Hi, I’m Kate! I can’t wait to walk this path alongside you, sharing the tools that have helped me feel calmer.
The short bio:
Kate Lynch (she/her): Parent of an amazing atypical kid, inclusive yoga and mindfulness coach, and author. Her little neurodiverse family lives in a magical land called Brooklyn.
The long bio:
Kate Lynch (she/her):
Parent of an amazing atypical kid, inclusive yoga and mindfulness coach, and author. Kate began teaching yoga and cultivating community in 2002, hoping to relieve some of the suffering in the world after 9/11. Since then she has shared the tools that help her find joy, healing and calm in the face of self-doubt, pain and anxiety.
Her classes are welcoming, friendly, creative and intuitive, and reflect her core values: empathy, integrity, equity and respect.
Kate is the creator of the podcast and upcoming book, Mindfully Parenting Atypical Kids. She writes for Mutha Magazine, Autism Advocate Parenting Magazine, Accessible Yoga Blog, Autism Parenting Magazine, The Good Men Project, The Mighty, YourTango and Medium publications including Better Humans, Family Matters and Age of Empathy.
Kate has advanced training in meditation, mindfulness, polyvagal-informed practices, prenatal and postpartum yoga, yoga for kids, and integrating equity. She offers accessible variations, and encourages self nurturing, mindful breathing and awareness.
Her teachers include Seane Corn, Michelle Cassandra Johnson, Bo Forbes, and Hari Kaur, and she is profoundly influenced by Tara Brach and Thich Nhat Hanh.
Her little neurodiverse family lives in a magical land called Brooklyn.
In her role as Ocean’s mama, Kate continues to learn about advocacy and neurodiversity. She works to empower parents and encourage a collective sense of belonging.
Kate specializes in teaching calming tools to anxious parents of atypical kids. She shares simple yoga and mindfulness strategies so parents can feel calmer no matter how intense their neurodivergent kid is in the moment.
Everything that informs Kate’s life inspires her practice and teaching. At one time her worlds felt separate and she didn’t know how they fit, but now she recognizes that one word sums up her intention in all facets: Inclusion.
Kate is currently accepting new private and small group clients.
She is a member of the Yoga Service Collective.
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