I visited the Salt Float yesterday with a friend as a birthday gift. It was such a nice and relaxing experience that I purchased the intro package. If you are nervous at all about the Salt Float there is a great “What to Expect” video on the website that walks you through every detail. They also have an intercom in the float area just in case you need them, but they really thought of everything and provide all that you could ever need. I highly recommend it. I also can't wait to relax in the salt cave in the near future.
Kim began practicing yoga in 2004 to escape the stresses of a corporate job with a heavy travel schedule. Throughout a handful of moves across the country, yoga and meditation provided a sense of stability and connection. Kim is passionate about helping others commit to self care practices in order to serve others, and she's on a mission to inspire her students and clients to ditch the guilt, eliminate the busy-ness that consumes our society, and enjoy a balanced life stemming from self-empowerment and kindness.
After planting roots in Jeffersonville in late 2012, Kim found her yoga home at Inner Spring and later joined the teaching team. Kim's classes focus on flowing movements and mindfulness of the present moment to quiet the mind and find contentment in simplicity. Kim completed her 200 hour YTT at Inner Spring Yoga in 2015 and is currently studying in an additional 300 hour program at Asheville Yoga Center in North Carolina.
This strong background in yoga eventually led her to study floating, wherein one can escape most, if not all, of the most common distractions that make meditation challenging. Her meditation and floating practices make running Suhkino Float Center & Salt Cave an extension of living yoga off the mat.
Kim uses the principles of yoga and mindfulness to balance her family life with two children, running two businesses, teaching yoga, volunteering for a non-profit, and serving on several project teams -- all without using the “B” word (busy).