Movement for Every Body
Located in Johnson City, Tennessee, our movement space has plenty of natural light, and our walls are covered in art from local artists that helps us celebrate and raise our SHAKTI energy. We can’t wait to share this space with you and hope you’ll join us to practice.
Be sure to check the Shakti in the Mountains Calendar for holiday closings and/or schedule changes.
Restorative Yoga with Kim Bushore-Maki
Mondays, 5:00 pm – 6:00pm
Easing discomfort and pain and finding a new relationship with their body are just some of the benefits the women have experienced from this Restorative Yoga class.
Drop-In, $15 per class or purchase a monthly Yoga Pass for this class (only $40/month). Click here to purchase a Yoga Pass.
Qigong with Tonya Van Hook
Fridays, 8:30 am – 9:30 am
Slow, mindful moving of your body. Qigong (chee gong) is a 5,000 year old practice that can improve mental focus and balance your qi (energy).
Drop-In ~ $8 per class OR pay for a month in advance at $5/class. Payment at the door.
Meet our movement teachers:
Kim’s vision of opening a center where women could heal and grow led her to open Shakti in the Mountains in Johnson City, Tennessee: a place where the creative, feminine energy is nurtured and valued. Five years later, she is still in the flow of supporting and building a healthy, vibrant community and now guides retreats, teaches yoga, and provides one-on-one services for women who want an immersion experience into the life-affirming, Shakti energy.
Kim’s training as a therapist and yoga teacher allow her to safely and compassionately guide women on a heart-centered journey to Self, where women re-connect with their beautiful, authentic spirit.
Tonya Van Hook, PhD
Tonya has studied Qigong and Tai Chi for over 25 years. She is certified by the International Institute of Medical Qigong as a Medical Qigong Practitioner. Her practice allows her to reach people of all ages and mobilities. She assists them on their journeys to a more balanced way of living by improving their energy and guiding them to use breath and movement as a means of transformation.