What to expect in a class with Kim
Kim's style of teaching is light-hearted, yet encourages deep self-inquiry and purposeful physical work. Students might be really challenged physically, but they will also be reminded to listen to their inner guidance.
Kim Wenger Hall is a Lebanon, New Hampshire-based artist and yoga teacher. Since 1995, Kim’s work as a muralist has brought her from Naples, Florida to Cape Cod, to Lake Winnipesaukee, and finally to the Upper Valley in 2005. Kim is always searching for beauty and ways to be of service.
Kim became a 500-hr yoga teacher in 2016 after completing both her 200-hr and 300-hr teacher trainings with Angie Follensbee-Hall of Myriad Yoga. Kim teaches in traditional yoga studios and brings yoga to special populations within the community. Kim has also worked as a clinical care coordinator, meditation instructor and health coach, helping people on their path to health.
In Kim’s yoga classes, you’ll find a light-hearted blend of challenging Hatha yoga styles which focus on alignment, breath work and self-inquiry. For Kim, the ultimate goal of yoga is to unite the body, mind and spirit so that life can be lived to the fullest - through all circumstances.
In the next few years, Kim is bringing service-based yoga retreats to great destinations around the world. Yoga and beach clean-up in Bali? Yes, Please.
Kim's favorite piece of wisdom
“Ultimately, yoga is about creating space: space within your spine; space within those secret pockets of tightness; space between your muscle fibers, bones, and joints; space between your doubts and beliefs; space between your emotions and reactions; and most important, space between your ears.” ~ Baron Baptiste