Compassion Club Member Testimonials

Mar 31, 2023

Before you join The Compassion Club, you need to know that your mental health impacts your relationships, and you can feel better by practicing gentle yoga and meditation consistently.

If you understand that, and you care about your relationships, you will make the time for your practice. You won’t feel selfish for putting self-care at the top of your list. 

Hear for yourself what 2 parents have to say about the membership:

"I came to the membership feeling stuck. The strain of years of pandemic stress and anxiety left me unsure how to reopen my heart, and move in a way that felt comfortable and free.
"From the first session, The Compassion Club has been helping with all of that... And then there have been the magical surprises of being in a community! That's a gift I didn't fully anticipate."
-Lisa W.

"I sought Kate out as a practitioner because of the the stress and the anguish of some major life changes. Kate has this unique and masterly approach to connecting the physical with the spiritual in a way that I've never had the pleasure of doing, and it is truly life changing.
"It's not just stress reduction. It's the most forgiving and supportive place I've been in terms of body work and spiritual work.
"The community is warm and supportive. We celebrate the wins and we pull together to support people.
"And it's all authentic! I've really enjoyed it and I highly recommend it."

Want to feel more grounded, focused, and relaxed? Use this link to get a free 7 day trial.

Hi, I’m Kate Lynch!
I'm a therapeutic yoga teacher who helps highly sensitive, empathetic people take themselves off the back burner. I founded The Compassion Club to give deeply feeling people a soft landing where they can breathe, move, and heal in community.

As we do this empowering work together, we will embody self compassion, bringing our families and communities together in deeper truth and healing. 

Use this link to get a free 7 day trial.

Stop Walking On Eggshells!

Gentle yoga to release your stress and shift your mindset about struggle.

If you get your buttons pushed often by other people's issues, you may be hypervigilant. You might feel it in your body as clenching, tension, or chronic pain.

You'll become more grounded in awareness of your body.

Stop Walking On Eggshells