Kari has been a dedicated student of yoga and meditation since 2011 and has been teaching for nearly just as long. A self described teacher-at-heart, from the moment she stepped on her mat, she felt called to share these powerful practices with others.
In 2012, Kari earned a Masters Degree in Sociology from Florida State University, studying Yoga, Embodiment, and Social Psychology. After graduating, she received her 200 Hour Yoga Certification in 2013, and her 500 Hour Advanced Yoga Certification in 2017.
Kari draws from various styles of yoga, as well as complimentary practices like Reiki, Thai Yoga Massage, Breath Work, Sound Healing, and Guided Meditation in working with her clients. She views each individual as a fully embodied psycho-spiritual-social-emotional being. This holistic perspective, in combination with the wide net of healing technologies from which she draws, allows Kari to creatively weave together practices to most benefit clients on all levels.
Regardless of the style or modality that Kari is using, her goal is always the same — to guide students to recognize, experience, and activate the innate healing power of their own bodies and minds. It is her belief that while she may guide you to healing, it is you who does the work to transform yourself.
Saturday: 8:30-9:45pm Urban Yoga |Half Primary Series Aṣṭāṅga Vinyāsa