Courtney Krishnamurthy, RYT-500, ERYT-200, has been practicing yoga for over 20 years. A self-taught yogi for many of those years, she found the practice helped her quiet her mind and discover a deeper level of clarity. There came a point where she wanted to understand more about the effects of her yoga practice. In 2013 she attended Avalon Yoga’s 200-hour teacher training, and she came out knowing there was so much more to learn and share with others about how yoga can change your life. She completed an additional 300-hour teacher training with Jennifer Prugh through the Joy of Yoga training program.
Courtney’s goal is to help others discover yoga and take from it what they need in the present moment. She pulls from her knowledge of a variety of yoga styles to help students find an engaging and challenging yet relaxing practice that helps deepen awareness of themselves and quiet the mind. Her signature style is Flow & Hold® Yoga, but she also teaches many other styles to help students find exactly what they need. Play and finding different ways to experience the body are key components to how Courtney approaches yoga and life. In addition to bringing this playful nature to the mat, she teaches aerial and SUP yogas to help others tap into their playful sides, face their fears, discover new strengths, and understand how the body and mind shifts in these different conditions.
Developing these insights, whether on the mat or in the air, is core to Courtney’s approach to yoga. She believes in helping students learn to listen to their own bodies and minds so they can follow their own guidance whether practicing in class or at home. Courtney hopes to guide you on the winding path that connects you with what you are looking for in your yoga practice, deepening your connection with your own inner intelligence along the way. She believes a little practice every day is more effective than a single practice each week. Courtney offers private sessions to help students build a personal yoga practice, corporate yoga classes to work yoga into the workday, and she provides inspiration and online classes through her website, Om Fairy, so anyone can find a way to incorporate yoga into their daily life.