Kim Jordan, MA
Kim Jordan has been practicing yoga since 1998 and received her Yoga Alliance 200-hour certification with Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy and Therapeutic Yoga in 2017. Kim specializes in therapeutic, trauma-sensitive yoga for all skill-levels, bodies, and abilities. She believes that yoga is a practice of embodied mindfulness, self-inquiry, and self-care. Her classes include vinyasa flow, slow-flow, restorative/de-stress, and incorporate connecting the wisdom of the body, mind, breath, and spirit with healing, fun, and living truthfully in the world. She sees yoga on the mat as a grounding practice for her social justice advocacy off the mat, and teaches yoga to incarcerated women as well as in studio settings. She has trained with Anneke Lucas and Liberation Prison Yoga in trauma-informed teaching for incarcerated populations.
Kim loves backyard campfires, traveling adventures, playwriting, creating and performing original theatre, working to dismantle systemic oppression, and dancing on-and offstage.