A Yogi Profile
This tiny flick features the lovely Yogi Nicole Hamic. In this yogi profile Nicole explains how she found healing, compassion and community on her personal yogic journey. Her funfilled Hatha Flow focuses on safety, structure and alignment. The self described ‘anatomy nerd’ encourages her students to honor, open and strengthen the body to inspire personal growth and transformation. Nicole teaches at the beautiful, welcoming and warm Yoyoyogi Studio in NW Portland, OR.
“My yoga community is a really beautiful thing, but it’s not an exclusive thing. Being able to come into a room and practice with this group of people that’s all there to support you is a such an amazing and beautiful thing. That’s why we practice in a room together—to build those relationships and to understand that that person’s struggles are your struggles, that person’s successes are also your successes, and to me, that’s what being part of a yoga community is about.
~ Nicole Hamic
Tiny Flick Productions is a multi media company founded by Carrie Stiles in Portland Oregon. Carrie is a peace scholar and yogi from Portland, Oregon. She has traveled, studied, and worked in over 30 countries on five continents. Carrie aspires to raise awareness about how small actions lead to large-scale social transformation. She earned her M.A. in Conflict Resolution from Portland State University. Visit her site here.
Editor: Brianna Bemel
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