CATIE received her 200-hour certification from the Integral Yoga Institute in 2005 while residing at the Satchidananda Ashram (Yogaville) in Buckingham, VA. She has taught over 4000 hours of yoga earning her the designation of E-RYT 200 (Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher). Catie is a Certified Personal Trainer and also holds the designation of RCYT (Children's Yoga Teacher) and is a trainer for Kidding Around Yoga. Catie was first introduced to yoga as a teenager, but began practicing regularly while on a backpacking trip through New Zealand. While living at Yogaville from 2004 - 2005, she immersed herself in yoga, meditation, and seva (service), and had the honor of serving at the LOTUS (Light of Truth Universal Shrine). Catie's passion for all forms of movement create a unique blend of strength, consciousness, and creativity in her classes. Her teaching style combines mindful and artistic exploration of asana (poses) while incorporating the eight limbs of yoga into each practice. Most of all, Catie enjoys making yoga accessible to all and helping each student to nurture a healthy relationship with their body, mind, and spirit.
CHELSEA completed her 200 hour yoga teacher certification in fall 2017 with Now Power Yoga in Larkspur, California and shortly thereafter became certified as a barre instructor through the International Ballet Barre Fitness Association [IBBFA]. Chelsea has also completed the IBBFA "Barre for Special Populations" certification focusing on how to safely instruct clients of all ages affected by different medical consideration and recently completed her Kids Yoga Teacher certification through Latitude.
As a high school and collegiate athlete, Chelsea always understood the important of movement and athletic pursuit but knew that she was missing a key piece of mindfulness which led her to yoga. The ability to combine movement and breath into a whole body practice keeps her coming back to the mat time and time again. Chelsea is driven to share her passion for movement with all of her clients and thrives on being able to interact with clients in a positive and meaningful way. Chelsea also holds a Masters in Public Health from George Washington University. She believes that our health is intimately connected with our environment and that a healthy dose of movement each day is key to optimal health.
Chelsea and her husband reside in Stafford with their fluffy and lovable Yellow Labrador Wally. She enjoys National Parks, fall weather, travel, cross stitch, and cookies.
KRISTINE is a 200-hour Registered yoga teacher with the Yoga Alliance, she completed her training in June 2019 at The Yoga Foundation of Fredericksburg. She has been practicing yoga since 2012. Kristine has a passion for travel, adventure and all things Disney. Working in the medical field, she aims to one day combine yoga, wellness and western medicine for her patients.Kristine loves to share the gift of yoga with everyone and enjoys teaching a variety of yoga styles. Her aim is to teach a safe and fun class because yoga is for everybody and every body. Her thirst for knowledge has her eyeing many more yoga centered training in the future.
MADISON received her 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training certification in January 2020. She began practicing yoga in 2014 as a means of self help to ease anxiety and depression. Since then, she’s become an advocate for mental health and positive body image through the beautiful practice of yoga. She believes that if yoga was able to help her through her dark times and teach her mindfulness, it is able to do the same for everyone. Yoga is for everybody & for every BODY, is her motto. She has a strong interest for astrology, spirituality, and anything to do with outer space. She is an animal lover and lover of travel. Her main intention is to make her classes friendly and accessible to all levels, through offering modifications and including prop usage. 4 words to describe Madison are funny, friendly, quirky, and free-spirited. If you’d enjoy a giggle or two in your practice, Madison is the teacher for you.
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MAGGIE began practicing yoga, under the guidance of her doctor, to increase balance in her life. While the physical challenges always bring Maggie to her mat, the mental benefits are what led her to complete the 200-hour teacher training at Latitude in the Spring of 2017. The "perfectly imperfect" practice of yoga inspires Maggie to continue learning, and teaching allows her to give back to the community that has shown her so much love and support. As a teacher, Maggie's intention is to empower students on their mat so they can live yoga off their mat.
MARCHÉ With a passion for self care, Marché took the leap to serve herself and others through her yoga certification in early 2019. Through her years of being a student, she learned how yoga truly transforms a person into their divine self through devotion and focus. Since becoming certified, she’s committed her practice to provide accessibility to under-represented communities. She has made it a staple in her teaching to promote self love and determination to work through one’s past. While she devotes her free time to serving her family and community, she strives to maintain the same effort to her own practice.
MONICA teaches a variety of yoga formats: power yoga, family yoga, yoga for seniors, restorative yoga and more. In the Fall of 2018 she began her Yoga Teacher Training and started volunteering at her church teaching yoga in February 2019. In April 2019 she earned her CYT-200 hour yoga certification through Yax Yoga Concepts. Monica feels grateful to have learned the style of yoga that she teaches, a scientific-based approach at opening the body in the safest way possible, stretching the myofascial lines making her classes applicable for everyone. Her goal is for her students to leave class feeling strong, calm and centered.
Monica found yoga after years of suffering from chronic pain. She fell in love with the practice when she noticed that yoga not only eliminated her chronic pain but also enabled her to grow emotionally and spiritually supporting her mental health as well. Monica so greatly believes in the power of yoga to transform your life that she has made it her passion in life to teach others. Monica’s goal is to show that everybody can benefit from having a regular yoga practice in their lives. The positive mental and physical benefits stretch far beyond the mat and Monica loves sharing her personal testimony of how yoga has allowed her to live pain free on levels: physically, mentally & spiritually. She has enjoyed watching her own family, her husband and three children, benefit from incorporating yoga/mediation in their lives. She believes we have been given all the
tools in life to be the best version of ourselves and yoga is an invaluable tool to have.
Monica also holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, is a doTERRA Wellness Advocate, loves astrology, digs rocks and stones, and views life as an adventure enjoying all the manifestations of her reality.
Rene’ retired from the Marine Corps in 2015 after completing 17 years. In 2017, Rene’ completed her Group fitness certification through Aerobics and Fitness Association of America. Then, on April 1, 2020 Rene completed her Bachelor of Science, in Sports and Health Sciences.
For the past 10 years Rene has selflessly valued her affinity with yoga and its existential relationship between mind, body, and spirit. Since 2016 she has been a Personal Trainer and Group Fitness instructor. She designed and taught a cardio sculpt class (incorporating body resistance and dumbbells}. She has a true passion for group fitness! She also currently teaches a variety of classes, from Barre, Barre HIIT, Cardio Barre, Barre Core, Bootcamp classes, variations of her Power sculpt class, to a variety of Kid Fit classes.
Rene’s classes are fun, physical, and accessible for “any” “body" – Even Yours!