Sewing Yoga is a therapeutic yoga program designed to alleviate the aches, pains and stress associated with sewing. Created by Certified Yoga Therapist and avid sewist, Kat Robinson. Learn how deep breathing and gentle stretching can get you through those marathon sewing sessions. Most poses can be done sitting at your sewing station. You will also learn hand stretches for those who hand sew, quilt, knit or any other hand stitching. You will get tips on how to ergonomically set up your sewing


"To my Sewing Sisters!! I had an online yoga session with Dr. Robinson and she helped my upper back which was locked up from sewing masks. There’s a lot of info here about body alignment and especially CHAIRS! Enjoy!" ~ Robin Jean




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Sewing Yoga

Dr.Kat Robinson is the founder and CEO of Active Kat Yoga and Energy Rejuvenation Center. Since it's opening in 2002 Active Kat Yoga and Energy Rejuvenation Center is one of the premier yoga studios in South East Missouri. 

Her core wellness beliefs are established in a mindset of bio-individuality. That what works for one may not work for the next. She also believes that the word "integrative" speaks it all, she does not prefer one modality of health care over the other. She believes that traditional allopathic medicine and alternative/complimentary medicine can work hand in hand to give you a full view of your health making you an active participant in your own well being. 

Dr. Robinson is a Traditional Naturopathic Practitioner, Certified Yoga Therapist, Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher, and an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach. She has specialized training in Integrative Oncology Yoga at MD Anderson Cancer Center and is a graduate of the Institute of Integrative Nutrition. She is also the lead instructor and director of the Active Kat Yoga Registered Yoga School and is a member school of the International Association of Yoga Therapists.

She and her husband, Brett have renovated a 100+ year old commercial building into their wellness center and have an apartment upstairs. A mother of 3 (with 3 inlaw children) and grandmother of 4, she knows the importance of not only obtaining but also maintaining good health. Since the centers opening she has helped numerous students and clients get on the path of good health and is ready to support you on your path of wellbeing.