Posted by on Mar 14, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments



“Our lives are like islands in the sea, or like trees in the forest, which co-mingle their roots in the darkness underground.”  ~William James


Summer fun is right around the corner.  Mark your calendars for our upcoming Yoga Festival at the Leonardo Center in Downtown SLC – the dates are May 23rd-24th from 9:30 am to 5:30 pm. Bring yourself, bring some family, bring some friends because this is the time to experience the beautiful art of yoga!

I am honored to be teaching at this great event with my good friend Rolf Lange.  We look forward to participating along with other inspirational yoga teachers and hope that you will join us for an energizing yoga class.  The schedule should be released May 1st, 2015 and we will send you an update around that time. Downtown Yoga Festival is a premiere yoga event for the community to experience a more healthy way of eating through raw, vegan, and Ayurvedic cooking classes, or simply enjoy a variety of our vegetarian food options.  Let your inner bliss shine while dancing and enjoying the live music of our talented musicians.  This festival will bring the community together in a celebration of life… Bonus: Receive a 10% discount on tickets using the code YOGAPATH on the website below:
Love and Peace; Kimberly
Kimberly has enjoyed a consistent Yoga practice for 30 years and has been teaching Vinyasa style classes for 11. She began her journey with Sivananda teacher Sunil Komar while living overseas. Kimberly returned home to Utah in 2004 and certified with D’ana Baptiste of Centered City Yoga and Yoga Alliance at a 500 hour level. In addition to Yoga, Kimberly certified as a Reiki Master under the guidance of Dr. Carol Wilson, author of Healing Power Beyond Medicine. She studied Transcendental Meditation with Marc Stephens, Director of the Utah TM Center and considers meditation an essential tool for staying centered. Drawing from these great traditions, Kimberly currently practices and teaches a Vinyasa style class aptly named Energy Flow. This type of yoga practice is energizing and body friendly. It helps practitioners connect with their inner strength while supporting their physical and emotional well-being.

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