Yogi, rock climber, model.
Passion: Rock climbing and yoga
Life Goal: "To remain healthy, happy and grateful throughout my lifetime! An
athletic goal of mine is to become the first female adaptive climber to climb El Cap in Yosemite"
Madisyn is an adaptive yogi, rock climber, model, student, teacher and friend. Born in a small town with big dreams she has persisted to accomplish anything she sets her mind to. A fearless adventurer, free spirit, and independent Aries, her goals include breaking down disability barriers around the world by showcasing the power of authenticity, the beauty of imperfections, and real life resiliency.
GET TO KNOW HER
Wake up between 7-8am, stretch on my yoga mat in my room, make breakfast and tea/coee depending on the day, take a meditative morning walk outside along the bay where I live or read outside in my hammock
I take a vitamin B complex, Zinc and calcium vitamin, and collagen pill everyday
The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz
“If you don’t like something, change it. If you can’t change it, change
your attitude.” - Maya Angelou
How do TRIIBE's products make you feel?
After my first couple days of taking my TRIIBE products I feel energized and renewed throughout my body. I feel more of a calmness to my mind and spirit, and I notice less drowsiness throughout my afternoons. I am excited to continue taking these products and notice how many benefits it provides throughout my whole body.
What inspires you?
Authentic individuals who passionately live their lives through purposeful service, embracing others unique differences, and enhancing humanity through kindness.
If you could change something about the actual world, what would it be?
The obstacles and in-accessibilities individuals with disabilities face throughout the world, whether that be proper accessible healthcare, medications, prosthetics, or any other form of support that is needed for their life.
Relationship with nature:
I feel most connected to my mind, body, and soul when I am surrounded by nature. I prefer walking barefoot in the grass and sand to help rebalance my roots and remind myself of the grounding power that nature oers us so graciously.
Mental approach to a hard situation during your practice:
Repeating my favorite mantras out loud and in my head; “I am strong, I am calm, I am capable” and “I am meant to shine, I am meant to radiate the light inside of me, my light liberates others”