Please join us for an afternoon of radical acceptance. We will be doing a body positive yoga class, taught by the founder of Big Booty Yoga, followed by an interactive lesson in how to nourish your body in a positive and mindful approach, taught by our JWI community member Sally Lautman.
Snacks will be provided. Please wear comfortable clothes to practice yoga. Feel free to bring a mat if you have but mats will be provided.
$10 for members / $15 for non-members
Kady Lafferty is the creator of Big Booty Yoga, a body positive yoga movement. A Denver- native, she is an devoted and passionate yoga practitioner and teacher having completed her 500 Hour Advanced Teaching Training at The River Yoga Studio.
Kady puts a modern & light-hearted twist on yogic philosophy to make it applicable and relatable to the modern day yogi. Her classes often have an upbeat flow with a hearty side of humor and self-love. She jokes and says she's breaking the yoga stereotype one chubby chaturanga at a time! Kady is affable, approachable, energetic and always the first one to lean into a hug.
Sally Lautman received her bachelor’s degree in nutritional sciences from Penn State University and then went on to complete a dietetic internship at Virginia Tech. As a registered dietitian, she served as a nutrition consultant and community nutrition educator in New Jersey for three years. Sally then completed her second credential as a functional medicine nutritionist (Next Level Functional Nutrition) and began her private practice Nourished Roots Nutrition in Denver, Colorado.
She has pledged her support to the Health at Every Size movement and trains her clients in intuitive eating. As a Dietitian Nutritionist, Sally looks to optimize health, and take the focus away from weight loss. Sally takes a deeper dive into clients’ nutritional status by looking into eating habits, life history, signs and symptoms, and their unique genomic makeup. By looking at factors that may impact absorption of nutrients, the use of nutrients by body systems, and nutritional imbalances, Sally looks at the root causes or triggers that may be contributing to health challenges. There is no “one size fits all” approach, which is why Sally takes the time to listen to each client’s story, review lab work, and provide guidance through the science of metabolism and how nutrition affects body processes.
Sally currently lives in Denver, Colo., where she loves being creative and enjoying outdoor adventures of life with her husband, Yoni.