When she’s not making music, Kodlick works as a certified yoga instructor and founder of Lizard Toes Yoga where she soothes the mind and the body.
“My two passions — yoga and music — go so perfectly together. It’s a match made in heaven. Occasionally Anthony will perform live music during my yoga classes, which is a great treat for me and the students. Such an ethereal experience,” she said.
With a face meant for a CD cover and a voice that lends itself perfectly to almost any style of music, Kodlick is more than just a musician who plays the guitar and sings a few songs; music is her life and her love. And she loves to share her songs with people who appreciate all that music has to offer.
Even when they’re playing cover songs, the duo delivers them with artistic integrity and with all their hearts.
“We just play good songs. We’re not married to any one form. We both are educated, professional musicians and that allows us to open the doors to many possible styles. Anthony and I often take long road trips, whether it’s to gigs or to visit friends and family and as we listen to the radio, we write down songs we hear that would be good to cover,” she said. “It just has to be a good song. It may be a rock song or a disco song or some forgotten-about folk song from 1957. It doesn’t matter, it just has to be a well-crafted song that speaks to people.”
Free yoga, atmospheric music
In addition, The Weis Center for the Performing Arts will host yoga led by Kodlick accompanied by atmospheric music on Tuesday from noon to 1 p.m. in the Weis Center lobby.
The event is free and open to the public; pre-registration is not required. Participants are asked to come early and bring their own mat.
Rob Schwimmer will accompany on the piano and Llamano will accompany on the theremin.
Kodlick will guide a one-hour session of rejuvenating, vinyasa style yoga, suited for all experience levels. Beginners are welcome.