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My name is Tara Lynn.

Living a self-reflective path, on a quest to share what it means to come home to yourself.

I believe the more people that find home in themselves, will lead us to the more beautiful world our hearts know is possible.



I graduated from university in 2015, and because of specific influences leading up to this moment, I was clear on what I wanted to do after I was done studying - travel the world. Completing my last course abroad in Spain, I never even came home to walk for graduation but took off to pursue my dream. From Europe to Africa to Asia, I traveled solo for nearly a year and this was when I had the first taste of what it meant to come home to myself, no matter where I was in the world.

During these travels, I lived at an a yoga ashram in Vietnam and studied Yoga for one month. This was a pivotal moment in my life, as this time gave me the gift of developing a personal practice. From this inspiration, I created Om the Go, and went to pursue my yoga teacher training in India in 2016. I studied in Rishikesh, but the teachings India gave me were beyond the confines of my course.

My “why” is now rooted in these experiences — to inspire others to come home to themselves. My personal pursuits, my entrepreneurial pursuits, my artistic pursuits, and every outlet of my life is rooted in this mission. Got home? Om the Go.



Did you know “entrepreneur” means “unemployed” in French?

I’m completely kidding, but sometimes that’s what it can feel like.

Find out more about my entrepreneurial pursuits here.



A contributing writer for Thrive Global, an online hub dedicated to the mission of thriving, not merely surviving - founded by Arianna Huffington. I was invited to be a writer for this initiative by Arianna herself, after we connected over our mutual passion pursuits.

Read more of my writing here.

People look for retreats for themselves, in the country, by the coast, or in the hills . . . There is nowhere that a person can find a more peaceful and trouble-free retreat than in his own mind. . . So constantly give yourself this retreat, and renew yourself.
— Marcus Aurelius

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