Lotus Flow Yoga Class with Kate Duyn Cariati Yoga Videos on Whateverlife
Hop on your mat for this fun and creative yoga flow with Kate Duyn Cariati filmed live at her Los Angeles studio, Light on Lotus. Strengthen, tone, open and cleanse in this playful yoga flow filled with vinyasa, hip, hamstring, twists, and upper back opening.
Lotus Flow yoga is a fun, creative, rigorous yoga workout that inspires and opens body, mind and spirit.
Kate Duyn Cariati has taught in some of the most prominent yoga studios in New York City, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. Prior to teaching yoga, Kate was a modern dancer but fell deeply in love with the practice at Laughing Lotus New York, where she completed her first teacher training. In 2007, Kate assisted in the opening of the Laughing Lotus San Francisco. There, she served as a mentor and continues to be involved in the Laughing Lotus Teacher Training program and annual Teacher’s Summit. In Los Angeles she has also studied with Maty Ezraty, Annie Carpenter, and Jill Miller.
Since relocating to Los Angeles she has led the Pure Yoga 200hr Teacher Training at Equinox, and the 200hr Teacher Training at Goda Yoga in Culver City. Kate currently teaches at Exhale Center for Sacred Movement in Venice, Goda Yoga in Culver City, the Marina Del Rey Equinox, Google, and live streaming classes online with YogisAnonymous.com and Yoga Vibes. She also leads specialized workshops, and hosts international retreats.
Kate is a teacher of teachers, a source of inspiration to those who want to share their passion for yoga. Her classes are known for their creative but intelligent sequencing, free flow acro-athleticism and soulfulness. She has a knack for guiding students to new depths while maintaining a sense of humor. Kate seamlessly weaves yoga philosophy, mantra, pranayama, meditation and movement into a rich and heartfelt experience.
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