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Kim Quinn

Kimberly Quinn, a busy mother of four and practicing attorney, knows what it's like to live in a hectic world. After finding yoga and honing her practice she realized the potential benefit of helping others through her own style and teaching.

She completed her Yoga Certification, a 200 hour Yoga teacher training course, culminating in January 2012. Always looking to grow, she has attended a number of yoga workshops including Foundations in Action in Miami, Florida with Baron Baptiste, Gravity and Grace with Peter Sterious and an immersion workshop with Sid McNairy and Pradeep.

Kimberly's philosophy centers on healing and strengthening the body, while reconciling the pressures and pace of everyday life with a meditative and spiritually uplifting practice.

Kim Quinn instructs the following:
  • Basics Yoga
  • For the beginner or the student who has been away from their practice for awhile, this basic yoga class focuses on awareness of breath and the connection with movement. It also awakens the relationship between mind and body as you learn the alignment principals and postural patterns of beginner yoga. Strength and muscle endurance isn't necessary but will be gained with regular attendance.

  • Winter Solstice Yoga
  • Friday December 21   7 pm to 9 pm
    The winter solstice marks the beginning of the sun’s journey northward as well as the shortest day of the year. In the age-old battle between light and dark, the light has triumphed, and the days begin to get longer. To the ancients, the gradual return of the light was a time of celebration and affirmation, bringing the promise of spring and new life. The winter solstice is interpreted by many to be a time for positive physical and spiritual transformation.

    Join Kim, Judith and Sandy to enjoy a Winter Solstice 2 hr practice as you take the time to pause and create a quiet space to welcome the sun back into your life. We will start with an opening ceremony, sun salutations and ending with restorative poses with Reiki.

    You’ll need to bring: your yoga mat, a journal and pen, and 4 small objects that represent grounding or the mother earth to you. Examples are: stones, houseplants, hiking shoes, material objects in earth tones, or crystals such as hematite, bloodstone, agate, or onyx. Cost:$20

  • New Year's Day Yoga
  • Start the New Year off right with this all level vinyasa flow class.