I believe people find Redefining Balance for a reason. Redefining Balance came into my life at a time of inner crisis. I had been living my life in accordance with the expectations of others, but where I really wanted to be was strapped to the side of a rock overlooking the sunset, or hands gliding through the water paddling to match the harmony of an approaching wave. It was the first time I had ever stepped out of my comfort zone, and it is at that point where we truly test ourselves, at our edge. Already having a meditation practice I could find peace in a silent room but can we find peace at the edge of our comfort zone? Redefining Balance builds the tools to find inner balance, when we are internally balanced nothing can shake us up. If we can find peace at the top of a rock face, riding a wave, balancing on a slackline, or upside-down we can certainly find it right side up. Adi Carter and Kadri Kurgan are the most genuine teachers I have experienced in all my travels, they are real. They care about spreading their teachings and are consistent with these teachings on and off the mat. In the form of silent revolution people like Adi and Kadri are changing the world. Redefining balance is more than just a community, it is universal and unconditional love for all beings and this planet.