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Meet the Team - Kim



How long have you been teaching yoga?

Five years

How long have you been with ADM?

Since day 1!

How did you get into yoga/what is your yoga background?

From a young age, I knew that movement was my 'calling'. I started out as a dancer and spent my secondary school years at de!Kunsthumaniora Contemporary Dance. Dancing has always been my escape, my way of connecting with something deeper than myself. The way my body responded (still does) to music was like nothing else. There's something magical about the way dance/movement allows us to express ourselves without words. However, professional dancing came with quite a lot of injuries as well, and that's how I came to practicing yoga. For me, mindful movement is a form of meditation. It clears my mind and connects me to my innermost self. I may have started out as a physical practice, but it's become so much more than that to me. It's a way of life, a way of seeing the world and expressing myself within it. But above all, it's the community, sharing the energy with like-minded people, and the deep and authentic connections I've built with it. I believe that yoga has the power to transform lives. It certainly has transformed mine.

2018 Antwerp Yoga - Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training

2019 Inspirational Yoga - Pregnancy Yoga Teacher Training

2020 Swara Yoga School - Yin Yoga Teacher Training

Currently following Awakening Yoga Academy's Advanced Yoga Studies

Styles of Practice that you teach:

Creative Vinyasa, Yin, Pregnancy Yoga

When you aren't teaching, you are...

Working at Antwerp Convention Bureau - Working for Shangrila Home vzw - an orphanage in Nepal, Renovating my house, Organizing Yoga Retreats, Scuba diving in tropical waters - Kayaking in less tropical waters.

Favorite beverage:

A classic Margarita with a salt rim.

Favorite yoga pose:

One of my favorite yoga poses is Urdhva Dhanurasana, or bridge pose. This pose encourages mindfulness and deep bodily awareness, and it just feels amazing moving into deep heart-openers like that.

Pose you are working on:

Handstand and other upside-down poses that require moving out of my comfort zone.

Favorite Mantra or Quote you would love to share:

“This too shall pass”

Yoga/Wellness Book Recommendation:

Why has nobody told me this before? - Julie Smith

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