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My Story

The Journey

I'm Kendra Harnden, the owner and right now, the sole teacher at Indigo Crow Yoga.

I never planned to teach. I only wanted to learn more about yoga and grow my own practice.

After completing the 1st chapter of YogaFit training I found the only way to receive my certificate was to "practice teach" eight hours to students who would not normally take a yoga class. Enlisting the help of my co-workers, who were all enormously supportive through some interesting experiences, I got the certificate and was inspired to continue on. I've logged hundreds of learning hours and hold a 200-hour Yoga Alliance certification. In addition to basic yoga, I have training in pre & post-natal, Yoga Nidra, Yin, Seniors, and PTSD.


My husband and I have owned the historic downtown building at 212 S. Main for over 20 years. After evicting a tenant, it seemed logical to use the space while searching for a new occupant. Being downtown feels like home and as long as people come to class we will continue to use the space for yoga, making it more zen as class sizes grow.
212 S. Main will always be a work in progress, just like those of us who practice there.

Kendra Harnden is a 200 hour RYT

A Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT®) is a credential earned by yoga teachers whose training and teaching experience meet Yoga Alliance Registry Standards. A RYT must complete training with a Registered Yoga School (RYS®), be confirmed by RYS and keep current with Continuing Education and their annual fees.