Meet Our Teachers
Kathi began yoga after a back injury with an understanding that this is a lifelong practice. After a decade of practice, Kathi completed her 200-hour in Dallas and 300-hour teacher training in Rishikesh, India. Kathi opened Reef Point Yoga in 2016 and has used her education as a professional educator to train students and future teachers. Remaining curious about her practice, Kathi has found that yoga isn’t about touching your toes - but what happens on the way down.
Andrea’s path to yoga started in 2009 after years of working stressful jobs left her feeling empty, tired and distracted. Yoga brought her a calm that could be found on the mat and then taken into every facet of life; work, family, friends and home. Andrea has taken two 200-hour training from two different traditions, one Baptiste and the other traditional, to deepen her knowledge. Andrea’s classes are challenging but fun, built on alignment of the body, alignment of the breath and alignment of the mind with the practice.
Mai has been practicing yoga since 2016. She chose yoga as an escape from the outside world’s noises and Reef Point soon became her second home in 2017. While anyone can practice yoga anywhere, Mai believes that the energy created in a yoga classroom is something incomparable while breathing deeply and moving with so much intention together. She loves the calmness, the unity, and the energy of her neighbors every time she steps into a class. She believes yoga is not just another “fitness” group class. Instead, it should be everyone’s home base to come back to and a launching pad into any other activity.
Lindsay began her yoga journey over 15 years ago when this long-time athlete became addicted to the five minutes of absolute stillness at the end of her hot yoga class. As her practice deepened over the years, Lindsay became motivated to share her love for yoga with others and she completed her 200 YTT in 2019.
Lindsay firmly believes every body is a yoga body! A civil rights attorney in her “day job,” Lindsay brings that same dedication to empowerment and equity to her yoga classes, which provide a safe and welcoming space for all humans to practice. Her classes offer a challenging series of poses that can be tailored to your practice. Main class styles: all-level vinyasa, deep stretch.