Having dabbled in martial arts for a number of years, it wasn't until 2010 that Ken found yoga and immediately loved it. Continuing that love, he completed a 200-hour vinyasa yoga teacher training in 2011. In 2012, he was introduced to acro yoga and was fortunate enough to attend a weekend workshop with John Friend. In 2013, he completed a personal 1,000 day challenge. In 2014, he began Moksha Yoga teacher training and AcroYoga teacher training.
Through the solitude and tranquility he first discovered via cross-country running, this breath-awareness with physical conditioning is what he loves about yoga (especially if it involves inversions or arm balances). Extending beyond this individual practice lies his other passion: AcroYoga--being in the moment and in balance with another.
Previously working for Microsoft as a Software Design Engineer, Ken still writes computer software when he's not taking yoga classes or playing acro yoga.