Knoxville's AcroYoga Community
For Rebekah, teaching and practicing yoga is a lifestyle. As an individual, it is a way for her to push herself to grow both physically and spiritually. Based on a foundation of trust, communication, and support, the practice of AcroYoga empowers positive growth in individuals, relationships, and communities in the most fundamental ways. Ultimately this growth is what she is passionate about.
Rebekah has been practicing yoga for almost ten years and completed her 200-hour Yoga Teacher Certification Training at the Asheville Yoga Center in North Carolina. She has been practicing AcroYoga since 2011 and has her teaching certification through AcroYoga International.
Rebekah is the founder and owner of AcroKnox.Read more in AcroYoga Journey.
Frank Genovise has been practicing yoga for over eight years. He enjoys the physical and mental aspects of the practice that allow him to mentally slow down, center, and ground.
He also finds that yoga allows him to balance out the other activities he enjoys, such as hiking, mountaineering training, and rock climbing.
He has practiced AcroYoga with Rebekah since 2014 and been co-teaching AcroYoga classes, workshops, and festivals since October 2016.
Katherine Carow has been practicing AcroYoga since January 2016. By chance, a friend of hers coerced her into bird, and since then she has been hooked. She is an active member of the acro community here in Knoxville and just recently assisted teaching her first Beginner series with AcroKnox.
Starting in September Katherine will be co-teaching the Trios Series. She brings a playful and supportive energy to class and has a keen ability to communicate creatively. We are very excited to have her on our teaching team!