"When you touch one thing with deep awareness, you touch everything."
- Lao Tzu
Katherine Eggers E-RYT 500 teaches Kripalu Yoga informed by modern Hakomi mindfulness techniques. A background in biology and exercise science makes Katherine's yoga style a unique blend of modern and traditional approaches. In each class she hopes you will learn something about yoga philosophy, something about how your body works, and most of all she hopes you will learn something about yourself.
Katherine aims to make each class accessible regardless of age or level of fitness. For Katherine, yoga has been a powerful tool for personal growth and empowerment and she hopes to share this with you.
To learn more about Kat's philosophy and approach visit the blog.
Gabe trained at the SOMA Institute for neuromuscular integration and is certified in Structural Integration, a unique form of bodywork. He hopes to assist those looking for support in changing old patterns of discomfort in their bodies. His passion for anatomy, service, and spiritual development help him to maintain a commitment to personal growth and learning how to facilitate the experience of others.
Sukha is Sanskrit for "lasting ease" or "good space." Soma is a Greek word meaning body, and is used in the field of somatics to refer to a person's felt-sense of Self. Unique to each and every body's experience, our Soma is the woven network of sensory information. Through Structural Integration and movement education, Gabe invites good space and lasting ease into body, heart and soul.
Our hope in offering our services is for you to embody the best version of yourself. The traditions of yoga, qigong, psychology, somatics and structural integration (SI) call it integration. When we are fully integrated human beings, each moment feels complete as it is. Nothing needs to be added or taken away and life flows naturally. Our life purpose (dharma) unfolds with inspiration and clarity. We discover a deep knowing of our place in the universe. Working with Gabe Eggers you'll get this multifaceted approach to integrate body with mind with spirit.