Kim received her training from 200 hour to 1000 hour Yoga Therapy training at the International SomaYoga Institute in Duluth, MN. She has been on a path to help facilitate greater wellbeing through the various modalities of working with the mind, body, emotions, being, relationships, and the environment. Her passion for understanding how these practices work led her to study them through her PhD in Human Science. Her aim is to increase our ability to be compassionately present with integrity as we become aware of new truths with the expansion of our perceptions and skills.
Kim is committed to bringing what she has learned through science and experience into classes and individual sessions at Capital Fitness. Depending on the class and session, she will weave in the approaches from somatics education, yoga, meditation, and the lens of humanistic and transpersonal psychology and various learning theories. She aims to reduce mind-body related stress, expand perception of the mind and body, and bring in approaches that can help establish an increased sense of wellbeing throughout the week.