Kimberly Page-Hannan has dreamed of assisting her community with movement and mindfulness for over 10 years since becoming educated in behavioral skills coaching and the intervention of Trauma Sensitive Yoga. After studying and working in neuropsychology since 2008, that dream came true here in Cullman, Alabama.

Kimberly and her husband, Dr. Alexander Hannan, moved to Cullman from Cleveland, Ohio, after Alex accepted a job with Cullman Primary Care as their sole Rheumatologist. After training and working at one of the best hospital systems in the world (The Cleveland Clinic), they moved to our supportive community to grow their family. Shortly after the two settled in Cullman, Kimberly knew this was the perfect location to open her yoga and wellness studio. On Saturday, May 7th, the couple will celebrate the GRAND OPENING of Manifest Yoga and Wellness.

Kimberly is an advanced yoga practitioner and the only behavioral health provider in Alabama with her own studio offering Trauma Sensitive. She was a competitive gymnastics coach for over 15 years, having trained in Olympic camps as a child, offering in-depth knowledge of physiology and advanced balancing skills and flexibility. Above all, she prides herself on working with people individually at their level and in groups to achieve the highest level of benefit in physical and mental health by providing Trauma Sensitive Yoga, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Mindfulness and Guided Meditation.

What are the uses for Trauma Sensitive Yoga and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy?

Trauma Sensitive Yoga is used for empirically-based intervention for complex, chronic trauma, PTSD, Fibromyalgia, Chronic Pain, Chronic Fatigue, and associated conditions. It is offered both individually and in pain management groups.

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, in a confidential 1-on-1 setting, is used for self-harm behaviors, chronic suicidal ideation, personality, attachment disorders, anxiety and sleep disorders, to name a few.

The goal is both interventions is to learn and practice behavioral skills that generalize from the studio, helping the client better handle life’s challenges. The body stores memories, and it is Kimberly’s job to help the client have new experiences based on conscious behavioral choices.

Manifest Yoga and Wellness offers a variety of classes, such as Vinyasa Yoga, Meditation, and Ashtanga, ranging from beginner to advanced Monday through Friday. In addition, on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month, you can visit the studio for a FREE class with your family. You are welcome to contact Kimberly at 256-595-7355 for more information and schedule a class or private lesson. Group classes are scheduled on the MoMoYoga App.

Make sure to visit Kimberly and Alex with Manifest Yoga and Wellness this Saturday at 11:00 A.M. for the grand opening for restfulness and relaxation. The moving meditation is titled “A Flow to Move Mountains” and is complete with opportunity for prayer and Christian rock. Join The Hannan’s as they help Cullman Manifest Wellness together.