30 Videos On Demand
Practice one class a day or double up when you have extra time. Classes are always under 30 minutes.
Build Your Strength Each Week
Every week builds on the previous one so you can build your strength gradually and learn at the same time.
The Motivation You Need
Receive an email each day with extra recommendations to make your practice consistent.
We all need an extra boost right now
This 30-day practice progression is exactly what you need to develop (or re-commit to) your home movement practice.
Each day is different, but the themes all link back to a common goal.
Sustainable and smart movement to help you feel strong and resilient right now.
Each new week begins with a dynamic warm-up, and each day will bring in themes including resistance bands, yoga, strengthening, and restorative movement.
– Props –
All you need to participate is a block, a blanket, 1 long resistance band, and a medium weight dumbbell.
What our friends are saying about Mindful Strength…
“Kathryn is skilled at incorporating loading principles and strength-based movements into an asana practice. Her style of teaching makes strength training accessible to yoga teachers and students who are new to these concepts and movements. Her classes and workshops are an excellent resource for anyone who is looking to learn more about strength training within the scope of yoga.”
“Kathryn’s thirst for knowledge and genuine curiosity makes her open to invite and explore a variety of perspectives and approaches and then integrate into the experience. She is an exceptional educator and practitioner with a wide range of understanding and quality content to share. I value our stimulating and thought-provoking conversations and thoroughly enjoy listening to and being a guest on her podcast. I highly respect and recommend Kathryn’s work.”
“Kathryn’s Pain Science Webinar reaches far beyond imitating well-known pain educators. By applying the topic to her life and work, she makes the presentation her own. This offers the viewer fresh perspectives and opportunities to question beliefs about pain and pain care.”