I offer a variety of programs working 1-on-1 with clients to help them achieve their physical and emotional goals.
Yoga for Life – recovering from injury, illness, physical or emotional trauma, we practice yoga to get back in touch with your true self in your home or office weekly. Packages available.
Life and Wellness Coach – helps you set goals and boundaries that work for you at home/at work weekly on the phone. Monthly.
VIP Program – a 12 week truly transformative program. See link below.
For more details on these offerings, click here: RADICAL SELF CARE PROGRAMS
To read back from past clients, click here: TESTIMONIALS
Not sure which one you should do? Let’s talk! CLICK HERE
Why would you join the Inner Circle?
Because you want to be around other smart, strong, and supportive women who, like you, are trying to live mindfully in their lives through the tools of self-care and self-reflection. The Inner Circle is just that. We are a loving and supportive community of women bonded together from all ages and walks of life. We are a hygge. Read what the members say on the link below.
The membership is every 3 months:
To learn more: INNER CIRCLE, Private Membership
To apply: SCHEDULE CALL HERE
Membership stays below 16 women.
Members must work with Kim prior to joining. Begin today: SCHEDULE CALL HERELearn More
Alter How You Feel In Your Body And You Will Alter How You Move In The World
This is an 8 Week Ecourse in Self Care and is delivered to your inbox every Tuesday and Thursday.
7 Yoga Classes, 4 Meditations, mindfulness lessons in body and mindset growth as well as a brand new follow along 66 page workbook.
Click here to learn more: LIGHTEN UP – 8 Week ECourse
~Clarissa Pinkola Estes
You only have to learn one thing: You have to learn why you overeat. This Course is For You If… You are the “I don’t have time for myself” person. The guy or gal that puts their job responsibilities and their care for their loved ones above their own needs. Then, one day, and maybe for you that’s today, you look in the mirror and say, “What happened? Who am I? This isn’t working.” Sound like you? It’s time to “Lighten Up” your weight. Are you at the mercy of a hectic schedule? Do you find that you don’t have time for your personal and creative endeavors, feel bad about a lack of exercise, and constantly worrying about your health? Are you using food and drink as a coping mechanism and are you ready to be done doing that? If yes, then YES! Lighten Up: – Yoga for Weight Management is for you! But It’s Not Easy… Changing our habits doesn’t happen overnight. It is a muscle that needs to be built over time. You aren’t broken, and you don’t need to be “fixed,” but you DO need the time to develop a new skill set to support yourself. Is this resonating with you? Do you feel the heaviness I am talking about, do you feel your energy, and even joy, drained, do you feel frustrated with diets that don’t work and gym memberships that go wasted? Yes? Then, YES, it’s time! Purchase course here. In the Lighten Up – Yoga for Weight...Learn More
Intimate Yoga Embrace yourself–your needs, your vulnerabilities–and let your partner embrace you. STRENGTHEN YOUR CONNECTION WITH YOUR PARTNER firstname.lastname@example.org 773.507.3216 Find togetherness and joy with your partner Whether discovering or rekindling romance, the Intimate Yoga program can bring your relationship to a new level of togetherness and joy. Many couples experience separation within their relationship and struggle to maintain or build a lively, intimate connection. Each individual may feel lonely or rejected by their partner. With yoga techniques such as trust poses, synchronized breathing, and dualrelaxation, a couple can once again (or for the first time!) feel in sync with each other mentally, emotionally, and physically. If you want to improve your intimacy together as a couple, an Intimate Yoga program thoughtfully designed for you and your partner can bring the passion and connection you seek. Kim will design your Intimate Yoga program with you, beginning by meeting for a onehour introduction in your home. While you get to know Kim, she will begin to understand your concerns and tailor her approach for a series of sessions specifically designed to address your needs. Your five-hour complete program costs $675 and includes the one-hour introduction plus two additional sessions for two hours each, held once per week in your home. Additional two-hour sessions are available for...Learn More
Yesterday after class, a few of us were talking about all the delicious treats that come around this time of year. I mean, what are ya supposed to do? Ya eat it…ya feel bad…ya make an oath to jump back on the health train…ya jump back on…ya roll for a while…then…a work party and ya eat it. Right? And how old are you? HOW long have you been doing this? What if you could jump off that mental trip all together? What if, yeah, ya still ate it but you didn’t have to go in that mental toxic waste land over and over and over again? What if you just shifted? Yoga for Weight Management Course The Inner Gaze Philosophy teaches you this shift. Is it Radical? Yes, I think for lots of us, it is! Yet it’s simple. And you don’t have to implement it every single time! In fact, once you learn it and start to understand it, the benefits come into not just the way you view food…but the way you view relationships, work, social obligations as well. You evolve instead of change. 3 Simple Steps: 1. Compassion. Have compassion for where you are. Compassion that you had that 4th Italian cookie or 3rd class of wine. 2. Pause. Whether that means you relish the feeling of the sugar rush or you don’t enjoying the dizziness you feel from the alcohol, sit with it. Take pause without judgement. 3. The Path, Your Bearings. Notice where you are on your path. On it? Off it? Turned around? *When you work with me privately, our primary focus is you...Learn More
