About Kathryn Holt

Kathryn’s intention is to help people live more peacefully, effectively, and powerfully in their bodies and lives. She offers experiential and present-centered treatment that engages and affirms the whole person in order to build full and satisfying lives. One of her practices and passions is Qoya, which is a movement system in which movement guides us to remember that we are wise, wild, and free. She is also trained in several psychotherapeutic modalities and offers Inbodied Insight which draws on the wisdom of shamanic energy healing and psychotherapy.
anger

Last night I saw a screening of Suffragette at Colorado University here in Boulder co-hosted by The Woman’s Network. I experienced a flood of emotions, memories, and gratitude for the brave people who saw a dream on the horizon and pushed towards it. I was startled at the realization that it hasn’t been that long since…

Patience vs Waiting

One of my favorite rituals is drawing oracle cards in the morning for insight into my day or when I’m faced with a challenging situation and need some extra guidance. The past few weeks the “patience” card keeps coming up for me. And every time I sigh with frustration and resignation. I feel like a…

tame

There’s a lot of talk these days about being wild, untamed women (and people). I love these conversations and at the same time I think there is a common misunderstanding that “wild” means reckless, unhindered by relationships, off the grid. And at times it might mean just that. However, I prefer to think of wild…

pleasure

Remembering Pleasure I read recently that we are 10 times more likely to buy something that promises to decrease our pain versus something that increases pleasure (thank you, Kitty Cavalier). I see this orientation towards pain in my psychotherapy practice. It’s so easy to identify the absence of pain versus the presence of pleasure. For…

bigbody

Learning to Love your Bigger Body This past weekend I was in New York gathering with a group of over 300 women remembering how our body is the embodiment of the divine. Not figuratively, literally. In addition to the sun and moon and earth and trees, these limbs with blood and love coursing through them are…

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