Lotus Blooming Yoga

Lotus Blooming Yoga

5.0 (3)
5 employees
4 years in business

About this pro

Lotus Blooming Yoga is your friendly, neighborhood yoga studio. Offering classes daily, there is a class appropriate for everyone. We also offer transformational life coaching and private yoga instruction. 

Interaction with the students and bringing peace to their daily lives.

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Credentials

Nashville, TN 37221
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3 Reviews

5.0

  • Dana Austin

    Katy is an excellent teacher. She has extensive knowledge of the body and alignment. Her teaching is kind, friendly and peaceful. Classes with her are physically and mentally refreshing

  • Stacey

    Awesome yoga classes offered at this studio by Katy in Bellevue!

  • Jill Riffel

    Katy's class was the first yoga class that I truly have enjoyed and got results! Love Lotus Blooming Yoga!



FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

I typically talk with the student to find out what their goals are, any past experience, and any physical issues they might have. Then I will begin with simple yoga poses and observe their range of motion, strength and stability. From there we move on to basic poses and alignment to make the student comfortable.


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I am E-RYT 200 certified as a yoga instructor. In addition, I have over 300 hours of training in specialized practices for anxiety, depression, and recovery. I am certified in Yoga of Recovery and have completed training for certification in LifeForce Yoga for Depression and Anxiety. Outside my yoga training, I am a certified Life Coach and hold a Master's in Business.


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

In studio private sessions are $100 per hour. 

Group sessions $15 each. 


How did you get started teaching?

I started through my practice without intent to teach. My teachers began to ask me to substitute in their classes when they had to be out. After getting my certification, I taught for several years as a volunteer before starting my studio.


What types of students have you worked with?

I have worked with from all walks of life. My typical student is older (over 45), and has some physical limitation such as being overweight, bad knees, bad back, etc. I have a lot of students come to me for help with pain and to get generally healthier as they age. 


What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

I would advise students to take the time to talk to the instructor first. They should ask about their qualifications and ask them to describe their style of practice. There are several schools of yoga and every teacher will be different. It's important to find the right fit. 


What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

Students need to be realistic about their own physical abilities. There is a practice for everyone and they need to match to the right one or they will not be successful. Start slow and build. Don't jump into a more advanced class than you are ready for.

Students should consider the environment where they will practice with the teacher. Do they want to have private sessions at home? Or in a studio? Will they be more comfortable in group classes? What is the space like? Are they comfortable there? Is it clean? 

Consider your schedule. Set a realistic expectation for how much and how often you can practice to establish a consistent routine.