Category Archives: Letters from Katherine

Letter from Board VP Mindy Stoddart: Yoga for All Abilities

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Dear Friends, Some of you may have seen I’m heading up a fundraiser this winter for our Easter Seals yoga playgroup with Bliss Kid Yoga. I’m writing to you today to share why this program is special to me. My interest in teaching children’s yoga was borne out of my exposure to various therapies and […]

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Spina Bifida Awareness Month

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Hello Dear Friends, Families and Supporters, Last year, in honor of Spina Bifida Awareness Month I chose to speak out about my personal struggle with Spina Bifida. You may or may not recall and can read the full story here. I have Spina Bifida, a congenital spine disorder that often causes chronic pain, nerve damage, orthopedic […]

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Sponsor a Yogi for camp!

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    Help us send a child to camp this spring break! Give a little in your community the gift of yoga! Read all the details here!    

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Meet our Board Members

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President, Catherine Kline Cathy is a 5th generation Texan with strong New England ties.  Her Connecticut-born dad always said that he got here as quickly as he could.  She is a retired educator who found her true vocation teaching middle and upper school math and science. Leaving Texas after college, she returned in 2003 with […]

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How Spina Bifida Changed my Life

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In honor of Spina Bifida Awareness month, I finally decided to share my story. Many of you are close friends and know that it is rare for me to share such a personal part of myself with the world. My experience over the last year has brought sadness but has also brought inspiration. Inspiration to […]

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Bliss Kid Yoga announces Nonprofit status!

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Bliss Kid Yoga is a nonprofit dedicated to providing yoga programs for children, families and educators in order to help nurture physical and emotional health within the community.         Why we became a nonprofit Bliss Kid Yoga became a nonprofit so that we could provide affordable access to yoga in order to […]

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