Dr. Deb Kern, Health Scientist, Speaker, Sacred Shakti Sisterhood Guide, Creatrix of the PranaShakti Method
Dr. Deb Kern is a health scientist, visionary teacher and guide who is dedicated to helping women live divinely embodied lives. From the rainforest of Costa Rica to the foothills of the Himalayas to the south of India to the jungles of Bali to the shores of Maui to the interior of Mexico, Deb has traveled far and wide to study and apprentice with master teachers, shamans, yogis, herbalists and healers. Her varied studies and experiences have helped her evolve practices and tools that help women embody the divine feminine and live pleasurable, purposeful, spirit-infused lives
Dr. Deb’s years of practice as a nurse, health educator, personal trainer, yoga teacher, Nia teacher ayoga therapist combined with her life experiences have given her insights not found in books. She has observed, time and time again, that when we take actions in our own healing and become aware of the patterns that disconnect body and mind, miracles can occur in every area of our lives—and she adores inspiring others to experience these miracles.
She’s the author of "Everyday Wellness for Women" and "Create the Body Your Soul Desires", creatrix of a healing movement practice called PranaShakti™ Dance and the mom of an amazing young man.
Dr. Kern studied Nursing at Vanderbilt University and holds a B.A. and an M.B.A. from the University of Texas at Austin, as well as a Ph.D. in Health Sciences from Texas Woman’s University in Denton, Texas. In addition, she is a Black Belt Nia Teacher, a certified Integral Hatha Yoga Instructor, a Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapist, and a Mindful Change Coach.
She leads powerful classes in PranaShakti™, which is a conscious movement practice that combines elements from many forms of dance, Ayurveda, Kundalini Yoga and Hatha Yoga to remove energy blocks, liberate trapped energy, reconnect mind and body, reawaken creativity, express emotions, pray with the body and ultimately come home to peace, love and freedom. You can expect to sweat, laugh, cry and be set free. You can find out more here.
I respectfully acknowledge that I live, work and play with my family on the unceded Stl'atl'imc and Lil'wat territory.