About Hayley

Growing up in Philadelphia as an athlete with tremendous drive, Hayley’s life was marked by accomplishment; achieving elite status as a competitive triathlete and earning a law degree from Rutgers.

After moving to LA to practice law. Hayley found yoga seeking balance from the impact on her body from intense training in swimming, cycling and running.  Soon after, while rehabilitating from an injury, she was  also introduced to pilates for core strengthening and re-alignment for future injury prevention.

As a classically trained athlete she was amazed at how much stronger and better she felt.  The combination of practicing yoga and pilates together had such an incredible impact, by strengthening muscles that never had even had a chance to work before due to lack of flexibility or range of motion.  Her mind/perspective shifted from “push harder” to “continuous evolution” her experience and results was life changing.

Hayley realized that strength comes not only from how many miles a she could run, but also from the ability to trust in her self and recognize that her life had a grander purpose.  Yoga began to give her a connection to her unique inner self.  She found that while the physical side of the practice was extremely therapeutic and balancing, the spiritual side became life changing by increasing her awareness.  This inspired her to teach these ancient and esoteric scripts in a real and modern way to her students.

Hayley left her job as a lawyer to instead empower others to discover and take control of their true potential and freedom of movement that lives within them. Hayley now encourages her students to cultivate a beginner’s mind and curiosity as they pause, breathe, mediate and deeply listen to what life is revealing to them at each moment.

A lifelong student of holistic nutrition, Hayley also understands the role of food in ones life achieving peace and results toward a life of vitality. Initiated by a personal health scare, she recently extended her training and education in health coaching and preventative health.

With her unique specialization in the combination and complement of pilates, nutrition and yoga, Hayley offers a cocktail of lifestyle changes that produce real and lasting results.

Hayley is a columnist for Elephant Journal, Mindbodygreen, Isla Organic, Greenster.com and Cafe Truth.  She has also been featured in Pilates Style Magazine, Natural Health Magazine and Triathlete Magazine.  She currently lives in Boulder, CO with her husband, former world-ranked triathlete, Wes Hobson and their two beautiful daughters, Makenna and Madeline.

Hayley blogs every day so if you want to read more, go to http://www.hayleyhobsonblog.com


67 thoughts on “About Hayley

  1. Thank you Hayley for finding and following my blog. It’s an honor to have you reading it, especially realizing how you have developed such a disciplined nature through your own hard work! I used to be a very addicted runner myself but now I power walk with my little dog friends. By the way, I’ll look forward to reading your blog as well!

  2. Hi Hayley. Yoga and your health really work well together, I agree. And your work in combining nutrition completes the picture. My daughter lived in Philly for awhile after college and I work with yoga studios in Manayunk offering ayurveda cooking classes which is really fun. Keep up the good work in sharing your love of health and yoga. And thanks for following my yogalight blog. Happy T-Day to you and your family. Much health and happy-ness! Paula Mari

  3. Hi Hayley, Thanks so much for stopping by and signing on to follow my blog. I am very interested in foods, fitness, and health, and I am a ballroom dancer as you may have noted, so that’s how I get my exercise and stay fit. I will be most interested In what you write about. Carolyn

  4. Fabulous site! Thank you for following my blog,” Bee Fit with Tracy”. I am honored. As a long distance runner, I look forward to reading about other forms of exercise to incorporate in to my routine. Looking forward to reading your future posts.

  5. Thanks for supporting my blog Hayley! I love your new blog site, and your approach to health and wellness. I look forward to following you and learning from your expertise.

  6. Thanks for following my blog, Hayley! I just checked out your website and I will be reading many more of your posts. This is exactly the kind of content that I want to read, as I’m a recreational endurance athlete with a degree in exercise science and nutrition, and of course interested in a holistic approach to health and wellness, so I can’t wait to read more from you!

  7. Thank you for following my blog!
    I really love the way you describe the benefits of yoga – it is truly a practice for body, mind and soul. I need to find some way of practicing without aggravating my fibromyalgia. Can you recommend a routine or a few poses that would be beneficial to people with this illness? It is a neurological condition – causing an intense burning and fatigue in the muscles, over-sensitivity to stimuli, and lack of deep sleep. It sounds to me like your life experiences and approach to yoga would be so beneficial to people with chronic pain, especially those of us that have ‘burnt out’.
    Love your blog
    Lucy x

  8. Thanks for looking at my blog Hayley – it’s great to make connections between like-minded people and share ideas across the world! You have evidently learned alot along your life’s path, and have much to give. I look forward to continuing our link. 🙂

  9. Thank you for reading my blog. I look forward to following yours. I have just begun Yoga classes and am looking forward to learning more.

  10. Thanks for stopping by Momsasaurus and for the follow. Looks like you’re a very talented and busy woman! I hope you enjoy my future posts. Feel free to leave feedback or comments!

  11. Hi!

    Thanks for following my blog! I just qualified as a lawyer oddly…

    I would love to post a link to your blog on my site if that’s okay? I think everyone should be doing yoga!




  12. Hello :D! I just wanted to say thank you for following my blog, the more people who follow it makes me want to be sure to finish my 90 days strong. I have a yoga mat, maybe I should try some yoga as well:)! It’s an honor to have a strong person like you following me:)! I’ll return the favor!

  13. Thanks for stopping by my blog! I appreciate your interest and although I am not quite as picky about my eating, it seems we have some similar interests. I did have to adapt my yoga practice due to a strain in my shoulder but I love pilates. I think i am going the opposite direction with the running though—getting into it, not out of it. Thanks again and I look forward to keeping up with you a bit!

  14. It’s those Philly roots! The River Drive Loop, Forbidden Drive, the Schuylkill Trail. Distance Run, Broad Street Run, the Philly Marathon.

  15. I believe you found my blog for a reason :-)…. I’ve been checking yoga sites for more then a month now and trying to find out where to and how to start. I would love to introduce it into my lifestyle and its something I want to do for a long time now so I’ll be following you for some good advice. THANK you for finding me and for following my blog.


  16. You are amazing! You have left the typical world and carved out your own path ,following what drives and heals you. You are an inspiration. I am eager to begin my education as a certified hollistic health coach, a profession that seems destined for me. Where did you recieve your certification from? Institute of Integrative Nutrition?
    On a side note, i am planning a move to Boulder, thinking July 1st. Completely on a whim, and lots of planning still needs to be done, but really super ecstatic…can not wait!

  17. Hi Haley,
    Thanks for stopping by and reading my blog. I see we have a few interests in common. I will check out your website, as I’ve learned that pilates can really help swimmers. I haven’t tried it yet, but plan to.

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