Santosa means contentment in sanskrit. Our vision for Santosa Healing Arts Studio reflects just that–a place that brings contentment to others, a feeling of being and having enough. It is an intentional space for healing, education, and creativity. Yoga and a variety of workshops are offered that inspire, nurture, and encourage inner growth as well as foster community engagement in a safe and comfortable environment.
The studio is located four miles from the historic courthouse in Pittsboro. Kim, along with her husband Mike, their dogs, cats and bees call their eleven acres in Chatham County “their little bit of paradise”. Often you can find Mike suited up and heading out to their apiary to check on the honeybees. Beekeeping is a hobby and passion for Mike, and he maintains active hives on the property. No worries though; the hives are distant from studio.
About Kim Campbell
Kim Campbell has been practicing yoga for the past eleven years. She received her teacher training at Asheville Yoga and Heart of Yoga in Carrboro and has attended many workshops over the years. She has practiced weekly with teacher and mentor Cathy Holt who was instrumental in inspiring her to pursue teaching and sharing yoga with others. Kim expresses much gratitude to all of her teachers throughout life.
She retired from a career as a physician assistant in Raleigh, a profession she has enjoyed for the past seventeen years. Kim has always believed in a holistic approach to health. Over the years she has learned to appreciate how traditional medicine and holistic medicine compliment each other to produce a better outcome and state of health for an individual. Yoga is just one of many healing arts that can be incorporated into a healthy lifestyle.
Santosa Healing Arts Studio
126 Ruby Red
Moncure, NC 27559