Are you looking to live a more balanced life, naturally?
I knew it! Let's balance your food, mood and body - naturally.
Wellness For Real Life is a holistic approach to finding balance and living in alignment through nutrition, yoga and practical skills with the help of a Wellness Guide.
Learn more about how we offer guidance.
why pursue 'wellness for real life' with Kassidy?
Bonus (but not necessary) reasons
How clients feel.
'Kassidy is a thoughtful, skilled, caring, generous instructor. She teaches with a clear, purposeful commitment to both the physical benefits of yoga as well as the spiritual and emotional benefits. She brings the contemplative practice of yoga directly into her teaching in a seamless and insightful way and is very grounded in her work.'
'I found the one on one classes very beneficial for me because she was able to work with me on specific areas. I have found her to be very patient and understanding of my needs. It has helped me immensely in my mobility issues, although, I do have a long way to go!'
'Your yoga classes have helped me through a lot of similar problems I have with my own life and I truly appreciate the time and energy you put into doing what you do. I think the ability to be a positive force on another person's life is incredible and too often goes unacknowledged!'
'What a privilege to be able to have private yoga classes with you. I am so grateful of your support and motivation.'
What's on the blog.
Kassidy is a yoga teacher, holistic nutritionist + wellness guide who works online with clients from all over the place to raise their vibrations + guide them to live more balanced, aligned + authentic lives.
Kassidy created Wellness For Real Life as a resource for folks to gain the tools they need to live more authentically and to vibe higher because everyone deserves to lead happy, healthy, fulfilled lives.
- characterized by comprehension of the parts of something as intimately interconnected and explicable only by reference to the whole.
- characterized by the treatment of the whole person, taking into account mental and social factors, rather than just the physical symptoms of a disease.