September 9, 2012
As a severely anorexic 18 year old Cat Kabira found yoga, and through yoga, the ability to live with delight and joy. "What I loved was how yoga and meditation became tools for me in listening to myself... how to safely feel again... work through all the numbness I'd built up through the years.' Sadly, this numbness is something that many of us live with, its presence sometimes dominating our lives. What Cat found in yoga and meditation was a sense of stillness, an ability to be able to listen compassionately to her body, her mind, and her spirit. With this growing sense of self, Cat found she was able to slowly begin her journey to wellness, a wellness she could not truly remember having ever experienced before. It is this cultivation of the full self that Cat brings to her yoga classes. Cat teaches her personal interpretation of Forrest Yoga [created by Ana Forrest – see Forrestyoga.com] combining the work she did with Forrest herself along with the work that Cat has done with shamans and healers around the world. What is unique about Cat is that she never begins a class without reading the energy in the room, divining what is needed for that group of people on that day. No class is the same, but the contract between Cat and her students always is: be real, be you, be here, be now, connect with your core, stay in your power, and do not stray.
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