Kate completed her 200 hr Hatha Flow certification at Burlington Yoga in May 2017. Kate was first introduced to yoga at in her elementary school after school program. She has since used yoga as a tool to calm her anxiety and find grounding in challenging times throughout her life.
In 2014, Kate experienced an injury that offered her a unique opportunity to revaluate her physical and personal lifestyles as well as her career path. She took a full year to focus on physical therapy, learning how her body works on a deeper level. With this new awareness of her physical body, the desire to live a more meaningful life and a series of life events Kate returned to yoga.
Kate originally started her 200 hr certification to deepen her own practice, grounding her in a time of transition. As her practice deepened, she recognized incredible spiritual growth. She became increasingly aware of the positive influence yoga has on her life and her desire to share this with others. Learning about her physical body and the mind and the profound impact it has made on her ability to connect with herself, the people closest to her and the world around her has been incredibly humbling.
Kate earned a Bachelors degree in Sustainable Landscape Horticulture at UVM in 2013. She has recognized the power of knowing where your food comes from and connecting with nature. With her passion for community, personal wellness and sustainable horticulture, Kate hopes to encourage integration of yoga and farm to table practices into the lives of young people across the state.
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