In memory of Kelly Considine (March 17, 1965 – Jan. 11, 2013)
Kelly Considine was a beautiful, talented, loving yoga teacher who dedicated her life to helping others with cancer grow strong, find courage, laugh and heal through the powerful practice of yoga. She touched hundreds of people in NYC and beyond through her classes both public & private in New York City. She lead retreats for the Retreat Project and other non-profits. She dedicated her life to helping others. Moreover, her quest to find help for herself and others lead to her work with Tari Prinster in developing the yoga4cancer program.
Kelly passed away on January 11, 2013 after a 7 year battle with cancer. We thank her and honor her daily. To read the touching memories, thoughts and stories of Kelly from her students, colleagues, friends and the international yoga community, please see the ‘Every Step with Grace‘ blog post.
What is the Kelly Considine Scholarship?
Over the past 3 years, we have launched a series of scholarships to immortalize Kelly’s passion and dedication for helping other survivors find strength, well-being and health through yoga. During her life, she helped hundreds of cancer survivors. Through these scholarships, she will help thousands. See past recipients: 2013 Recipients; 2015 Recipients; 2016 and 2017 – Underdevelopment.
2018 Scholarship Opportunities & Applications
- Chicago – Closed.
- New York City (Spring) and Vermont Trainings – Application deadline EXTENDED. Up to $1,500 total in scholarships will be awarded for each location. Apply here.
Donate to the Kelly Considine Scholarship:
The Retreat Project: All donations & management of the Kelly Considine Scholarship will be administered through the Retreat Project (NY non profit) – a organization that Kelly helped create.