Katrina’s journey with movement began in 1992 when she committed to a lifetime of dance through classical ballet. Her long-standing relationship with ballet landed her a position with a ballet company, which required a lot of time and dedication.
In 2003 she experienced her first yoga class and from then on has added yoga into her physical practice. For Katrina, Yoga has given her a deeper sense of balance and health, as well as opening the doors of inner alignment through body mind and spirit. Recently, Katrina discovered she had an unknown back injury for most of her life and became aware of the importance of how fragile the body is even within the gentle practice of yoga. She takes listening to one’s body very seriously and encourages that each person discovers their bodies unique talents and boundaries. She wants to provide a space for her students to grow a relationship with themselves, built on awareness and care that can be taken from the mat into their daily lives.
Outside the studio Katrina is most passionate about enjoying life, whether through food, dance, music, art, or connecting with people and nature. She loves cats and laughing with her family.