Get ready to flow.

Welcome.

My name is Kim and I help people live healthier, feel better, and age gracefully. I offer accessible practices for reducing stress and building physical, emotional, and spiritual resiliency.

In my teaching, I blend evidence-based research on the science of happiness with the ancient practices of Tantra Yoga allowing students to create their personalized and progressively challenging path for sustained growth, joy, and well-being.

Through Flow In Yoga my students learn to:

  • Breathe in ways that fuel the body and calm the mind.
  • Awaken to the beauty of each moment through mindfulness skills.
  • Move the body with ease and joy both on and off the mat.
  • Balance through life’s changes and challenges.
  • Unite with body, mind, spirit, and community.

No matter your experience or fitness level, I promise to meet you where you are now and move at a pace that ensures you receive the many benefits of yoga — strength, mobility, stress-reduction, and more.

“The flow experience, like everything else, is not “good” in an absolute sense. It is good only in that it has the potential to make life more rich, intense, and meaningful; it is good because it increases the strength and complexity of the self.”

― Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, Flow: The Psychology of Happiness

Teaching Schedule

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, I am currently teaching live online classes via Zoom. Check my group class schedule at BAMBU YOGA.

For personalized private or small group lessons, please drop me a note to schedule a consultation.


About

Kim Winnick is a registered RYT500, E-RYT200 and YACEP with Yoga Alliance. Her advanced studies include Core Strength Vinyasa, Wall Vinyasa, Functional Movement, Anatomy, Yoga Nidra, and Sri Vidya spiritual practices.

Kim also holds certificates in Positive Psychology and Positive Coaching from the Wholebeing Institute at Kripalu. Her education in the field of happiness helped her draw key connections between Eastern practices and Western science; a discovery that greatly informs and shapes her teaching style today.

A practitioner since the early 90s and a teacher since 2011, Kim incorporates playful sequencing, creative use of props, functional movement, and mindful and visualization practices to help students connect and listen to their bodies as a source of spiritual wisdom.

Preferred pronouns: she/her

Blog

Occasionally I offer musings on yoga, flow, and recent epiphanies here on my blog.

Where I’m From

I am from a two-foot stack of vinyl 45s, From Pall Mall and Salem cigarettes. I am from one transient space after another; small, music-filled, and oozing with possibility. I am from dandelion seeds, scattered by dreams whispered from lips on a summer’s day. I’m from Elvis Presley singalongs during Saturday house cleanings and proud …

Who am I?

I am not my hair I am not this skin I am the soul that lives within ~ India.Arie This morning I caught a TEDxTalk “The art of being yourself,” and winced as Caroline McHugh said: “You’re not your thoughts, because you think them, you can’t be your feelings because otherwise who is the ‘you’ …

Family Karma

(Written June 17, 2018) In today’s class, I talked about using yoga to help release ourselves from the emotional cords that exist in family karmas. Since it was Father’s Day I was prompted by the words I wrote shortly after my dad passed away. What many didn’t know is that until about two weeks before …