Mimi Kuo Deemer

Mimi has been a lover of the movement arts since a young age, when her mother put her in ballet school for walking with turned-in toes. An author and teacher of both students and other teachers for over 20 years, she champions the balance of playfulness and precision as the best way forward in life, and never underestimates how sitting, breathing and conscious movement can provide the clearest and most compassionate perspective on the messy, complex and often unpredictable job of being human.
Originally from Tucson, Arizona, Mimi lived in China for over 14 years. In 2002, she co-founded Yoga Yard, Beijing’s first and leading yoga studio, which she co-directed for seven years before moving to the UK.   She now l ives in the British countryside, and teaches in person at London’s triyoga, and online at movementformodernlife.com.

Mimi is a graduate of Stanford University and SOAS, University of London, where she earned a masters with distinction in 2016 in Traditions of Yoga and Meditation.  She has published a number of yoga and qigong DVDs/videos

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