Kathleen Pratt, Trauma-Sensitive Certified Yoga Instructor, MSW, Registered Social Worker

    Has your life been derailed by stress, pain or loss? 

    Have you tried to ‘calm down’ or ‘get energized’ in various ways, without lasting relief? 

    Do you desire more peace, compassion and connection? 


    ♦ Explore effective mind-body approaches to relieve physical and emotional pain, fatigue, and anxiety.
    ♦ Learn how to balance and nourish your nervous system so you can settle or activate, depending on your needs. 
    ♦ Yoga means "yoke" or "union". Yoga connects the body, mind and spirit.  


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    Discover a place of inner connection and ease with guided:

    ♦ Gentle movement

    ♦ Mindfulness

     ♦ Breathing techniques

     ♦ Awareness 


    Yoga 4 the Rest of Us with Kathleen supports your healing within your comfort zone.   

    Serving Eastern Ontario and online throughout Canada and the U.S.A. 
    ♦ Trauma-Sensitive Yoga and Mindfulness for individuals, couples & groups
    ♦ Gentle and accessible Hatha yoga - true beginners welcome
    ♦ Virtual private sessions available 
    Private sessions online and limited in-person during COVID-19

     * Some exceptions apply to my offerings outside of Ontario. Please inquire for details. 


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      Find your centre ∞ Choose how you want to show up in the world ∞ Come home to yourself 

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    Spiritual Lineage Acknowledgement

    Yoga's historical roots originated in India more than 5000 years ago.  I am evermore grateful to my teachers and for the ancient wisdom that informs my yoga practice and teaching. I strive to practice and uphold the ethics of yoga to create a more peaceful, just world. I commit to engaging in continuing education and self-reflection to avoid cultural appropriation.

    Land Acknowledgement

    I offer respect and gratitude to the First Peoples and caretakers of the land I call home: the traditional territory of the Anishinaabek, Haudenosaunee and Huron-Wendat nations.