Cait’s passion for the body and movement began as a child during her 14 year study of ballet and modern dance. As an adult and marathoner, she found that practicing yoga allowed her to balance the intensity of a corporate lifestyle, cross train her body for distance running and help calm her busy mind. Drawn to yoga to compliment her active lifestyle, Cait has found yoga to be the ideal foundation for not only improving athletic performance but finding inner peace. Her teaching style focuses on alignment and breath, and extends from her personal practice in Ashtanga Yoga. Cait’s classes will challenge you to push your edge, draw on untapped strengths and guide all levels of students toward achieving greater balance, leaving with the pleasant echo of your effort glowing. Yoga Training- 200 Hour Yoga Alliance 2016
“No one saves us but ourselves. No one can and no one may. We ourselves must walk the path.” -Guatama Buddha
Caitlyn Gill instructs the following:
Power Flow - Level All
Power Flow channels your inner warrior in this powerful sunrise class. Designed to expand your awareness, build strength, and transform your practice. Power Flow focuses on building a strong foundation and clear alignment to help you build towards more advance asana in other LiveWell Classes. Changes weekly with sessions targeting specific areas of the body and one week of total body tune up each month. Students can jump in at any time, this class is all levels with no advanced yoga experience required as well as no advanced asana practiced in class. Whether you are looking to build strength, cross train or simply have a powerful morning, Power Flow will fuel your inner fire and give you the energy to start your day off right.
Hatha Yoga ~ Level All
Hatha yoga is the physical practice of yoga. This class encompasses yoga poses, breathwork, meditation, and relaxation. A variety of forms are used, including flowing yoga poses, static work where poses are held and alignment highlighted, restorative poses, gentle inversions, self-massage techniques and more. Use of props is encouraged and all levels from beginner to intermediate practitioners will benefit from this practice.