It was more for physical reasons that Kat first tried yoga at a fitness gym back in 2007. She took a few classes and stopped going when life got busy. Fast forward to 2011, she accepted a job offer and moved abroad. The first few months were fun until the fast-paced environment started to take a toll on her. She started to look for ways to find personal balance and decided to give yoga another try. All it took was one class and she was hooked. Her regular practice helped her become more centered, grounded and physically strong. It was then that she learned the importance of “breathing” and the true meaning of being “present”. It also inspired her to live a healthier lifestyle.
Wanting to deepen her practice and share her passion for yoga, she quit her job and signed up for All Yoga Thailand’s 200-Hour Ashtanga Vinyasa Teacher Training. She completed her training last October 2014 in Koh Samui, Thailand under the guidance of Annie Au, David Lertsin, Vari Morales and Edson Ramos. She still continues to learn from her everyday practice, through other teachers, students and inspirations.
In every class, she aspires to share the gift of yoga with others and hopes that it touches their lives the way it did hers.