I have a passion for working with people of all ages to develop mind, body and spirit wellness. While working full-time, writing my dissertation, and raising my daughters as a single parent, I learned the vital importance of self-care – you can’t be there for others unless you take time to make sure you are okay. In this retreat, I’ll be offering restorative yoga and guided meditation. I began my yoga and meditation journey at age 11, after which time I practiced many different styles, on and off over the years. In 2017, I completed my 200-hour yoga teacher training. I have since completed additional training in inclusivity, body positivity, gentle dynamic yoga, and functional yoga. I’ve had the pleasure of teaching people of all ages, from toddlers to seniors, family yoga to gentle yoga to intermediate vinyasa flow. I also hold a PhD in Developmental Psychology from Fordham University, focusing on how bio-psycho-social-spiritual factors influence healthy human development throughout the lifespan and across cultures.
I am a registered yoga teacher (RYT200), Certified Life Coach, and have studied herbalism, shamanism (Celtic and Peruvian), Past Life Regression, Pranashakti Healing, medical intuition, and more. I have been offering wellness workshops, in a variety of settings, on various mind-body-spirit topics since 2003. I am the author of “Growing Toward Balance: Achievable Ideas for Bringing Harmony to Your Mind, Body, and Spirit” and “It’s Your Time Now: What Will You Do With It?”
For now, I am offering my classes and energy healing online via Zoom.
With Love, Light, and Gratitude,
Mary Hoyt Kearns, PhD