Restorative & Hatha + Yoga Nidra | Kari Fike

Kari Fike

My love and journey with yoga began in 2000 after I moved to Singapore from the United States. As a new mom in a foreign country, Yoga became my life line. I went on to complete my 200 hour Teacher Training in HATHA yoga in Tokyo in 2010. I have taught in Tokyo, Hong Kong, Istanbul, Kuala Lumpur and in the U.S. In 2018, I completed an additional 300 hour teacher training in Integrative Yoga at Yogshakti here in Kuala Lumpur. I have also been trained in Restorative Yoga. Yoga as a moving meditation, restorative yoga and qi gong are the perfect practice for me and and incorporating this practice and the yoga philosophy has been life changing.



I am passionate about Yoga as a way of life. I love sharing this empowering philosophy when teaching, helping students to relax, open and go deep within, to find that quiet space, to simply breathe, let go and just BE. This is where true healing begins. I believe wholeheartedly in the concepts and practice of Yoga as a moving meditation and find it to be the ideal practice to incorporate all that I have learned over the last 18 years to live mindfully and be in the present moment.
Hatha + Yoga Nidra : A moving meditation to calm, ground and rejuvenate you using asanas, breathing practices, yin and restorative yoga poses and qi gong to prepare for a yoga Nidra practice. Yoga Nidra is a guided meditation done while laying in savasana that puts you in an awake sleep state, which is extremely healing and prepares you for a beautiful night rest.
Restorative Yoga : Restorative Yoga works on your nervous system and is all about letting go. Using props (bolsters, blocks and blankets) allows the body to feel supported so you and your body can relax and drop into a deeply calm and peaceful state where true healing occurs. In inducing the parasympathetic nervous system, we enter a rest and digest phase that tells our body we are safe to let go and truly relax. Come experience this class that students say is “better than a massage.”




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