Join us in a 3-hour
experience of movement and sound to heal
the body and relax the mind. Working in
the tradition of Kundalini Yoga,
we will use dynamic movement linked with
the rhythm of the breath, posture, and
meditation to connect with instincts and
intuition, release stress and energize.
The practice will conclude
with a half hour savasana, or
final relaxation, with live gong.
Because the tones and vibrations of the
gong do not follow a predictable
pattern, the mind cannot make sense of
it and will move into a state of relaxed
awareness. In this way, the gong is an
instrument for creating a spontaneous
meditative state so that the listener
can let go of doing – and feel the joy
of simply being.
CANCELLATION POLICY: All refunds will be charged
a 10% cancellation fee. If you drop
out of the workshop after the start
date, there will be no refund.
RYT, began studying yoga in 1998 and
teaching in 2002. She has completed
through Sivandanda, Nosara, and the
Kundalini Research Institute. Kim has
also trained with numerous nationally
recognized yoga teachers in the
traditions of Ashtanga, Iyengar,
Kripalu, Kundalini, Restorative, and
Vinyasa. She has taught and worked at
the Omega Institute and Kripalu Center
for Yoga and Health. She currently
resides in Gainesville, Florida, where
she teaches regular classes at
Sanctuary Yoga and through Santa Fe
College's Community Education program.
Kim holds a doctoral degree in health
and human performance with a
specialization in health behavior and
serves as a health promotion
specialist for the University of
Florida's Human Resource Services.
Kim brings the intention of providing
an experience that allows students to
go within and use the physical body as
a portal into the spiritual and subtle
realms. To learn more, visit kimholtonyoga.com.