Kate Potter has passionately devoted herself to Yoga for most of her life, starting at the very young age of ten years old. Today that unwavering commitment and focus have earned her an extensive and growing reputation as an innovative and inspirational Hatha Yoga teacher; indeed, many in the Vancouver Yoga community regard her as a teacher’s teacher. Her extensive training includes studies in India with renowned Vedantic scholar Swami Chinmayananda and with the faculty of Yogic Studies at the University of Mysore. She has done Advanced Studies with prominent American teachers Rodney Yee, Richard Miller, Georg Feuerstein, Kali Ray and Mukunda Stiles, and is a certified Yoga teacher and Yoga Therapist. Her current teacher and main influence is Norman Fischer, Zen priest, and founder of the Everyday Zen Foundation. everydayzen.org
Kate currently maintains a private Yoga Therapy practice in Vancouver B.C., where her clients have included many prominent visitors to the city (Charlize Theron hired Kate as her personal Yoga Teacher for three weeks while she was filming on the West Coast). She offers regular public, private, and corporate Yoga classes throughout the Lower Mainland, as well as periodic Canadian and International Yoga Retreats. Kate has regularly contributed articles on Yoga, anatomy, Ayurveda and ethics to periodicals such as COMMON GROUND and the newsletter of The Yoga Association of B.C. She is in-house Yoga teacher to corporations such as Ballard Power and Business Objects, and the Toronto Dominion Bank has commissioned Kate to give daily Hatha Yoga sessions to 50 of their top executives at their national convention.
Kate's unique sequences have inspired students across the world in the hit television series "Namaste", now aired in Canada, U.S.A., Europe, Asia, and most recently Central & South America.
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