Having grown up in Dallas Kim was a very active youth and felt a void in her activity after graduating from UT in 2005. In 2006, she began to notice an increase in anxiety, fatigue and sleep inconsistencies and a friend suggested yoga. After her very first yoga class she was officially hooked on the ancient practice and the way it made her feel afterwards: physically, mentally, spiritually. As she continued to deepen her own yoga practice she noticed the anxiety, fatigue, and sleep trouble began to dissolve on their own accord, as feelings of calmness and self-acceptance began to resonate within her.

After cultivating a decade long daily practice she decided to complete her 200hr teacher training program in June of 2016 through Karmany Yoga under the guidance of Amy Johnson and Jayme Bushmiaer-Davis.

As a teacher Kim strives to create an atmosphere where students feel supported and confident on their mat, no matter what their level of experience may be. She believes whether it is your first time to step on a yoga mat or your 1,000th time, we are all there to lift each other’s spirits and raise each other’s vibrations, so that we can be the best version of ourselves for our loved ones, family, friends, and community.