Do you feel like you've got to manage everyone else's feelings, expectations, and frustrations?

How would it feel to stop tiptoeing around your life? 

It's time to finally stop being on edge...



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 benefit from being more grounded in awareness of your body.

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“With Kate, you’ll be in really good hands, and feel comfortable. Her approach is soothing, while still getting right to the work. She’s very knowledgeable, and has a way of teaching acceptance with gentleness, curiosity, and compassion.”

— Emily G.

Hi! I’m Kate Lynch,

I'm a therapeutic yoga teacher who helps highly sensitive, empathetic people  self-regulate so they can feel more joy and calm. I founded The Compassion Club to give you a soft landing where you can breathe, move, and heal in community. 

As a child, after my parents divorced, we moved a lot. My temperament wasn't suited to that level of uncertainty. I thought I had to manage everyone else's feelings or our tenuous world would fall apart. 

I no longer see it as my sole responsibility to keep it all together. Gentle yoga and mindset shifts have helped with healing that part of me. Now, I've got practices that ground, soothe, and support me - and a community that helps me return to them regularly.

I want the same relief for you. 

I began teaching yoga and cultivating community in 2002, hoping to relieve some of the suffering in the world. Since then I've shared the tools that help me find joy, healing and calm in the face of self-doubt, pain and anxiety.

My core values are empathy, integrity, equity and respect. I'd be honored to support you as you care for yourself physically, mentally, and emotionally. 

Stop Walking On Eggshells!

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

If you're a highly sensitive person, and other people's stress feels like too much, these gentle yoga practices can help you ground yourself.

So many people go through life enduring their debilitating stress as if it's inevitable, but you CAN do something to help your ball of nerves untangle. 30% of Americans experience anxiety that's so intense or persistent that it qualifies as a disorder.

Hypervigilance can perpetuate your anxiety and impact your ability to focus. Hypervigilance is when you're constantly on guard for the purpose of detecting potential danger, even when the risk of danger is low. 

If you get your buttons pushed often by other people's issues, you'll benefit from being more grounded in your own body awareness. This 27 minute gentle yoga practice can help you release your tangled nerves and rebuild your trust. 

Of course you'll keep caring about your loved ones, you'll just stop walking on eggshells around them. 


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