Active Kat Yoga and Energy Rejuvenation Center





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The intention of Active Kat Yoga and Energy Rejuvenation Center is to provide a safe,

encouraging environment to help our students and clients reach their individual goals.

Whether it is stress management, weight loss, health related issues or to improve your game,

we have a program that is right for you.

As Ripley County's premier mind/body center our community is quite diverse, representing all

shapes and sizes, socio-economic backgrounds, and physical abilities providing the basis of

our philosophy of bio-individuality, that what works for one person may not work for the next

person. We help you discover your true you.

Our mind/body exercise classes range from Gentle Restorative Yoga for Health to powerful

Hatha Vinyasa as well as, Pilates, Barre and Aerial Yoga for both adults and children.

However, each class does have one thing in common, to help you create more balance and an

open heart in your everyday life and in all you do.

We also offer healing arts such as Yoga Therapy, Meditation,

Qigong, Reiki, Oxygen Detox Copper Foot Soaks with

Marma Point Reflexology, EFT and ChromoTherapy.

 Our health coaching programs offer one on one and group counseling to give support and

keep you on track. Together we will find a plan that's right for you, including nutrition,

exercise, relaxation and we will be there to offer support and guidance. Our clients who work

with a health coach are twice as likely to meet their goals.

Our center is located in the historical downtown district of Doniphan, MO within walking

distance to Current River.


Due to Covid - 19 we are only holding private yoga, yoga therapy

and health coaching sessions in house or we can do them online at  our HIPPA compliant telehealth site



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Is That Your Gut Leaking?





 "All disease begins in the gut" ~ Hippocrates

 Whether Hippocrates' statement is 100% true is still up for debate, however, we cannot argue the fact that many chronic conditions are directly related to our gut health.


When our intestinal wall is healthy it is impermeable and forms a tight barrier from the blood stream.

Leaky Gut Syndrome or "intestinal permeability," is a condition in which the lining of the small intestine becomes damaged, causing undigested food particles, toxic waste products, and bacteria to "leak" through the lining of the intestine and flood the blood stream. Research evidence is mounting that this may trigger inflammation and changes in the gut flora, our normal intestinal microbiome, which is showing a link in the developement of chronic disease.

So who gets it and why? Most of us have a degree of leaky gut just because of our societal lifestyles. Evidence shows that is can be genetic, but more and more evidence is showing that the Standard American Diet, alcohol, and stress play a major role in its development and severity. 

Some common symptoms of Leaky Gut Syndrome are 

Chronic diarrhea, constipation, gas or bloating

Nutritional deficiencies

Poor immune system

Brain fog, headaches, memory loss

Excessive Fatigue

Skin rashes

Cravings for sugar or carbs

Joint pain

and many others

What can we do about it? First off, it is really, really important to take good care of your digestive system, after all it is where our immune system begins.

I always recommend taking a food sensitivity test and eliminating even the mildly reactive foods that can be increasing inflammation.

Eliminate sugar, caffeine, alcohol, and all processed foods. Eating only green leafy vegetables, whole grains, and lean protein. I also recommend taking a good probiotic (yogurt isn't enough, sorry), some L-glutamine to heal the intestinal track and also the use of bone broth and collagen to reseal the gut lining.

Schedue your FREE consultation with me and learn how to improve your digestion!


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