Renae is the Owner\Principal Teacher of Kaiut Yoga Austin (2018). As a trained educator, she has taught in various ways for decades…though she considers her current role by far, the most meaningful. After exploring various modalities throughout her life, at 53 years old, Renae believes there is no better way to move through chronic pain than through this practice. She considers herself to be the guide on her students journey toward function and mobility.
Crystal has been practicing yoga for over 14 years. She attained her first teaching job at The Little Yoga House in 2016, where she taught kids aerial and family yoga. Since then, she has gone on to teach Hatha, Vinyasa, and
Yin-Yoga. She loves stretching out the hips, prepping for inversions, and teaching partner yoga. Crystal enjoys tapping into that magical part of yoga where one finds the calm in holding a challenging pose.
Jessica is a RYT-500. She received her 200 hour certification in Power Vinyasa through Corepower in 2017, and continued on to attain her advanced 300 hour certification through Practice Yoga Austin in 2021. She teaches a variety of class styles, such as Beginner/Fundamentals, Yin, Vinyasa, Slow Flow/VinYin, Breathing/Pranayama and Power. Jessica loves using yoga and mindfulness as a tool to bring awareness and balance to the body and the mind.
Rachel is a 500 hour certified vinyasa yoga instructor who has a passion for helping her students move clearly and with intention. Her alignment focused classes facilitate full body awareness and a sense of balance through conscious cuing of breath and anatomy. She strives to create a light-hearted environment through creative and core-centric sequencing, drawing from her background as a dancer and choreographer. In private lessons, Rachel prompts the individual to slow down and make time to understand and adapt to each posture. She believes movement is a tool to honor, reflect, celebrate, and build community.
Although Colton’s formal training was in traditional Hatha yoga (RYT-500), he believes the practice can evolve and be tailored to fit the modern individuals needs. He teaches so that every movement has a functional purpose with your “off the mat life” in mind. Expect to mobilize what is stiff, lengthen what is tight, and strengthen what is weak. Colton has studied/is currently under mentorship with an internationally recognized osteopath, various anatomy teachers, chiropractors, acupuncturists, and physical therapists. This has bolstered his ability to approach yoga with a therapeutic lens.
Adam was introduced to the physical practice of yoga (asana) as a form of play when he was a child. Years later, he realized the practice went far deeper. Wanting to pursue his passion, he sought out senior teachers who shared his love for studying the physical, mental and subtle aspects of yoga. Because of this, Adam acquired trainings in Jivamukti, Power Yoga/Vinyasa and in the Ashtanga Method (first, second and third series, with Tim Miller at Ashtanga Yoga Center). Adam’s classes incorporate modern biomechanics and knowledge of the body into the more traditional practice of asana. He has practiced, lived and taught from New York to California and everywhere in between.