As a yoga instructor in San Diego, Kari leads classes in yoga asana, pranayama, meditation, and philosophy. These classes merge the essence of breath, movement, and mantra. Here the approach to asana is through compassion and seeks to relax and restore the sense of divine wisdom to our bodies--enabling others to think and act creatively from an authentic sense of self through the practice of Yoga.
I've been an instructor in San Diego since 2011 and have enjoyed teaching the depth and soul of yoga through the lens of personal practice. It is my intent to help others in expanding their mental and physical well-being including stress reduction and increasing mental acuity. I design and deliver classes and workshops in a manner that actively strives to meet students where they are at, whether in a group or private setting.
I hold an M.A. in Yoga Studies from Loyola Marymount University and am registered with Yoga Aliiance at the E-RYT 500, and YACEP levels. Currently I am pursing an M.S. in Exercise from A.P.U.
Pilgrimage of the Heart Yoga
Normal Heights | East Room
Four Sundays in January: 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th, 2020
1pm - 3pm
Join us this January as we journey towards one perfect balance of body, heart, and mind. Uncover the clarity of personal intention based on the heart focus of your true nature. In this month long journey to our heart's center we will consider what is flowing right with us and what we can bring into greater balance.
YIN YOGA TEACHER TRAINING
PILGRIMAGE OF THE HEART YOGA
February 29th & March 1st
Become certified to teach Yin Yoga or deepen your practice. Yin is a practice of deep awareness and the art of release. Explore this important practice through this weekend intensive.
WEEKLY STUDIO CLASSES
Deep Yoga & Meditation | Eye of Buddha
Sundays @ 10am
Chair Yoga | The Orchard
Mondays and Wednesdays 9am
PRIVATE YOGA INSTRUCTION
If you are interested in building a personal practice or in working on a specific issue through yoga, contact me to arrange private individual or group classes.
"Anybody can breathe. Therefore anybody can practice yoga."