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Kathryn Budig: As one of the youngest and most widely recognized faces in yoga, Kathryn Budig’s appetite for yoga is infectious. Kathryn’s playful mixture of challenging classes with her lovable personality is the recipe for a truly inspiring class. As an avid food lover, she is also passionate about sharing healthy, organic and eco-friendly recipes.
Kathryn shares her zest for life, yoga & food as the Women’s Health Magazine yoga expert along with her contributor writings for The Huffington Post, Yoga Journal, Gaiam, The Daily Love and MindBodyGreen. She has graced the covers of Yoga Journal, Yoga International, Om Yoga and Common Ground. Budig has been featured on E!Entertainment, The Food Network, Shape and The New York Times. She also serves as the brand representative for apparel company ToeSox and ambassador for Pangea Organics. She is currently writing Rodale’s The Big Book of Yoga.
Kathryn is dedicated to giving back to her community. She co-founded “Poses for Paws”, an organization dedicated to raising money for animal shelters through yoga. You can practice with Kathryn around the globe or save yourself the plane ticket by practicing with her weekly online at Yogaglo.com or through her Gaiam DVD, “Aim True Yoga”.
Kathryn is a lover and teacher of yoga by day, a wizard in the kitchen by dinnertime and a professional dog snuggler by night. She graduated from the University of Virginia with a double degree in English and Drama and then moved to Los Angeles where she trained to be a yoga teacher under the expert eye of Maty Ezraty and Chuck Miller.
She teaches regular Vinyasa Flow at the prestigious Yogaworks in Santa Monica. Featured in Yoga Journal, The New York Times, SELF, C Magazine and E! Entertainment, Kathryn uses her love and deep knowledge of yoga, cooking, health and laughter to inspire and aid a large audience in finding their way back to their true core. She is the co-founder with Jesse Schein of ‘Poses for Paws,’ yoga events dedicated towards raising money for animal shelters.
Kathryn is a columnist for The Elephant Journal and contributes regularly to Yoga Journal through articles, print and creating their podcasts. She currently leads workshops nationally-internationally and teacher trainings for YogaPoser in Santa Monica, CA.
Her official site is located at: www.kathrynbudig.com
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