Kelly Wood is an experienced yoga and meditation teacher of over 20 years. Her teaching style emphasizes grounding, gentleness, and breathing with intention that nurtures the heart. Our next signature Karuna Yoga Teacher Training begins September 2016. Please join us for this inspiring comprehensive course.
For Kids & Parents
Kelly has taught more than 225,000 children. During her first few visits to public and private classrooms, the children often say, “Hi, Yoga!” Soon thereafter, they greet her with “Hi, Ms. Kelly!” as the enthusiasm grows from weekly classes together. The Hi Yoga Training was one of the first Kids Yoga Trainings accredited by Yoga Alliance.
Hi Yoga Teacher Training Level 1: June 4, 5, 11, & 12 Level 2: June 16 – July 10 ***Next Level 1: Aug. 6, 7, 13 & 14 Level 2: Begins Sept. 23
For Schools: Prof Dev & Classes
For over 13 years, SCHOOL, Inc. has offered yoga, meditation, and mindfulness methods to underserved children within public schools. We also provide professional development for public school educators. Our upcoming SCHOOL Teacher Training is July 18th – 21st, 2016 (see more dates here). Join us to learn calming techniques that ground students and teachers for greater learning and harmony.
The Karuna Yoga Teacher Training was a wonderful, life-changing experience. Kelly's training taught me so much about myself. My yoga and meditation practice changed in such a positive way.–Lauren F.
I like yoga because it makes me feel calm, not crazy and my brain works more.–Jasmine, age 7
When teaching my first Kids Yoga class, I saw that their knowledge of yoga was simply on exercise and funny animal poses. From our Hi Yoga Training, I knew how to explain the fundamentals: breathing, pause and caring for the heart. I had no idea how much joy teaching kids would bring my own heart.–Veronica V.
Teaching SCHOOL classes to my Kindergarten students brings calm to my classroom, helps my students focus, and builds their inner and outer strength. This all helps create a positive, calm environment in which the students can learn.–Kathleen B., Kindergarten Teacher