Kim found her love for yoga in 2003, when she found a yoga studio where she felt the safest. She found a place to let go of a constant need for perfection, alleviate some of the symptoms of her chronic asthma and assisted her in overcoming both, trauma and the anxiety that comes with it.
Her love of yoga fueled a desire to share its benefits with others, leading Kim to obtain her 200-hour yoga teacher training certification in 2018. Kim also became a Health Coach through the Institute of integrative Nutrition additional leadership certification in Y12SR: The Yoga of 12-Step Recovery and Trauma Informed Yoga training through mind-body solutions.
Her teaching style is gentle and all about connection, allowing students to find connection to themselves while being present. You will have fun, while letting go of what no longer serves you.