52 min

#2, Ft. Esther Kim | Faith, motherhood and inversions The Bounce Back Podcast

    • Health & Fitness

Welcome back for Episode 2 of #TBBP! 
 
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On this episode of The Bounce Back Podcast, we welcome the inspiring Esther Kim who started her practice after her becoming a mom for the third time and realizing that she needed to get back to focusing on her well-being. Esther teaches intermediate and beginner vinyasa yoga with an emphasis on building strength and flexibility as well as mastering difficult poses such as handstands and other balancing poses. She has been practicing since 2012 and teaching since 2014. Esther is a 200-RYT after receiving her training from Kim Manfredi in 2014 and since then, she has studied with teachers such as Kino MacGregor, Kathryn Budig, Rodney Yee, Colleen Yee, and Dharma Mittra. She continues to draw inspiration from her fellow students and her own explorative curiosity in the yoga practice. 
 
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She believes that there is no limit to your practice because yoga is a lifelong journey and we couldn't agree more. Also, check out her Instagram and you'll see her walk the walk! 
 
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Her classes bring creative sequencing and challenge you to journey to new places in your asana practice. This one of a kind teacher reminds us to slow down, break it down step by step, and mostly to be kind to others and to ourselves. Esther reminds us that if we practice daily, we will see the results in our practice, in our bodies and in our lives off the mat. After mastering a pose, the way you come out on the other side with a different perspective, that’s where the goodness lies in teaching us resiliency. 
 
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Esther’s story is a story of incredible bouncing back from physical setbacks (can you believe that just a few years ago, Esther had such bad wrist pain that she couldn't lift a cooking pan, look at her now!), the constant resiliency of motherhood, and her mission to share this practice and its benefits with others.  
  
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You can find Esther’s latest yoga inspiration on her https://www.instagram.com/estherkim_yoga/  (for real, check this out) and you can follow her journey at https://www.estherkimyoga.com/ or by contacting her: EstherKimYoga@gmail.com 

 
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NAMASTE https://anchor.fm/app

Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bouncebackpodcast/support

Welcome back for Episode 2 of #TBBP! 
 
************

On this episode of The Bounce Back Podcast, we welcome the inspiring Esther Kim who started her practice after her becoming a mom for the third time and realizing that she needed to get back to focusing on her well-being. Esther teaches intermediate and beginner vinyasa yoga with an emphasis on building strength and flexibility as well as mastering difficult poses such as handstands and other balancing poses. She has been practicing since 2012 and teaching since 2014. Esther is a 200-RYT after receiving her training from Kim Manfredi in 2014 and since then, she has studied with teachers such as Kino MacGregor, Kathryn Budig, Rodney Yee, Colleen Yee, and Dharma Mittra. She continues to draw inspiration from her fellow students and her own explorative curiosity in the yoga practice. 
 
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She believes that there is no limit to your practice because yoga is a lifelong journey and we couldn't agree more. Also, check out her Instagram and you'll see her walk the walk! 
 
************

Her classes bring creative sequencing and challenge you to journey to new places in your asana practice. This one of a kind teacher reminds us to slow down, break it down step by step, and mostly to be kind to others and to ourselves. Esther reminds us that if we practice daily, we will see the results in our practice, in our bodies and in our lives off the mat. After mastering a pose, the way you come out on the other side with a different perspective, that’s where the goodness lies in teaching us resiliency. 
 
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Esther’s story is a story of incredible bouncing back from physical setbacks (can you believe that just a few years ago, Esther had such bad wrist pain that she couldn't lift a cooking pan, look at her now!), the constant resiliency of motherhood, and her mission to share this practice and its benefits with others.  
  
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You can find Esther’s latest yoga inspiration on her https://www.instagram.com/estherkim_yoga/  (for real, check this out) and you can follow her journey at https://www.estherkimyoga.com/ or by contacting her: EstherKimYoga@gmail.com 

 
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NAMASTE https://anchor.fm/app

Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bouncebackpodcast/support

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