Yoga Teacher

Kimberly first walked into a yoga studio in 2007 at the advisement of a physical therapist.  She was recovering from a shoulder injury.  In that first class Kimberly received more than she ever expected.  It was the first time since competitive swimming as a child she was able to tune into her breath, and she was immediately hooked.  With consistent practice and medical treatment she recovered from her injury and has been practicing yoga ever since.  In the subsequent years, yoga has been a constant, a gift, which she has watched spread into every area of her life.  Her practice has since helped her to face adversities with grace, courage and resiliency.  Today, she feels incredibly grateful to share the practice of yoga as a teacher.

Kimberly’s teaching approach involves creating a learning environment that is safe, non-competitive, fun and loving.  In just one class, students sweat, meditate and laugh out loud as they learn to tune into their inner-self.  Kimberly is known for her creative sequences, concise alignment cues, hands-on assists, authentic storytelling, and Divine Sleep Yoga Nidra.  Every class is challenging yet accessible to both beginners and experienced practitioners, and those working with injuries.  She works with students at every level to offer them the space for personal discovery, both on and off the mat.

Kimberly feels incredibly grateful to have studied with a variety of talented yoga teachers in the Boston area since 2007.  In 2017, Kimberly completed her 200-hour training at Kripalu Yoga & Health Center with Yoganand Michael Carroll and Cristie Newhart.  Shortly after, she completed her Divine Sleep Yoga Nidra Teacher® training with Jennifer Reis.  Kimberly is also First-Aid, CPR & AED certified.

Kimberly is a Registered Yoga Teacher, RYT® 200 with Yoga Alliance, a certified Kripalu Yoga Teacher, Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health, RYS® 200 and a Divine Sleep Yoga Nidra Teacher®.