Kat Farrants
Movement for Modern Life

Kat Farrants is sole Founder of Movement for Modern Life, the UK’s online yoga and wellbeing platform, the ’Netflix of Yoga’ (vogue). She is known as the ‘Fresh Face of Wellbeing’ by Vogue Magazine. She has been featured in the Daily Mail, Vogue, the Sunday Times, the Telegraph on Sunday, the Mail on Sunday’s YOU magazine, Health and Fitness magazine, Psychologies, Red, Homes and Gardens and numerous other publications as a thought leader on yoga. Kat’s well-read Newsletters are a feature for subscribers to Movementformodernlife.com and she is Yoga Editor for Psychologies Magazine and a regular contributor to OM yoga magazine, Thrive Global and Huffington Post UK. She regularly speaks on panels and events and has spoken including for Psychologies magazine, Om Yoga Show, Health and Wellbeing Summit, Tech Open Air, Berlin and GoogleCampus and she is a Teacher Trainer on yoga teacher trainings teaching on ’the business of yoga’.  She is a thought leader on health, wellbeing and the use of tech to improve health.

Kat’s mission is to make mindful movement accessible. She is a firm believer in yoga in PJ’s. After a decade working in the city in corporate law, Kat truly knows how stressed, busy and overwhelming urban life can be. She teams up with the very best teachers in yoga, meditation, mindfulness and wellbeing from around the world to bring accessible tools for the toolbox for everyday life. Her mission is sharing the tools that have helped her to navigate through life’s challenges, and tried and tested tips for living a more healthy and sustainable life. Her loves are the natural world, she is a champion of the environment. conservation and woodland and in her spare time is a clicker trains her beloved Australian Shepherds.

Mindful Living Show Presentation

Saturday 16th March 2019

Time 12:00-12:30

"Taking Yoga off the Mat: What does making shapes help us with in modern life"

We all know that yoga is a series of postures made on a mat in a studio. Commonly meditation and mindfulness meditation are practiced cross legged in a peaceful room. But how do we bring the learnings we’ve made on our mat and our cushion into real life? Kat’s talk is about how our practice becomes a Movement.