Integrative Inquiry offers a variety of yoga styles tailored to meet your specific needs
Bihar Yoga Instructor, 200 h certified, Ananda Yoga, Nepal
Interdisciplinary Hatha Yoga Instructor, 200 h
Yoga Alliance certified, Well Heart Yoga, ME
Children’s Yoga Instructor, 95 h
Yoga alliance certified, Well Heart Yoga, ME
Kripalu School of Ayurveda, 200 h certified, Kripalu, MA
"Each class is a quiet time to check-in mindfully with my body with the guidance of Kate's yoga wisdom and gentle adjustments. Form and function at its best!"
"Kate somehow read our minds; the class was just what we needed after a long day of hiking. Wonderful class totally tailored to our needs."
Kate has been a practitioner of yoga for more than 15 years, spanning several different schools and studies. From Bihar training in Nepal to Ayurveda at Kripalu, her philosophy and approach to yoga centers around understanding and honoring the origins and traditions of yoga.
She is known for her compassionate, non-judgmental teaching style and perpetual curiosity, applying ancient wisdom to the modern world in a useful and understandable way.
Classes are exploratory in nature, helping you discover more about your body and about the poses themselves in ways that are engaging and safe.
“Yoga has given me so much; it has brought me to a more mindful and healthy version of myself. My goal is to help others thrive through nurturing their body, mind and soul with yoga, coming out refreshed, inspired, and balanced after each class.”
WHAT IS BIHAR YOGA?
Bihar Yoga was founded by Sri Swami Satyananda Saraswati in 1964, one the first modern schools of yoga. It remains one of the largest in India and Nepal, though less common in the West. It is a synthesis of many different styles of yoga including Hatha, Raja, Karma, Jnana, and Kriya Yoga.
Bihar, or Satyananda Yoga combines the yogic teachings of ancient India with modern physical and mental health sciences.