Katie is formally trained in Kundalini yoga, Prajna yoga and Acroyoga. She completed her first yoga teacher training in 2008 in Kundalini yoga at the Yoga House, Washington DC with Elizabeth Greathouse. From 2010 - 2013, Katie completed her levels 1, 2 and immersion teacher trainings in AcroYoga with Jenny Sauer-Klein and Jason Nemer. More recently, Katie began studying Prajna yoga in 2012 with Surya Little, Tias Little and Linda Spackman and has since completed her 500 hour teacher training in this alignment-based Hatha lineage. Katie is overwhelmed with gratitude to have found her Prajna yoga teachers and is currently deepening her studies in Prajna yoga and yoga therapy.
Thai Massage is an ancient form of bodywork that incorporates acupressure, Ayurvedic principles and assisted yoga stretching. Traditional Thai massages can last up to 3 hours and work the entire body.
Katie has studied Thai Massage since 2008 with various students of Asokananda, and often incorporates Thai massage principles into her Western Medical practice. Most recently, Katie attended the Thai Massage Circus in Luang Prabang, Laos with teachers from the Sunshine Network. In addition to her extensive studies, Katie also offers workshops and intensives for beginner and intermediate students
Started by James Gordon, MD, The Center for Mind Body Medicine (CMBM) trains healthcare providers, educators and community leaders to teach children and adults simple, powerful self-care techniques to relieve stress and trauma. Katie completed both the beginner and advanced CMBM courses in 2013 and often utilizes these technieus in both her Eastern and Western medical practices. If you are looking for a Mind Body Skills Group, or interested in leading groups, please see their website www.cmbm.org for more information.