Caterina Boutagy

Pilates & Yoga teacher

Pilates Beats

As a somatic enthusiast, Caterina devotes her life to the mind-body connection. She teaches Pilates & Yoga, hosts retreats, and is presently studying Ayurveda. Cat grew up in Byron Bay and has been practicing yoga since she was 14, teaching since 19.

Without a shadow of a doubt, she is living her purpose. She is a trauma aware teacher who seeks to create a space for all to feel safe and at home within. She shares the practices that have most assisted her on her own journey to remain open-hearted and playful regardless of the many challenges of life.

Physically, her classes will challenge you and they will change you. Rather than mechanically going through the movements, her classes inspire students to remain mindful and fully embodied whilst pushing themselves to their edge. All served up with a good dose of positive psychology on the side.

With utmost respect for lineage, Caterina humbly shares the teachings that have been passed onto her by her teachers. Her sense of curiosity is her superpower and she will always remain a humble student and continue to expand her horizons.

In her free time Cat loves to travel, dance, chase waterfalls, create jewellery and bask in the sunshine.  

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