Katie Kanak

The first time Katie stepped on a mat was in 2010. She had strong encouragement from a very good friend, who was also her first yoga teacher. Shortly after, in May of 2013, she completed her 200 hour RYT certification at the Ashtanga Yoga Studio in Norman, OK. She enrolled in search of personal growth and development, but instead, learned how to become aware of the growth and development that naturally takes place in life. Katie has been teaching full time since January, 2014. She teaches and studies a variety of styles and methods, but keeps Ashtanga as her personal practice and main area of study.

Katie says, "Yoga demands patience, which has influenced my understanding and approach to life on and off the mat. Every moment has the potential to create a learning experience, and every day offers new challenges. So, each day, I try to fall in love with my breath, watch it, and listen to it, because each breath gives way to the next moment."

Katie Kanak instructs the following:
  • 3 Sixty Ashtanga Yoga
  • Ashtanga meaning "eight limbs" is a set series of poses done in a flowing or vinyasa style.  Students will move through a series of sun salutations, standing and seated poses, and end with relaxation.  Instructor will cater to all levels and experiences.

  • 3 Sixty Signature Yoga
  • This is the yoga portion only of our 3 Sixty Signature cycling and yoga fusion class.  Join your instructor for 45 minutes of power flow targeting the muscles worked on the bike.  This class can be taken as part of the cycling fusion class or on its own.

  • 3 Sixty Power Yoga Flow
  • 90 minute heated yoga class focusing on aspects of strength and alignment, breath, and movement.  This class is approriate for all levels.

  • 3 Sixty Express Yoga
  • This is the restorative yoga portion of our 3 Sixty Express cycling and yoga fusion class.  This class can be added to the cycling portion or attended on its own.

  • Fall Ayurvedic Workshop
  • Join Katie and Kat from 10:00am - 1:pm on October 8th for a morning of yoga, pranayama practice, education and lunch.  The morning will start with a Grounding Flow at 10:00am for 60 minutes, followed by 15 minutes of centering pranayama practice. Students will then enjoy tea from Urban Tea House during a small break, brewed on site.  After the break everyone will take an individual test determining their own constituion, what that means and how morning routines and diet can support this.  Students will also receive handouts and easy recipes to take home.  This workshop will finish up with a Q&A session during a light meal made from the Autumn food list.

  • 3 Sixty Core Strength and Conditioning
  • In this core conditioning class, you will be challenged by a variety of deep core strengthening exercises in a unique format sure to challenge you and enhance both your athletic performance, yoga practice, and everyday life. A perfect addition to any workout or on its own!  You will spend 30 minutes challenging your core and then follow up with 15 minutes of restorative stretching.  (Heart rate monitors can be used during this class).