Kimberly Soults, E-RYT 500, YACEP, is an Expert Yoga Teacher and Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Provider. A former professional ballet dancer, Kim was drawn to yoga’s therapeutic properties when she rediscovered her relationship with her body through yoga. Kim has been teaching in the Denver area since 2012 and has quickly skyrocketed as an emerging teacher leading public workshops and trainings for yoga teachers and health professionals in respected studios and festivals across Colorado. Kim specializes in making complex practices accessible. She has trained in Adaptive Yoga with Matthew Sanford, which has influenced all her offerings.

Kim is keenly aware of how yoga transforms the body and mind, opens the heart and soothes the spirit. She seeks to make the tremendous healing properties of yoga accessible to all.

Kim’s traditional classes feature a creative and intelligent vinyasa flow with an emphasis on safety and individual empowerment through Anusara and Iyengar-inspired anatomical alignment. Infused with themes on spirituality and the metaphysical, Kim is interested in using the physical practice as a gateway to a deeper connection with the subtle body. Kim’s work is highly intuitive–infused with heart and holistic purpose, yet reinforced by scientific research in the realms of neuroscience and the somatic therapies.

Adaptive Yoga (Accessible) is designed for anyone living with a disability, chronic illness, injury or impairment that would benefit from enhanced mind-body connection.  Adaptive yoga classes are small and intimate allowing the practice to be tailored to each individual body and condition. Kim’s classes are inclusive, non-threatening or judgemental.  Kim sees beyond the body to the energy within waiting to be released.  Participants learn how to live with more ease and relief, less pain and struggle.

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“If yoga is an art, then Kim is an eloquent artist that intrinsically guides and aligns a practice to create a blissful, yet wholly gratifying experience. To weave and compose art takes skill, but to experience the essence of the artist is simply inspiring. I highly recommend that anyone partake in experiencing the lifeblood captured in Kim’s class.” –Madelin Adames

“When I first moved to Colorado, I was in search of my new yoga home and found it in Kim’s class. Kim’s sweet, sensitive nature provides a safe space to put one at ease while her teaching is the perfect balance of movement and mindfulness. Kim’s infusion of yogic teachings, modern antidotes, and supportive physical instruction assures that you will leave class in a more peaceful place with a deeper connection to inner wisdom. I am incredibly grateful that Kim and her classes exist!” –Bonnie Graham

“Kim is an amazing yoga guide. Her cueing for alignment and technique are so helpful during practice. She is very aware of body placement and great at conveying that to the group, whether she’s cueing a posture that’s very physically challenging or not. She also has a very calm and soothing demeanor while she’s guiding and it helps the practitioner bring that energy into his/her body. Her classes feel very healing mentally and physically.” –Jordan Sondrup

“I had the pleasure of taking a workshop that Kim was co-leading on anatomy and alignment not too long ago. What stood out for me about Kim is her attention to detail and mindfulness of the body . As a result, she has very intentional cuing that gets most students in alignment the first time through. She also has a strong and yet caring persona that makes the flow of asana practice not only soothing for the body, but also for the mind. One of the few teachers that I can be instructed by, and go deep into my practice while being fully present. ” –Fernando del Valle