I’m diving into some woo woo today. Don’t be frightened. Actually, be frightened if you want. Be whatever you are. What does your baby say? Is it upset? Tired? Hurt? What does it need from you? If you have been reading me for a while you know I’m talking about your inner baby/inner child. How different we are to the inner child versus the sweet faces that sit around our dinner table with us is what I am pondering. This exploration has been something I have been diving into in my own life and with a lot of private clients lately. I am constantly blown away at how sweet we are to the external people in our lives and, yet, so impatient, toxic and sometimes even violent we are with our own inner characters…the baby within that didn’t get her needs met, the preschooler who was shamed, the young child who was bullied…etc. I am asking: can we hold sacred our inner selves even when they are toxic, negative, whiny or scared? Can we care for them in sweet ways? I am finding often, the answer is no. No. We don’t want to exhibit patience to ourselves when we fall short or have needs that are unreasonable. No. We don’t want to be kind to ourselves when we screw up and let others down. What I am finding juicy about this is THAT is the rub! I love it! “There is no coming to consciousness without pain. People will do anything, no matter how absurd, in order to avoid facing their own Soul. One does not become enlightened by...Learn More
For the last few weeks, I have been letting a series of things go. I wasn’t even really conscious that I was doing this until about 10 minutes ago. And here I am. Pulling out this keyboard now and typing it out. I am sharing it with you. It’s real time. I am gathering it up and sharing it as I make sense of it myself. I have been working very hard over the last 4 months or so doing some intense inner work around trauma. Partnered with the fact that, over the last year, I have been fortunate to have met, and be in a relationship with, the most patient, loving and wonderful man who has provided me and gifted me with the greatest and most real love I have ever known. (Him’s my babycakes.) I am guessing, these two, have worked in sync, to safely and gently crack me open. To give me the inner courage and to open up to my inner whispers of what it is I need to get done…what it is I need to put into effect…to have what I most want to show up in my life at this time. Here. And now. And dagnabbit, it’s working. The warrior in me, the survivor in me has now softened just a bit. I’m in full action but my edges are smoothing out. I’m trusting. I’m relaxing. I’m getting things done. I love my life, my schedule, my friends and the family I choose. When I look in the mirror or in the eyes of my loved ones, I see myself in my...Learn More
I end almost every class I teach with: “Be Grateful. Be Grateful for those things that go your way and be grateful for those things that don’t. There are lessons there too.” And sometimes, they Suck! Sometimes your man doesn’t love you back, sometimes you take a risk and it doesn’t pay off, sometimes your kid takes a right turn and gets lost…really lost… Can you practice gratitude then? For real? I know! It sounds crazy. And believe me, when it’s things that don’t go MY way…ugh! I came across this wonderful quote recently, “We turn to God when our foundations are being shaken, only to find it is God who is shaking them.” – Anonymous It is in these collisions, those feelings of unsteadiness, that we are encouraged or downright forced to step back and re-evaluate. We get to gain perspective on the crash; the lead up, the hit, the pain. We get to stop for the moment to pause, to reflect on what we are doing, how things are going. It is in these uncontrollable situations that we have the time to check in, take note, and get ourselves back into right alignment with who we are, who we are becoming and which habits/patterns we are leaving behind. When our foundation is shook, the whole is affected. The snow globe is rocked and who doesn’t want a world that’s rocked? Rock on! When you get rocked, here are some tools that I am playing with. Ask Yourself: 1. What are the Feelings I am Feeling in this very moment? Scared, Insecure, Foolish, Threatened, Inadequate,...Learn More
Kim Wade has always been a creative individual who enjoys the challenges of living an active lifestyle. She earned a BFA in Theater and has worked professionally as an actor since childhood. She describes herself as a very active person, both physically and spiritually. Her personal philosophy is that joy is an option, feeling our feelings is the key and positive thinking is a choice.More about Kim