When we practice conscious movement regularly it becomes unconsciously competent or in other words we are able to spontaneously organize ourselves with grace and pleasure. --Dr. Brent Anderson


Private sessions are the best way to bring conscious competence to your moving body.  Having an outside eye to help you navigate your habits can be invaluable.  Optimize your well-being with a customized private session in which Kaita draws from her rich experiences as a professional mover and teacher.


Kaita is available for private and semi-private sessions.  A private class for you and your friends can make a bachelorette weekend, private party, or special event feel both indulgent and nourishing! Rates vary depending on the group and location.  Contact Kaita to book a session.

Kaita currently teaches one special public class at Yoga Soup:

Mindful Flow/Ghost Flower 5 Element Flow Thursdays 9-10:15am

Ancient Chinese wisdom has provided us with a road map for organizing the way we move: along channel lines.

These flows will activate your energy channels to enliven your yoga practice, enhance your workout, or assist your recovery after a race or ride.

Stimulating key acupressure points will amplify your personal movement practice and your wellbeing. 

New Class:

True Movement

Mondays 1:30-3:30pm

Yoga Soup

$20 drop-in or use a class from your pack

True Movement is a practice (inspired by Authentic Movement!) which can be used to provoke the creative process and awaken consciousness. It invites exploration and experimentation into patterns of movement and thought, contextualizing their unique processes within each of us as individuals. Bringing attention to these patterns creates the opportunity for genuine transformation. 

What would happen if you gave yourself permission to pay full attention to your body, without someone else telling you how to do it and with a strong framework of non-judgment? This is what we will explore together.

Bring a journal, and clothing to move in.


-Don't be late, we start on time.

-Don't hurt yourself

-Don't hurt anyone else

That's pretty much it :) 


The work reveals itself to you over multiple sessions. We suggest committing to a series of sessions.

Before dropping in, you must be sure to attend at least one session held on the first Monday of each month, where we spend a little more time talking and explaining the format and the work. This creates the container for our practice together, and frees us to start more quickly in the following weeks. 



photo by Maggie Zulovic

photo by Maggie Zulovic