About



“Everyone you meet is dealing with something you know nothing about.
Be kind. Always”

studied with


Certified RYT-200
E-RYT500 Mark Balfe-Taylor
TruFusion RYS, Las Vegas


Certified Yoga Trapeze Instructor
E-RYT500 Lucas Rockwood
YogaBody Fitness RYS, Barcelona


Certified Yin Instructor
 —E-RYT500 Addie deHilster
Spiral Path Yoga, Los Angeles
—Master Paulie Zink

The Yin Yoga Institute


Certified Trigger Point Instructor
Jess Manning, Master Trainer
TriggerPoint, Salt Lake City


classes


I’m certified in several different styles of yoga (but hot yoga is my first love):


hot yoga

vinyasa flows

aerial yoga

yin yoga

myofascial release


Also, during Summer, free all-levels outdoor community classes where you can bring your partner, a friend, your Mum to participate or just watch from the sidelines with the kids and the dog. Read more about the different class offerings on the Yoga menu

reviews


“Love how I feel after Kate’s class. She’s an amazing teacher. Easy to understand and encouraging to her students. Challenging class but it’s a good sweat.”


“Kate is always great!!”


“Kate is awesome! She remembers all of the new people and helps out so much!”


“Loved the class even though it was challenging for me. Kate explained and directed each pose and flow really well. Definitely would take her class again.”


So HOT! but an amazing stretch and very peaceful environment”

why I do yoga


The initial attraction, the motivation for that first class, was all about the physical aspects. To get stronger and more flexible, to learn the power contained in a simple breath and to learn to connect with my body.

It’s still my primary motivation but I’ve found that yoga helps me navigate life. That getting better at doing yoga is a bonus—the real magic is how yoga helps me get better at life.

I’m learning to resist self criticism and self judgement. To find gratitude and acceptance. To believe in myself. To be my own best friend (because I am the only one guaranteed to be by my side on this lifelong journey). To find my power, both physical and mental.