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Owner / Teacher

Meet Catherine Brenny

Children have always been a significant part of my life. I admire their love for life and embrace how they learn from moment to moment. After receiving a Bachelor’s in Family and Human Development from Arizona State University, I started my journey as a toddler and preschool teacher for almost a decade.

When I moved back to Minnesota, I started practicing yoga regularly. It became more than a workout for me - it became a lifestyle. Attending classes wasn’t enough for me. The next step in my journey was to enroll in yoga teacher training. In fact, I loved it so much I did it twice! The benefits of yoga physically, emotionally, and spiritually are amazing! I am a true believer that yoga can benefit every walk of life. Since children are the future, my goal is to teach them necessary tools that allow them to practice healthy life long skills. I will encourage children to grow and discover, find inner peace, and embrace every opportunity with mindfulness.


Much love!



Bachelor’s in Family and Human Development
Super Stretch Children’s Yoga Certified
Yoga Calm Certified
400 Hour Yoga Teacher Training by Life Time Academy
Level 1 & 2 Yin Yoga Teacher Certified
First and Second Degree Reiki Practitioner

Catherine Brenny, Kids Yoga Instructor, Minnesota


little girl doing yoga

Sarah J.


I want you to know that yoga has been the highlight of Kate’s week since she started practicing last Fall. I think your creativity and background messaging of each week is genius!

little boy in a yoga pose

Maija H.


I am so thankful that my daughter Daphne (Gardner in Mtka) has the opportunity to take your class. Each Thursday night she asks to lead me in a yoga practice -- it is adorable (and helpful for me to take the time to breathe and relax!). You are making a difference in helping us to raise a thoughtful, kind, inclusive and healthy daughter.

little boy in a yoga pose on a mat

Linda J.


Nolan was visiting this weekend.  He paused from what he was doing and I asked him what was wrong.  He said he was breathing.  Made me smile.

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