Love is a true thing. It is made up of a substance called understanding. –Thich Nhat Hanh
Kara grew up travelling and living around the tropical Pacific, learning to deeply understand, respect, explore, utilize, love and embody the ocean and the life it supports. Having been exposed to many unique people and places from a young age, she frequently explored and discovered universal concepts and practices that run deep through all people and things, such as sustenance and Love. She began a more traditional yoga practice at the age of 15. Yoga has now been one of Kara’s true loves for over a decade and will always be a foundational path for her life.
She has taught yoga throughout Hawaii and internationally, including Indonesia and Pohnpei, Micronesia. She started a yoga in the workplace program at the NOAA office in Honolulu. Beginning as their pro-bono Yoga teacher, she is now on the Hawaii Advisory Board for the Joyful Heart Foundation, a non-profit organization with the mission to heal, educate and empower survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence and child abuse, and to shed light into the darkness that surrounds these issues. She also offers privates and teaches regular classes for Power Yoga Hawaii.
Kara’s classes are inspired by the ocean and utilize blends of vigorous prana flows, power yoga, traditional hatha practices and pranayama. Kara strives to employ a yogic approach to everything she does, whether it be surfing, diving, skating, back-flipping, or falling on her face. She truly believes in the opportunity for personal growth and expansion of consciousness in every experience of life. Her goal as a teacher is to create a space for truth, openness, adventure, knowledge, acceptance, challenge, fun and new experiences, to keep it real, and to spread the Love.
200hr Kripalu Yoga Teacher Training
with Prem Shakti and Suddah Carolyn
300hr Prana Flow, Energetic Vinyasa,
TranceDance and Fluid Power
Teacher Trainings with Shiva Rea
Serve, Love, Give, Meditate, Purify, and Realize; Be good, do good, be kind, be compassionate; Enquire “who am I,” know the Self and be free. –Swami Sivananda