Rhiannon Kim (E-RYT 200, RYT-500) views yoga as a space of healing oneself so that we are better able to be sources of healing to and for each other. She has been teaching at Burlington Yoga since she completed her 200 Hour Teacher Training in 2012. She completed her 500 Hour Teacher Training at Burlington Yoga in 2018.
Rhiannon holds a Master’s Degree in Speech and Language Pathology and will begin working toward her Doctorate of Education in the Fall of 2019 at UVM. She currently teaches graduate level courses on Mindfulness, Equity, and Social-Emotional Development at the University of Vermont and St. Michael’s College and embeds this work into her speech and language pathology practice. She is continually deepening her study and experiences in yoga, meditation, equity & justice, and mindfulness.
Her work focuses on expanding awareness, compassion, and consciousness. Rhiannon blends her work of equity, trauma-aware practices, and mindfulness with yogic philosophies.
Rhiannon’s classes are lighthearted, focused and encouraging; offering modifications along the way to ensure an accessible practice for all beings and all bodies. Her style of teaching is influenced and inspired by Piper (Candra Prabha) and has been described as spacious, intentional, calm, and aware of body, breath and emotion.