Katrina Mailloux

Katrina Mailloux, E-RYT-500, has been teaching yoga since 2008. She left her law practice to follow her passion in 2007 and has never looked back.  Katrina is the founder and owner of Brown Dog Yoga. She first began practicing yoga in an effort provide a balance to her weight training and running regimen. She obtained her RYT-200 from the Breathing Space in Blacksburg, Virginia and completed her RYT-500 training at Yoga on High, in Columbus, Ohio. She holds an advanced certificate in Yoga Therapeutics and is the Director and Lead Trainer for the Brown Dog Yoga RYT 200-hour and Advanced RYT 300-hour Teacher Training Programs. Katrina welcomes all levels of yoga practitioner to her classes with modifications and creative sequencing. Katrina’s loves helping her students find inner peace and balance and to be less about human “having” and human “doing,” and more about human being.


Katrina Mailloux instructs the following:
  • BDY Fusion
  • A high-energy, 45-minute group fitness class combining various modalities for strength, flexibility and cardiovascular endurance. Fusion formats include workouts combining barbells, kettlebells, dumbbells, resistance bands, barre, and mini-trampolines for best and most diverse high-intensity interval training. Shoes required.
     

  • Heated Yoga
  • This heated class is designed to spark the creative energy within each of us. The practices link the movement of the body with the power of the breath. This class is available to all, with modifications and variations of poses offered throughout the class. This practice builds core strength, improves flexibility, increases the body’s energy and calms the mind by focusing on the present moment and breath. Temperature is between 86-90 degrees. A towel and water are recommended.

  • Yoga Fusion
  • Yoga Fusion blends vinyasa flow yoga with breathwork, plyometrics, core work, and strength training. Beginning with intention and connection with breath, this heated class uses classical yoga postures to challenge the entire body leaving you feeling strong and energized. This blending of techniques focuses on combining mind and body movement with the benefits of strength, cardiovascular endurance, balance and flexibility. 
     

  • Intro to Fusion
  • What is fusion exactly? We are ready to put to rest your curiosity regarding this special BDY signature class. Join Katrina on Monday, November 12th at 7 p.m. at our Barboursville location studio to learn the basics of a fusion style class. She will explain the moves, the equipment, the muscles and so much more! This class requires tennis shoes and is open to new students. 
    Cost: $10