Struggling to make peace with your body? You’re not alone. Many folks try to become something they’re not, and then feel like a failure when they don’t live up to society’s arbitrary (and unreachable) beauty standards.
The truth is, you don’t have to lose weight or torture yourself with exercise to get a body you love. You can build unshakable confidence and live life on your own terms. I’m here to show you how.
If you’re tired of feeling self-conscious about your body, if you find yourself putting off your “real life” until you lose weight, or if you’re curious about body positivity and whether it’s possible for you, you need to join the Body Positive Rebellion.
I’m the founder of Body Positive Yoga, where I teach accessible, adaptive yoga practice for people with bodies of all shapes, sizes, and abilities.
Through my membership community, the Body Positive Clubhouse, I coach folks on how to make peace with their bodies and build unshakable confidence.
I know what it’s like to struggle with low self-image, disordered eating, and the shame that comes with feeling that I’m not enough. I’ve been there. I also know what it’s like to fully inhabit my body. To accept myself—fully human—and to live out loud without shame or apology.
I’m here to tell you: your body is not a problem to be solved. It’s time to make the most of the one life you’ve got. Your body is waiting!
“I learned so much more about my body today, things that will change my practice for years to come. I’ve spent four years taking baby steps towards body acceptance and today provided me with a giant leap in that direction. Thank you Amber Karnes for sharing your knowledge and your laughter. Today was amazing.” Shawna
“By joining the Body Positive Clubhouse, I have realized that it is ok to start where I am. I’m doing short videos and just taking it all in. I feel confident that I will continue to learn and grow in my practice because of the gentle guidance that Amber provides. I wish life was a Body Positive Clubhouse!” Aundrea
“I have noticed myself responding not reacting so much & when I do react to situations quite often (not always!) I recognise that I’m reacting & I can tell myself to calm down and take a pause. Brilliant!
And even if I only do a short practice…my body says thank you & sings for a while afterwards. When I’m practicing consistently I make better choices in regard to food & other life things. And that’s a big win!” Lee