Kay Kay ClivioNew York, NY
About the Teacher
Kay Kay Clivio began her practice of Yoga in 1996 to heal a back injury she had sustained from competitive outrigger canoe paddling while living in the Hawaiian Islands. She immediately knew that this was her passion from the very first time she stepped on the mat. Since then she has been diligently working to further develop her studies and increase her understanding of what motivates her to practice and teach
Kay Kay has traveled the globe to quench her thirst for more knowledge in the ancient tradition of yoga; her unique style is inspired by her many great teachers—including Bikram, Ana Forrest, Baron Baptiste, John Friend and Shri K. Pattabhi Jois in India.
Kay Kay strives to give each and every class a unique experience. She uses eloquent and intelligent asana sequencing with a strong emphasis on physical and spiritual alignment, and her classes carry a nurturing, healing quality. It is her joy to help students plant the deep, strong roots that are necessary to grow a beautiful lifetime practice.
“It is my mission to guide my students to a higher level of self awareness and a deeper sense of physical alignment to help them find optimal balance in their lives, on and off the mat.”
Kay Kay moved from the teaching community at PURE Yoga in Hong Kong to New York in 2007 and is now a senior teacher at PURE Yoga NYC.
Home Studio Schedule
Monday: 4:30pm Hot Power Yoga; 6pm Hot Power Yoga; 7:15pm Slow Flow; 8:30pm Yin
Wednesday: 8:30am Hot Power Yoga
Thursday: 6am Hot Power Yoga; 8:30am Hot Power Yoga; 10:30am Yin/Yang
Saturday: 12pm Yoga for Backcare
Tuesday: 6pm Hot Power Yoga; 8pm Restorative
Zobha’s Circle of Grace
Kay Kay is one of only 13 Yoga teachers from around the world chosen to be a member of Yoga-clothing line Zobha’s ‘Circle of Grace.’
The Zobha Circle of Grace is a community of inspiring individuals who share Zobha’s values and support our mission to inspire and foster the grace that lives within us all. Circle of Grace members are leaders in their communities and we are proud to have them as a part of our community.
Kay Kay, on grace…
“Grace to me is a reflection of the Divine Energy. It is when we pause and reflect on beauty, in ourselves and all things. I feel graceful in my Zobha clothing. It expresses my spirit, my Divine Energy: Colorful, Playful, Strong, Feminine. I feel privileged to be part of such a Graceful group of women as those in the Circle of Grace.”