Lucie Kasova, E-RYT 500, is known for her teaching style that integrates yoga and mindfulness. Lucie offers clear instruction, with alignment cues and posture modifications, to help her students cultivate strength, mobility and flexibility, and clarity of mind. Her approach emphasizes the power of breathwork as a transformational tool.
Lucie has been teaching yoga since 2009. Certified Kripalu Yoga Teacher (200-hour level) and Pranakriya Professional Level Yoga Teacher (500-hour level), she has studied extensively under Yoganand Michael Carroll, Master-Level teacher and the former Dean of the Kripalu School of Yoga. Her teaching has been shaped by Kripalu, Pranakriya, Anusara and Iyengar yoga methodologies, and Rajanaka Yoga philosophy with Dr. Douglas Brooks, one of the leading scholars of Hinduism.
Lucie's other training includes Yoga in the Schools, Trauma-Sensitive Yoga with the Center for Trauma and Embodiment, Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness, and Yoga for Traumatic Brain Injury. In conjunction with researchers from Harvard Medical school and Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Lucie was part of a team of yoga instructors selected to participate in a yoga research study at the Boston Latin School, examining the impact of yoga on teen drug-use risk factors.
Currently pursuing a 1000-hour Yoga Teacher Certification, Lucie is committed to ongoing learning. A four time recipient of a Teaching for Diversity grant from the Kripalu Yoga Teachers Association, she teaches classes and workshops in the and Europe, and is available for private yoga instruction.