Kelly Kamm teaches the Meaningful Mythological Sequencing for the Dhyana 300/500 Hour Yoga Teacher Training. She is a seasoned teacher, celebrated for her creativity and as a storyteller // poetry devourer // mama to milo // flow master // cat lady // adventure craver // world traveler // krishna connoisseur // bobs burgers enthusiast // mantra lover // beauty seeker // photograph taker // harmonium jammer // heart on my sleeve // lover of love
KELLY'S classes are musical, poetic, and deeply spiritual. She is known for her storytelling and her ability to make the philosophy of yoga relatable, to bring big subjects into an every day perspective. Expect a challenging and creative flow, plenty of great music, a dose of philosophy, a bit of chanting, and definitely some laughter! She is honored to study with and be influenced by many great teachers including Dana Flynn, Raghunath Cappo, Joshua Greene, Cyndi Lee and Douglas Brooks. She is also endlessly exhilarated by poetry, clouds, the Bhagavad Gita and the deep wisdom of her 8 year old guru Milo.
It is often said that our yoga practice doesn’t really begin until life gets hard, and kelly has experienced that first hand. Her goal is to help people see that our greatest struggles can actually be our greatest strengths. She combines the power of movement, music, and myth to help others move through life transitions with grace and ease.
Here’s a sneak peak into her Meaningful Mythological Sequencing Immersion:
“For yoga teachers and teacher trainees. There are so many good teachers out there... how do you set yourself apart and become a GREAT teacher? In this workshop we'll explore creative sequencing and the symbolism behind the poses. Learn how to craft artful and unique classes that not only make sense to the body, but also inspire the mind because they are rich with myth, stories, symbols and meaning! Through mythology we discover our deepest selves and learn how to navigate difficult life transitions, and there is no richer tradition of myth than in India. Ganesha, Kali, Shiva, Saraswati… any number of deities could make their appearance in the stories that Kelly shares. These tales provide countless opportunities to discover our true nature and bring more meaning into our lives, and this workshop will give you the keys to making your entire class a poetic metaphor. Lecture, storytelling, sequencing practice and discussion.”