About

Tracee Jenkins

E-RYT 200, RYT 500, AYS

E-RYT 200, RYT 500, AYS

 

Yoga creates the perfect opportunity to become curious about who you are in your body, mind and spirit.

Tracee discovered yoga 25 years ago when she was seeking relief from a back injury.  Her spinal surgeon was recommending spinal fusion and as a less invasive alternative he suggested, “You could try that yoga-thing.”  It was the early 90’s and yoga still wasn’t fully embraced by the medical community as a healing modality.  After one class, she was hooked.  A former gymnast and dancer, she was drawn to the beauty and grace of yoga and loved the mental and physical challenges it presented.  In her Gentle and Hatha classes, she hopes to create a compassionate and non-judgmental learning environment that encourages her students to find awareness and space in their bodies and minds.  Tracee completed her RYT 200 Teacher Training and Yoga Study Program at Green Lotus in 2010 and her RYT 500 Teacher Training and Yoga Study Program/Ayurveda Yoga Specialist Program through Devanadi School of Yoga & Wellness in 2014.  She wants each student to find a safe place on their mat to discover their own inner peace and strength and take that out into the world.  Yoga is for every age, every body, every one.  Off the mat, Tracee works for the Federal Aviation Administration and enjoys cooking, reading, belly dancing and spending time with the loves of her life – her family and friends.

Mission

Black Cat Yoga was founded in 2009 to share the wisdom of yoga in a welcoming, encouraging environment with all ages of the community.  Our studio holds space for students to develop their own personal practice to bring greater health, happiness and well being to their lives.  Through connection by nourishing and serving others, I am whole.

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