Kelly Callahan Black
Kelly Callahan Black grew up playing competitive sports locally in Moraga, California. Her ongoing passion for yoga and Pilates has taught her that physical fitness, strength and endurance can come from exercise that is not competitive or negatively created. Positive conscious movement at all levels is harmonious for more than just the body.
Kelly holds an MFA in Acting from the Actors Studio/The New School in NYC and is a gifted singer-songwriter. She has taught yoga, Pilates and the healing arts for the past 13 years. She did her advanced Pilates training through Balanced Body University with renowned Pilates innovator Elizabeth Larkam, and at the ABsolute Center in Lafayette.
Kelly brings warmth, love and humor to her teaching with a strong emphasis on building community. She instructs both private and group Pilates sessions, prenatal Pilates, mat Pilates and Kundalini Yoga. Kelly owns and operates Indigo together with her husband, Eric Black.
Kelly Callahan Black instructs the following:
With 8 classes per week, Indigo is proud to offer more Kundalini Yoga than any other studio in the East Bay! Transformative, healing, life changing, a total body workout... these are some of the words used to describe this practice.
The beauty of it is that whoever you are, whatever your physical condition, whatever challenges you face, Kundalini Yoga can help you to heal and overcome them. It works through a synergistic blend of physical postures for strength, flexibility, glandular and nervous system balance; breathing practices that calm and focus the mind, relieving stress and anxiety; and mantra work that has the power to give you an experience of your expanded potential as a human being.
Whether you're a seasoned Yogi or brand new, Kundalini Yoga is an adaptable system for all levels; one that will not only take you to your physical edge, but help you become your personal best in life.
Note: Your Group Reformer Class is located at 1564 Palos Verdes Mall in our Pilates studio. If you are new to Pilates and/or new to Indigo, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
prior to signing up for your first group. Basic knowledge of Pilates equipment technique (with recent experience) and/or a minimum of 3 private sessions are required for group participation.
Group Reformer Classes can be fun and social, intensely rigorous, or deeply relaxing—usually all of the above. Because Indigo class sizes are small—no more than 6 students—you’ll receive quality instruction tailored to your body’s needs.
Our groups are open level; however, once we know your particular needs and preferences, we can recommend those groups that will fit you best.
Vinyasa Yoga Fusion
An inspired and challenging Vinyasa practice with attention to core strengthening. Be prepared to sweat and listen to great music! Some yoga experience recommended. Open to all levels.