Karen became a student of yoga in 1999, eventually receiving her 330-hour yoga teacher training certificate from Triad Yoga Institute in 2004 and her 500-hour certificate from Triad Yoga’s Vidya program in 2008. In January of 2017 she began her 1000-hour certification program to become a certified yoga therapist with East Coast Yoga Therapy.
Karen’s challenges with her back (scoliosis) have taught her how important good alignment is and how yoga can strengthen the body while reducing pain. She is inspired by music and ancient traditions so her flow classes often have playlists geared to the sequence, sprinkled in with the occasional myth, and all classes are interwoven with pranayama, asana, and short meditations to hopefully bring us into balance and add a little peace into our lives.
Karen is registered with Yoga Alliance at the 500-hour level (RYT500).
If you don’t already follow Karen on Facebook, look her up! She is currently posting a series of meditations that began January 1st and will continue through January 21st. You can also find Karen on Friday leading this week’s Quieting the Mind class (6:00-7:30 pm) which will be a New Year’s Walking the Labyrinth Meditation, open for all levels. In this class, you will set your intentions for 2018 in a meditative walk of the labyrinth to release what is no longer serving you, encouraging restoration, rejuvenation and transformation.
Questions for Karen? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org