Yoga for all
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Connect to your deepest center, make sustainable progress and tap into your own inner strength.
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Discover variations and modifications that work for your unique body and connect you to the heart of yoga.
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I discovered yoga nearly 20 years ago when my grandmother handed me Robert Hittleman’s 28-Day Yoga Program. But my practice began in earnest in 2010, when I bought a 60-day pass to a local yoga studio. That 60-day pass became a gateway to a regular practice that planted the seed for my desire to become a yoga teacher. I am a 600-hour certified yoga teacher whose mission is to make yoga accessible for all levels and dispel the myth that yoga is for the already flexible and strong. My classes will offer lots of options that empower you to build a sustainable yoga practice, so you connect to your own inner and outer strength.
Kymlee's Yoga Blog
A few years ago, I gave up on the traditional headstand because it aggravated a nerve in my neck and shoulder. Instead, I opted for tripod headstand, which one of my teachers said wasn’t optimal because there was no way to relieve the pressure my head and neck. But my tripod headstand game was strong[…]
It’s funny how the same themes surface over and over throughout a lifetime. For me, it’s always balancing strength with vulnerability. My tendency is to keep people at a distance until life hands me some shit storm and I have no other choice but to discover that, yes, I do have a support network. Earlier[…]
I’ve been practicing yoga for a long time, but it wasn’t until I started attending studio classes that I did Downward Dog for the first time. Then I quickly realized that Downward Dog was a foundational — but challenging — yoga posture. And it took years before I felt like Downward Dog could be a[…]
In westernized yoga, there are lots of athletic and fitness style yoga classes. One such style, is the vinyasa flow style class where you flow from pose to pose, connecting one breath to one movement. Vinyasa style classes are more fitness oriented because you don’t necessarily move at the pace of your breath; usually, you’ll[…]