Katie Harris

“Although it looks and feels like exercise, yoga is far more. It is a moving meditation that allows us the opportunity to use the wisdom of our mind and body to teach us equanimity. “ -Katie Harris

Katie began practicing yoga in 1989 when she stumbled into a class and found that afterwards she felt stronger, more flexible, and calmer.  She has developed her own practice and draws her experience from Ashtanga, Anusara, Iyengar, Hatha, restorative, and heated power yoga.

Katie has a Master’s degree in Art Therapy from George Washington University and started working in psychiatric settlings in 1985.  She is skilled in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and has a daily meditation practice.  Her classes incorporate the spirit of self-acceptance in the moment.  She encourages dwelling within each posture to nourish the body as well as the mind.


“I was struck by how accepting and even inviting yoga instructors are, from the first class I felt I was part of the group. “

- Jim

“Yoga has provided a foundation for me to approach life in a positive, balanced, healthy way. It’s my rock!“

- Joyce