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Kat is immensely grateful to be a student and teacher of Prana Flow Yoga. From an early age, she has been intensely curious about what it means to be alive in a body on this planet. This curiosity led her to explore embodiment, connectivity and experience through many practices and studies, including long distance running, many forms of dance, literature from all over the world, and several languages. After dabbling with yoga for several years, Kat fell in love with the practice while studying mystical Spanish texts as a graduate student at Georgetown University. During this time, she was blessed to study with local dc Prana Flow teachers who would eventually inspire her to study with Shiva Rea, an act that would change her life. After much study and practice both on and off the mat, Kat realized that she was more passionate about experience than analysis and decided to dedicate herself to leading others into deeper connection with themselves and with their world. Today, Kat continues to dedicate herself through continuous practice in many settings: on the mat both at home and with master teachers, with sacred texts, teaching, and in everyday life.
Kat’s Prana Flow classes are radiant invitations for students to create more strength and space in their bodies while deepening their understanding of aliveness and embodiment of their whole selves in the world. As students find the energetic alignment of asana through the connection of breath and movement, they unite and enliven body, breath, and spirit.