The Dharmic Path "Surrender to your dharma or you will live your life on a perpetual karmic merry go round" Paige Elizabeth
Paige has already lived a few lifetimes in one. She began her journey in mastery and healing when recovering from an eating disorder at the age of 14. It was then that she began her research into the energetic realm. In 1998, at the age of 16, she began her love affair with Ashtanga yoga. This has served as a daily ritual where she has thread the two worlds together ever since. Paige struggled from a very early age with depression and therefore made it her mission to change her own body chemistry and thus changing her own reality. In 2000 she graduated from massage therapy school and then went on to get her degree in Business Management from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2005. After years of working in the Las Vegas nightlife service industry she left to start her own enterprise, Vertical Art and Fitness magazine. The publication was later turned into an online forum after gaining a name for itself in the pole dance industry.

Paige began working with her mentor, Cheryl Cornelius MFT LADC PC in 2003. Under her guidance, Paige has learned to find and break many of the emotional and psychological patterns that plague humanity. Paige's studies have led her to understanding the very nature of how we are chemically wired and how to dis-integrate old habits while integrating new ones.

 

 

"My work was never intended to become a business venture. I developed this awareness for myself so I could heal and close the gaps in my own reality. Ironically though, once I hit the tipping point on my own path, the natural progression was to be of service to others. It came with an inherent desire to see that those around me could achieve their own goals as well."

 

Paige has dedicated her life to understanding the patterns that we live our lives by and how to break them (psychologically, emotionally and physically) so that we are free to live and create what we truly desire. She teaches and mentors from a place of pure experience and and everything she shares has already been exercised and integrated firsthand.

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The Dharmic Path "Surrender to your dharma or you will live your life on a perpetual karmic merry go round" Paige Elizabeth Paige has already lived a few lifetimes in one. She began her journey in mastery and healing when recovering from an eating disorder at the age of 14. It was then that she began her research into the energetic realm. In 1998, at the age of 16, she began her love affair with Ashtanga yoga. This has served as a daily ritual where she has thread the two worlds together ever since. Paige struggled from a very early age with depression and therefore made it her mission to change her own body chemistry and thus changing her own reality. In 2000 she graduated from massage therapy school and then went on to get her degree in Business Management from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2005. After years of working in the Las Vegas nightlife service industry she left to start her own enterprise, Vertical Art and Fitness magazine. The publication was later turned into an online forum after gaining a name for itself in the pole dance industry.
The Dharmic Path "Surrender to your dharma or you will live your life on a perpetual karmic merry go round" Paige Elizabeth Paige has already lived a few lifetimes in one. She began her journey in mastery and healing when recovering from an eating disorder at the age of 14. It was then that she began her research into the energetic realm. In 1998, at the age of 16, she began her love affair with Ashtanga yoga. This has served as a daily ritual where she has thread the two worlds together ever since. Paige struggled from a very early age with depression and therefore made it her mission to change her own body chemistry and thus changing her own reality. In 2000 she graduated from massage therapy school and then went on to get her degree in Business Management from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2005. After years of working in the Las Vegas nightlife service industry she left to start her own enterprise, Vertical Art and Fitness magazine. The publication was later turned into an online forum after gaining a name for itself in the pole dance industry.