Dr. Kimberlee Bonura

Science is Complicated. Wellness Shouldn’t Be.

My mission is to translate scientific research into concrete, realistic strategies to help you build your best life.

My Story

I am an exercise scientist, with a PhD in Sport and Exercise Psychology from Florida State University. I’ve been practicing yoga since 1989 and teaching yoga, meditation, and fitness and wellness since 1996. As a researcher, a university faculty member, and a fitness instructor, my goal is to make fitness accessible—to make self-care enjoyable—and to help you live your best life. No tricks, no gimmicks, no expensive subscriptions: just concrete guidance with simple steps you can take to feel well physically, psychologically, and emotionally.

Your At Home Wellness

To support your wellness at home, I am posting new videos to YouTube as often as I can. Click Here to visit my channel, and if you like my content, please subscribe (and you’ll get updates when I post new videos!).

Yoga Credentials

With Yoga Alliance, I am an Experienced-Registered Yoga Teacher, a Continuing Education Provider, and a Certified Youth and Prenatal Yoga Teacher.
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With the International Association of Yoga Therapists, I am a Certified Yoga Therapist and an Approved Professional Development Provider.
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“When it comes to yoga and taking care of our bodies and souls, I regard Dr. Kimberlee Bonura as a world class thought leader and influencer. I love her approach to yoga because it combines compassion, knowledge of our anatomy and physiology, and effectiveness. Dr. Kimberlee embodies what she teaches and I believe this is a big part of her gift. She lives the practices. Anyone who learns yoga from Dr. Kimberlee will not only learn the poses, but also a new way of living in their bodies with balance, health, and harmony.”

Rosie Bank
Board Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach
Graduate Iyengar Yoga Institute
Founder, Health Matters Coaching (www.healthmatterscoaching.com)
Author, Health Matters (www.healthmattersbook.com)

“As a psychologist interested in an holistic approach to health and well-being, I am always looking for ways to assist my clients in reconnecting body, mind, and spirit.  Kimberlee’s classes have introduced me to an almost immediate ‘felt’ sense of being whole and connected.  This is definitely an approach to whole-health that I will recommend to my clients and that I will continue for myself.”

Marie Castiglione
Registered Psychologist, Member of Australian Psychological Society, Perth, Western Australia

Pelvic Yoga

Pelvic Yoga™ is an integrated practice of yoga and pelvic floor exercise, designed to support overall pelvic floor health. Great for men and women of all ages, in particular as complementary care during pre/post pregnancy, pre/post menopause, and to support prostate health.

Virginia Beach Pelvic Yoga Instruction

“Excellent yoga routine for strengthening the pelvic floor. Instructions are very clear and easy to follow and can easily be done by a someone who has had little or no previous yoga experience.”

“Pelvic Yoga really made a difference for me. Before, I had a tendency to tighten all my muscles – my calves, thighs, everything – and then I’d rush to the bathroom and I’d leak. Learning Pelvic Yoga made a difference. I calmed down, lifted my pelvic floor, and I didn’t leak!”

Chair Yoga

Chair Yoga is a gentle, adapted yoga practice, which makes yoga accessible to everyone, everywhere. Are you ready to feel the benefits of Chair Yoga?

“Chair Yoga encourages more people to try yoga.”

“This is the perfect Chair Yoga for those who cannot get on the floor or who have limited mobility. Kimberlee guides you through a series of Chair Yoga positions which gently stretch your body while you focus on your breathing. I highly recommend this DVD.”

“I have ALS. Although I can’t achieve full extension on many of the poses, I find the video to be very beneficial, especially the breathing. Thank you for your efforts in producing this wonderful product! Namaste.”

“Awesome routine! This routine is rigorous without being hard on joints. I have difficulty doing yoga on the floor, and I was pleasantly surprised that this routine made me work hard and not feel uncomfortable.”