Caitlin Goodin

Caitlin

Vinyasa, Yin, Hatha

Like so many students, Caitlin was first drawn to the physicality and relaxing attributes of yoga. Along the way, however, she began to see that yoga is a timeless, transformative practice and philosophy that can liberate us from our limited view of ourselves and the world.

In her classes, you can expect to be challenged with logical sequences that promote a balance of strength and length and diversity of movement patterns. She values consistent pacing and breath, and mindful transitions to steady and strengthen both mind and body. She hopes to empower her students to think critically so they can cultivate a sustainable practice that evolves as they do. Caitlin loves how yoga encourages balance and mindfulness in her life and strives to create a safe space for her students to grow and explore.

Caitlin completed her RYT-200 in vinyasa yoga in 2016 with Jess Pierno and Angela Meyer in Washington D.C and has been teaching ever since. In 2017, Caitlin completed her BY-50 training in Budokon Yoga in Miami with the creator of Budokon, Cameron Shayne. Caitlin is currently working towards her RYT-500 and has completed 200 hours of advanced training in vinyasa yoga with Jason Crandell in San Francisco.