Kelsey Reed offers a practice designed to balance the body, clear the mind, and activate awareness. She aims to incorporate yogic philosophy and spiritual practices into her asana classes, while still making them fun and accessible.
How yoga Serves Kelsey Reed
Kelsey Reed has always felt best when in tune with her body and mind. As a child, she found herself most in tune by participating in dance. Later, after a few failed high school attempts, she found her love for the practice of yoga in college when it helped her through her parents’ divorce, personal heartbreak, and family struggles with addiction.
Words of Wisdom for Students
Utilize this practice to learn more self love and compassion. It’s not about the poses. It’s about seeing and understanding the deeper layers of your being and allowing those subtleties to help guide you into a stronger and healthier version of yourself.
Born and raised in the city of Atlanta, since 2009, Kelsey Reed has been an avid yoga practitioner and health advocate. In 2012, she received her RYT-200 from Asheville Community Yoga Center and has since earned her E-RYT, with over 3000 hours of experience. She is also certified in Trauma-Informed Yoga and the Kaivalya method. Since training in yoga and earning her degree in Health & Wellness Promotion at the University of North Carolina at Asheville, Kelsey Reed has dedicated her life to sharing the practice of yoga to improve mental and physical health in her community. She traveled to India in 2015 to explore yoga at its origins, hosted a Yoga retreat in 2020 in Peru to practice in an energetically powerful environment, and has attended retreats and continuing education hours with notable yogis such as Rachel Brathen, Jenn Pastiloff, and Kristine Kaoverii Weber.