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live with love and compassion.

With yoga, we use the poses to get into our bodies — not the other way around.


Yoga is the closest thing to magic I have discovered so far. It is healing and growth; vulnerability and strength; woven together with threads of ancient wisdom. There is always more to learn, always more to discover about the Self.


I began practicing yoga in eating disorder treatment, and it has led me down a path of complete recovery. Yoga was the first type of movement that allowed me to connect with my body, independent from what it looks like. It was the first time I discovered what it means to move my body out of love, rather than out of a desire to change it. Yoga let me come home to myself, and it is for this reason that I became a yoga instructor.


I teach through themes of nature, love, and empowerment. Every class has a different theme, and no two classes contain the same sequence of poses. I teach from the heart, and I meet my students where they are. My teaching focuses on the alignment and purpose of each posture, building poses from the ground up.  My classes are a space for anyone and everyone — whether you are brand new to yoga, a seasoned yogi, or anywhere in between. Yoga is for every body. My goal in teaching yoga is to create a compassionate space where each student feels accepted, capable, and loved; because you are.


Ram Dass said, “We are all walking each other home.” This is the lens through which I teach. My goal is for you to leave each class feeling at least a little more centered, more connected to your Self, and more at home in your body. 

Cat's Classes:

Fall (Back) Into Yoga: a 5 week session

See our "Classes" page for more information on Cat's current series!


Drop Ins are welcome, but participation in the full series is encouraged.

$80 for the 5 week series. Payment is required up front.


Accepting cash, check or Venmo: @Catherine_Robb

Group Yoga
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