I teach yoga in a small town in northern Pennsylvania.

I love corgis. Here’s Stellabella, my girl.

She’s a year and a half. I want about 10 more corgis, but it’s not feasible at this time.

I love to read and write and think and dream and take long walks with Stellabella.

I love to walk and talk. Not to Stellabella, but sometimes.

I like to walk and talk with humans.

I also love Yosemite, and fruit-forward Cabernets, and Haruki Murakami novels.

And gin.

I hate wind. And cold.

But I love soup and fireplaces and they are best when it’s cold. The wind is never welcome.

My favorite season is spring and my favorite colors are purple and butter yellow.

I like to cook. Especially soup.

My car is clean. Except the back seat where Stellabella rides on her upholstery-protecting dog thing. That thing is dirty in mud season.

My favorite words are defenestration, which means the action of throwing someone out of a window, and tweezers, just because I like the sound of it.

I like my sauna bag and intermittent fasting. I think those 2 things are the secret to my health and pain-free existence.

I love power yoga. I love doing it and teaching it. I especially love hot power yoga but I don’t teach hot power yoga because I don’t have the facilities for it.

I love Rehoboth Beach. That’s where I do hot power yoga, but only in the summer because what is more awesome that walking in from 90 degree weather into a 100 degree studio to practice hot yoga, right?

I wish I could figure out my “Why” for this blog, but something tells me that I’m going to have to write my way into it. And so that’s what I’m going to try to do.

20 thoughts on “About

  1. I LOVE THIS!!!! It’s making me LAUGH OUT LOUD!!! … and I LOVE the photo of you … JOY! JOY! JOY!!!!! It is SO BEAUTIFUL!!!!


  2. I knew we had a lot in common as I too am a capricorn! Clowns scare the hell out of me and the most calm place on the planet is on the beach early in the AM for me as well.

    Thanks for the great article about our experience working out together – we have only just begun. Lets hope we can keep it fun and jump rope like kids!


  3. I came across you this morning, as I learned in my iPod Touch Insight Timer app that you were among the 40 or 50 something people in this country (and a few others) that had sat with me, aware of our breathing, fragmentarily thoughtless and present… I then clicked in your Facebook link and email me your link to check it out later in my laptop… A few hours later, I had fun checking your web sites, the ones you list in your Facebook page, learning about your interesting and fun life. Thought you might find it amusing that somebody several hundreds miles from you, in Springfield IL, this venezuelan-gringo that I am, had come across your life in this way, and that a bit of my guilt was lift when I learned that somebody as productive as you seem to be needs 9 hours of sleep to function best!


    1. What a cool way to meet, Nelson! Thank you for your comment. It makes it feel really REAL that there are other people meditating together around the country and around the world. I love Insight Connect and especially that it connected us. ~K.


      1. it’s great you find it cool that we meet this way. I have continued reading your blog and find its name quite fitting, for it is truly a place of inspiration… one that makes you breath movingly… You are so right with your vision of the need to inspire one another. It’s kind of extending… or in any case it could be… it’s kind of extending the realm of meditation to a social level, ¿no?

        Yes! I so much agree with you with regard to the reality that “Insight Connect,” the people you are able to see in the world that are meditating at the very moment you are.. the reality it brings to one’s lonely meditation.

        I read some where in your inspired pages that one of your goals is (or was?) to learn Spanish. I have been teaching Spanish for many years now. Teaching adults Spanish is the one teaching I have realized I liked most, which is what I mostly do and I do it at home. My approach is mainly conversational. I have been thinking in expanding my teaching through Skype. If you are still interested in learning and/or improving your Spanish, and find Skype an interesting way of doing it, would you like to tried it with me? This is not a “individualized” ad. I won’t even charge you. I have never use Skype to teach, so it would be a good opportunity for me to test it. And I would certainly like to start trying it with the one who writes pages like those in this “Inspiration Location.”

        This is my email: nlaracarrero@gmail.com
        This is my Skype name: cabeza00


  4. This was a powerful and thought provoking About page… makes me think and wonder what I believe in. I look forward to reading more and following you along on your adventure. I too agree that travel transforms and that a hot bath is a recipe for all good things. Take care and happy blogging, Cheryl


    1. Hey Cheryl! Thanks for the thoughtful comments! I was just on your blog looking around and can’t wait to dive deeper into your archives. Your adventures are cah-razy, girl! Love the pics, too! Carry on, nomad! Kath

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  5. Hey Kath, didn’t know where best to leave this comment but go ahead and delete it after you read. Just wanted to let you know that for some reason, none of the links on your homepage have been working for me for the past week or so. Figured it might be at my end but every other blog, site, etc seems fine. I used to be able to get on your homepage and click recent posts to read, comment. like, etc., but now I can only get to them (individually, i.e. not just by scrolling down your homepage) through my WordPress reader. And links in your posts aren’t working from the homepage either–for instance, tried the ebags one and nothing; my cursor didn’t even read it as a link. Just wanted to let you know in case a bit of naughty code snuck in there somewhere. Forgive this long comment too if the problem is indeed just at my end. And have fun in Oregon!


    1. John, thanks so much for alerting me to this!! I preview and test my post before I hit publish and everything worked on my end last night but now that I go in and check, you are absolutely right. My sidebar widgets have disappeared (in addition to my comment box!) and my links are all dead. I have just submitted a support ticket to WordPress and hopefully all will be resolved shortly. Again, thanks for the heads-up! Really appreciate it! ~Kath

      On Wed, Jun 17, 2015 at 12:41 AM, Inspiration Location wrote:


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