About Us




About Us

Located in Flower Mound, Texas, just a few miles northwest of Dallas, FlowMo Yoga provides a unique approach to the yoga experience. Our mission is to help facilitate “getting the flow back” in our lives.


Meet Karen Bradford


I am a lifelong resident of Flower Mound (FloMo), and I believe that yoga found me at a time I needed it most. After battling serious health issues for several years, I found that medication was not providing solutions or cures to my problems. I lacked the stamina and strength to maintain the lifestyle I needed and wanted. While I make no claim that yoga has cured me, I have experienced a dramatic improvement in my overall health, mobility, and balance after just a few years of practicing yoga. I actually feel better now than I have in decades.

I am eager to share the joy that can be found in yoga. I am amazed at the number of people who tell me they want to do yoga, but they are not flexible enough. Some don’t want to try because they don’t believe they have a “yoga body.” Everybody – every body – can benefit from the practice.

My initial plan was to teach primarily geriatric yoga. Over the next 30 years, our elderly population is expected to double what it is today. Many health problems affecting the elderly are due to sedentary lifestyles. Practicing yoga can help prevent or improve problems such as osteoporosis, arthritis, poor blood circulation, and poor balance.

As my own yoga practice has grown, I have developed a desire to share the many benefits with everyone I meet. I teach a yoga class to the teachers and staff at my school, many of whom suffer from chronic pain. The daily stressors from teaching school and then going home to care for our families negatively impact our physical, mental, and emotional health.

I am a Registered Yoga Teacher – 200 hours (RYT 200) certified through Yoga Alliance. I received my training at Blue Anjou Yoga and Meditation Center in Lewisville, Texas in 2015. I am CPR certified and have had training in teaching yoga for cancer patients. Soon to be retired from a 32-year career in teaching elementary and middle school students in Lewisville ISD, I look forward to focusing my time and energy on cultivating a community of students who advocate for their own health and wellness.

My goal through FlowMo Yoga is to empower you to create your own home practice or learn the basic foundations so that you can enjoy larger classes without feeling intimidated. Regain the strength and balance that you once enjoyed.

Education:
B.S. in Education – University of North Texas
M.Ed. (minor in math) – University of North Texas

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Located in Flower Mound, Texas, just a few miles northwest of Dallas, FlowMo Yoga provides a unique approach to the yoga experience. Our mission is to help facilitate “getting the flow back” in our lives.


Meet Karen Bradford


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I am a lifelong resident of Flower Mound (FloMo), and I believe that yoga found me at a time I needed it most. After battling serious health issues for several years, I found that medication was not providing solutions or cures to my problems. I lacked the stamina and strength to maintain the lifestyle I needed and wanted. While I make no claim that yoga has cured me, I have experienced a dramatic improvement in my overall health, mobility, and balance after just a few years of practicing yoga. I actually feel better now than I have in decades.

I am eager to share the joy that can be found in yoga. I am amazed at the number of people who tell me they want to do yoga, but they are not flexible enough. Some don’t want to try because they don’t believe they have a “yoga body.” Everybody – every body - can benefit from the practice.

My initial plan was to teach primarily geriatric yoga. Over the next 30 years, our elderly population is expected to double what it is today. Many health problems affecting the elderly are due to sedentary lifestyles. Practicing yoga can help prevent or improve problems such as osteoporosis, arthritis, poor blood circulation, and poor balance.

As my own yoga practice has grown, I have developed a desire to share the many benefits with everyone I meet. I teach a yoga class to the teachers and staff at my school, many of whom suffer from chronic pain. The daily stressors from teaching school and then going home to care for our families negatively impact our physical, mental, and emotional health.

I am a Registered Yoga Teacher – 200 hours (RYT 200) certified through Yoga Alliance. I received my training at Blue Anjou Yoga and Meditation Center in Lewisville, Texas in 2015. I am CPR certified and have had training in teaching yoga for cancer patients. Soon to be retired from a 32-year career in teaching elementary and middle school students in Lewisville ISD, I look forward to focusing my time and energy on cultivating a community of students who advocate for their own health and wellness.

My goal through FlowMo Yoga is to empower you to create your own home practice or learn the basic foundations so that you can enjoy larger classes without feeling intimidated. Regain the strength and balance that you once enjoyed.

Education:
B.S. in Education – University of North Texas
M.Ed. (minor in math) – University of North Texas

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