Katey Lewis
Teaching Crew

My Teaching Style
Each of our teachers take inspiration from their lineage of yoga and personal practise when designing their classes, so this is a little bit more about how I uniquely deliver each style of class:

Mellow Hum: I take my ideas from more of a yin style approach, working with meridian lines, long holds and I like to give lots of space during the postures to allow you to connect more deeply within. 

Unified Hum: Taking the time to warm into the body and waking up with the breath and slow, gentle movements. Then moving through a sweet vinyasa flow connecting breath and body. 

Dynamic Hum: Picking up the pace with a vinyasa flow, connecting breath and body.

About me
I’m originally from Melbourne, Australia and I’ve also lived and worked in Paris and London. My first experience of yoga was at my college where I was studying acting. I’ve always been very physical, having dance as my main love growing up, however, I found as a dancer you never listen to your body, you’re constantly trying to push it to the next level which can only result in injury. Having a consistent practice in yoga was the only thing that put my body back together and allowed me to truly listen to what my body needed in each moment. No longer needing to push through pain, but to listen and soften. As well as the incredible impact yoga has had on my physical body, it has also been so healing emotionally and mentally during intense periods of challenge and change. I began loving yoga for how it made my body feel physically, and that quickly transformed to how it lifted my spirit. 

Side note: I absolutely adore French Bulldogs with their cute squishy faces (and animals in general). :)

Favorite food
Spicy foods that make you sweat, the spicier the better!

Person who most inspires you
My dad.

Aims and goals for the future
To be a positive influence for young women in particular, to embrace the bodies they have and to love the sh** out of them!

Favorite quote
How lucky am I to have something that makes saying goodbye so hard. ~ A.A Milne