Hi, I'm Kara.


I'll show you how to nourish your nervous system with trauma-informed yoga.


Yoga that is gentle, loving, and kind.



My Mission?

Share how yoga goes beyond the physical poses to be fully transformational for the body and brain. 

My teachings integrate therapeutic yoga with neuroscience and psychology.

Practices for empowerment, connection, and compassion.

Alaskan Wellness Retreats with Nourish in Nature

Exclusive wellness retreats at Salted Roots cabins in Seward, Alaska. This unique location provides a fusion of Alaskan wilderness with exquisite comfort in the heart of the Kenai Peninsula.

Gentle yoga, fresh seasonal meals, and the beauty of nature make for a nourishing weekend of rest and rejuvenation.


2024 Dates coming soon!

Learn more here!
Thrive with an Online Community

THRIVE includes live-streamed classes, educational workshops, on demand library, and an interactive community. 

The membership is designed for students who are looking to create a life they love through mindful movement, connection, and education. (aka: YOU!)


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Foundations of Trauma-Informed Yoga Workshop

Have you been wanting to learn more about trauma-informed yoga and experience it for yourself? Join us for this introductory dive into what trauma is, how it impacts the body, how it may show up in a yoga practice, and ways to integrate a trauma-informed approach.

December 2nd - 3rd

Located at Open Space in Anchorage, AK 

Learn more here!



Free Self-Compassion Meditation







Yoga that accepts you as you are. 



Nice to meet you, I'm Kara!

I'm an experienced trauma-informed yoga teacher based in Seward, Alaska. 

I love to hold inclusive and accessible space that honors the unique lived experiences of each person. 

My experience of yoga isn't just about poses. 

It is the mindful, somatic movement of daily life, the experience of breath, connection to nature, and coming home to yourself. 

More about me


A yoga practice your body will love.


What students are saying:

Marjorie - Retired Nurse Seward, AK


"I’ve practiced with Kara for the last four years.
She’s an amazing teacher. Slow and gentle when I need, but also encouraging and pushes me when she knows I can do more.

I had never heard of yoga nidra before. She led me through and opened my eyes to a wonderful practice. Her zoom classes have made it possible to continuing practice through distance and corona virus.

She’s a gentle spirit and is truly living the life she believes in. Following her passion. Her workshops are informative and inspirational. I’m so thankful she came into my life."

Sarah - Physician

Anchorage, AK


"Kara's classes are a treat for mind and body!

Kara takes a uniquely Alaskan approach to the practice of yoga, incorporating the challenges and opportunities of living in the 49th state into the design of her postures and meditations.  She invites you to dive deeper into a better understanding of the changing seasons within and all around us.

As a physician, I see the toll that emotional stress and trauma takes on the body and the immune system.  Kara works with her students to recognize, integrate and heal the mind-body connection that is so important for overall health and well-being.

I recommend her online studio and in person classes and retreats to anyone looking to heal, rejuvenate and restore."

David - HVAC Mechanic Anchorage, AK


"Kara's yoga classes are fantastic and I recommend them to my friends and family. Kara was born to be a yoga instructor, her teaching seems to flow from the root of her personality. She is particularly good at showing how yoga and meditation are tools to help process past trauma.

Her openness about her own experiences with trauma, mental health, and depression helped me to better understand and process my own personal experiences.

As far as I can tell, it's not about the yoga. It's about using yoga to untangle those things we all struggle with as human beings.