ROBIN KIDDER | YOGA
 
 
 

HELPING PEOPLE

 
 
 
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Why do I practice yoga? Yoga is a framework of measured techniques—by using geometry and working with an understanding of universal principles in nature I prepare, protect, soothe, and orient myself so I’m better positioned to be stable and capable, with clear and steady vision. This puts me in the driver’s seat of life.
— robin kidder
 
 
 
 

LIVE MORE FULLY

 
 
 
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ROBIN LEADS regular public classes, WORKSHOPS, AND KATONAH YOGA® TEACHER TRAININGS at beBhakti Yoga Center IN BEACON, NEW YORK. SHE works therapeutically with individuals and leads small private groups in exploratory yoga practices influenced by nature’s cycles, universal principles, chinese theory, sacred geometry, mythology and metaphor. She IS a regular student and occasional teacher at Katonah Yoga Center in Bedford Hills.

Her most important roles in life are as a mom to Quinn (and dog, Gold Star) and partner to Steven. She also works as an art director and fully embodying her homebody-ness. An early fall day where she teaches a class, hikes on the mountain with Goldie, and reads in the hammock under the maple tree with her son sounds very nice.

Robin is grateful for the insight of the work of Nevine Michaan (founder of Katonah Yoga) and is delighted and honored to bring Katonah Yoga to students. She thanks Eva Giorgi and Ivy Ray for their guidance and many other teachers for their inspiration and generosity.


Robin approaches each class with much enthusiasm, joy, and a sense of humor. She gives a great deal of individual attention and encouragement. Since studying with Robin I have grown not only in my yoga practice but also on a personal level. I always leave her class with a sense of accomplishment, and deeper peace.
— Wynne Phillips, bebhakti yoga student

IN THEIR BODIES

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Katonah Yoga is a syncretic Hatha yoga practice developed by Nevine Michaan over 40 years. She and her teachers incorporate classical Hatha yoga with Taoist theory, geometry, magic, mythology, metaphor, and imagination — in a practical framework designed to potentiate personal and communal well-being.

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