Kimberly Searl holds one of the first Masters of Science in Yoga Therapy and internships at John Hopkins Hospital in oncology and acute care. Kim has been featured multiple times in an international fitness magazine (IDEA) and Natural Awakenings. She has also presented on her Youth with Autism research at SYR. SYR is the West’s foremost academic yoga research conference and showcases some of the best new research. She is an inspirational teacher, celebrated for her authenticity, generous spirit and her joyous personality that helps you learn to love and appreciate your body. She works with teachers, business professionals, dancers, and retirees. She is an integrative sustainable movement (ISM) advocate who is an empowerment speaker, yoga expert, author and healthy lifestyle leader. She teaches you how to integrate yoga as a way of life. She incorporates Yoga, Ayurveda, Classical Pilates and Fitness Coaching in a creative and life-transforming way through on-line courses, workshops, retreats, training and one-on-one sessions whether in person or digitally. She uses art, somatic practices, pranayama, chanting, mindfulness and meditation to infuse her approach to living as an ISM educator that embodies flow. Her time teaching marks the end of a decade that she has been teaching. Her favorite thing about teaching is the ability to introduce her clients to their body in a healthy way and watch them fall in love with their self-care.
B.A. in Applied Science 1996 M.S. in Applied Science 2017 200 RYT Yogafit (specializing in cancer, back pain, joint issues, ptsd) Comprehensive Piates Instructor Peak Pilates Thai Massage White Lotus Foundation wilPower & Grace instructor Intuitive Eating and Fitness Coach WITS Personal Trainer
Kim has created two events “Movement for a Cause” to benefit Homelessness and, “Yoga Nidra Night-yogic sleep and bliss for the brain” to support the fight against Human Trafficking and co-created Namaste Day in support of scholarship funds for Monroe County Community College, as well as the Superhero Hero’s 5k race with Monroe Rotary Club to benefit the community outreach programs Her grass roots efforts thus far have raised well over 50k. Kim and her team have volunteered over 470 hours of free yoga classes to a children’s correction facility Monroe County Youth Center. She has been recognized by Rick Snyder, the Governor of Michigan for her hard work and commitment which she has displayed in her service for the homeless of Monroe, MI by awarding her the Heroes for the Homeless Award.
You can find me on: firstname.lastname@example.org 734-457-9003 facebook, linkedin and twitter. Kim is centered, courageous, adventurous and full of joy for Integrative Sustainable Movement (ISM) to grow. Three years ago Kim felt that it was time to inspire others on a global level to broaden the reach of ISM. At first, she ignored this calling and now she embraces it with open arms. It all started with one of Kim’s war council friends (You know those close friends you don’t need a mirror with because they provide it for you.) who opened up her little black book of travel friends. Kim has been to Ometepe Island in Nicaragua where she taught yoga to veterinarians, there on a service trip to provide veterinary care in rural Nicaragua. Not only did Kim teach yoga, she learned about the culture, volunteered to help care for the large animals, and learned how collecting local non-organic waste was used to build schools. She was welcomed by a small community of 3k on Mitkof Island in Alaska where she taught on yoga and the art of emotions. Kim taught yoga throughout her stay there she also participated in several radio shows as well. During her stay in beautiful Petersburg, Alaska she learned about the profound stillness and the need to stay present, to question what you see and think to gain more clarity. Her next adventure is the El Camino Northern Way.