Sanskrit Meaning – “Divine Play, sport or pastime”. Consciously moving through the game of life.
Kari discovered yoga in 2012 and credits regular yoga practice as a key part of her success as a professional bike racer. As a physical therapist at Corpore Sano Physical Therapy in Kenmore, Kari enjoys integrating yoga movement concepts as part of her care approach. She enjoys sharing her passion for movement and lifelong well-being with through yoga classes.
Kari completed her 200 hour Yoga Instructor certification through the Yoga Alliance in 2013, studying Hatha Raja style yoga through Stephanie Miller and Bamboo Moves. She has degrees from Western Washington University (BS – Exercise and Sport Science) and Eastern Washington University (DPT). Her cycling accomplishments include: Masters World Cyclocross Champion, three-time U.S. National Cyclocross Champion, Single Speed Cyclocross World Champion and six-time Washington State Cyclocross Champion.
When not working, training or practicing yoga, Kari enjoys paddling with her rescue dachshund and riding bikes with her Studley husband.