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Kori Moore

Kori is both a teacher and a Yoga Therapist in training. She has been a devoted
practitioner to the sacred science of Yoga since 2007. While searching for healing at a
silent meditation retreat in Thailand, Kori quickly realized that yoga, meditation and
the spiritual path would become a central part of her life and service. Coming from a
background of highly competitive sports, Yoga was the first physical practice that
helped Kori feel at ease and connected to herself and others, while cultivating an inner
peace and a deeper capacity for self-observation. Kori has a 200 and a 500 hour
teaching certificate, and she hopes to graduate from her intensive Yoga Therapy
program in December of 2018.
Kori loves to offer creative sequencing, in-line with the seasons and rhythms of
the world around her, she takes an Ayurvedic (science of life) approach when planning
her classes. Her approach assists students in experiencing strength, flexibility,
vitality, harmony and self-awareness in the body, mind, and spirit. Most importantly,
she encourages her students to listen to their bodies, and find balance through their
own practice. She offers a number of variations/modifications which make her
classes accessible to anyone looking to deepen their practice.
Kori’s classes integrate vinyasa (movement linked with breath), mantra
(repeated meditative word or phrase), mudra (hand gestures), pranayama (breath
practice) and meditation. She is very grateful for the inspiration and teachings of all
her teachers throughout the years, notably, Nischala Joy Devi, Rod Stryker and
Richard Miller. A school teacher for 10 years, Kori is excited to continue her new life
path as both a Yoga Teacher and a Yoga Therapist, she believes that moving in the
direction of positive change is accessible to all who walk this path. When she’s not
teaching, she enjoys all things outdoors with her wonderful husband, dogs and
chickens.