Kimberly has been teaching for 17 years, and practicing for over 20. She completed a Yoga Alliance teacher training program at Atmananda Yoga in New York City in 2002. Having worked in graphic design for many years alongside teaching yoga, Kimberly knows all too well the stressful situations a desk-bound lifestyle can present – and the rejuvenating benefits that yoga can provide. In 2005, Kimberly moved to London, UK, to pursue a MA in Industrial Design at Central Saint Martins, where she also had the opportunity to train with renowned teachers Duncan Wong, Elena Voyce, Claire Missingham, Cameron Shayne and James D'Silva. Building upon her Vinyasa Flow teaching style, she completed teacher trainings in Budokon, a system which fuses yoga with martial arts, and Garuda Method, which blends Pilates and yoga. These contemporary, multi-faceted practices have expanded her teaching methods and approach to movement. In her classes she aims to challenge her students, while still keeping the practice approachable, down-to-earth, and fun.
Kimberly has experience teaching group classes, beginners courses, in-depth workshops, and has recently assisted on two teacher trainings. She also served as a brand ambassador for Sweaty Betty from 2011 to 2013 and taught weekly complimentary classes to the local community in their Islington, London boutique.
Kimberly relocated to San Francisco, CA in January 2013. She continues to teach yoga part-time while working as a full-time art director for Athleta/Gap Inc.