Hey all! I am running a donation workshop next month at Roots and Wings in Natick. This workshop links breath and movement to create ease and effortless connection drawing on the 8 Section brocade from Qigong. I hope you can make it! https://www.facebook.com/events/1132655693466135/

Wednesday (1-time, by donation event meets: 7/6)
6:00—7:15 pm
Register here: https://docs.google.com/a/fxpfitness.com/forms/d/1CzsV34__9dkAa13ZAMisqXZH9OOFMv1iXPhe-2ubt9I/viewform

Learn to fuse deep connected breath to fluid movement to build, repair and restore the body. This practice pieces together qigong and vibrant yoga to bring peace and a profound sense of calm. The body is the source of strength, the abode of contemplation, and the resting place of spirit. Journey with us on an exploration of ancient body technologies, training exercises and energetic embodiments.

This is a donation-based class, with the money going towards Roots & Wings Branching Out, to provide healing arts services to those who would otherwise not receive them. Please reserve your space.

This year was full of new beginnings and possibilities!  I started off with taking the FXP Fitness Hula Hoop Level 1 Certification at the beginning of the year with some amazing friends in Maine.  Being a personal trainer and fitness instructor, I do love the physical side of movement.  FXP certification meshed really well with my passion for kicking people’s butts with a smile.  I now have become their Master Trainer and had the opportunity to spread the hoop love at ECA in NYC.  More pictures to come soon!

Hoops for all!


One of the biggest reason why people come to me is for weight loss. My first piece advice is: DRINK WATER. Why? Isn’t about you food you might ask? Well, yes, it is but just a blanket statement of ‘eat clean non processed foods and portion control’ isn’t going to cut it for the majority of people. I like to establish small, palatable goals first of which is drink at least 64 oz of water THROUGHOUT the day. What are the benefits? Weight loss because many times when you think you are hungry, you are really thirsty. It also works as an appetite suppressant. BAM. End of story? Absolutely not. Prevent cancer. Yes, that’s right – various research says staying hydrated can reduce risk of colon cancer by 45%, bladder cancer by 50%, and possibly reduce breast cancer risk as well. It also, helps to reduce joint pain by keeping the cartilage soft, prevents headaches (!), hydrates your skin from the inside out, circulates nutrients, flushes out waste and bacteria and helps mental clarity. Focus on this one small task which has amazing benefits for overall health.

Please join Kat March 16th from 6-7:15pm for a free community class, Stretch and Flow: Vinyasa Flow Yoga, at Roots and Wings.   If you’re looking to increase strength and flexibility, manage stress or just find out what the buzz is about, you’ll see why so many people are hooked on this extraordinary practice.  The postures of the class link together to create a continuous “flow” of movement. Each flow will be infused with dynamic and longer holds to explore alignment, clarity and self expression.   Please sign up below:


Roots and Wings Healing Arts

317 N. Main St

Natick, MA 01760

There is still time to sign up for the classes at Wellesley Rec Department.  Click HERE for the brochure, register online wellesleyma.gov/recreation.  Classes are Mondays 10-11 am.

Classes at Roots and Wings have changed times!  They will be now be at 12:30 pm on Mondays.  Email me to have a Monday lunchtime HOOPFEST at [email protected]!

This makes Mondays a great start to your week!

Everyday we are forced to be prim and proper.  As we grow into adulthood we forget that play is needed for a healthy mind and body.  We lose site of letting go to the confinements of the traditional society.  We have social obligation to let our unique and genuine dance flow and to be at peace with how amazing we truly are.  I never want to forget that life is a journey, let our energy mingle and lead an inspired life. Every day, every moment, every breath.