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I specialize in yoga for eating disorder recovery and helping you make yoga accessible for YOUR body, especially if it doesn’t fit the “traditional” yogi stereotype. ALL bodies, genders, races, ages, and abilities welcome.
Karlee covers a little bit of everything in this interview on resiliency and boundaries, her definition of yoga in everyday life, and the non diet approach.
Whether exercise was part of your eating disorder or not, there is often a pull to add movement into your care routine. Explore the best course of action for your recovery here!
#selfcare is a buzzword right now, but what exactly does it mean? Is it just the big, glamorous gestures, or can it exist in our daily routines? Tangible examples, questions to ask yourself, and an action step in this video!
While one of the most common poses in yoga, downward facing dog isn’t necessarily the easiest! This video explores tips to feel your coziest in this shape, as well as modifications and props.
Our bodies are meant to be fluid and flexible, not stagnant and non-changing. But changes in size or shape can be really hard and uncomfortable! Listen on for tips on embracing size diversity.
“Take it easy, but take it.” This week’s theme for our virtual yoga class, Moxie on the Mat, focuses on what it means to balance effort and ease. Dive in here to learn more about how it shows up off the mat.
Feeling confident, accepting, and maybe even loving of your own body can be wonderful, but is a feeling that is limited to just you and your experience. Being body positive is believing that all bodies are good bodies.
Viveka is a Sanskrit word meaning “discernment,” which can help us learn how to navigate what’s necessary - both on and off the yoga mat. Clarity, focus, attention, and love all come into play.
Honoring your hunger and saying BYE to the food police are just two of the ten important principles of being an intuitive eater.