Lora Kantorovich

Founder
Corporate Instructor

 

 


Before becoming certified to be a yoga instructor, Lora worked, both nationally and internationally, in the corporate, start-up, and non-profit world; focusing on integrating her passions for communications, intercultural relations, and business development to better serve the communities around her. Being no stranger to stress and anxiety, especially in the work place, Lora began practicing yoga. Shortly there after, she felt a strong need to share the tools she was learning in yoga, which were yielding a significant increase in equanimity and production at work and in life, with her colleagues and supervisors. After realizing the misconceptions many people had regarding yoga and mindfulness, and realizing that these same people could perhaps benefit most from yoga, Lora decided to start Evolve Mobile Yoga Studio.

She started Evolve with the intention of expanding the image of yoga and mindfulness beyond the mat and the studio by connecting certified instructors to everyday spaces. Her hope is to make the practice more accessible and customizable to fit site-specific needs so more people can begin practicing yoga (and perhaps begin to venture to the plethora of studio spaces Philly has to offer!). Lora also teaches at Dhyana Yoga and Sankhya Yoga. 

Qualifications

  • 250/hr certified yoga instructor (RYT)
  • 50+/hr workshop training
  • Balance specialist certification

Specialtiy

  • Corporate classes focused in posture, balance, mindfulness, and breathing. 
 

Katie Rabinowitz

Corporate Instructor

 

 


Katie first tried yoga during her freshman year of college at the University of Colorado, looking to see what all the hype was about. She fell in love with the practice almost immediately, but was a fare-weather yogi for many years, not making time for it when she needed it most. As someone who has struggled with stress and anxiety her whole life, Katie finally realized the importance of a regular yoga practice when she moved back to Philadelphia to start her first year at Temple Law School. She found that yoga is the perfect escape from the books so she can slow down, clear her head, and stay in shape.

Eight years after Katie's first yoga class, and one year into law school, she completed a 250-hour teacher training at Dhyana Yoga. She now teaches yoga to law students and lawyers, focusing on the benefits of mindfulness and breathing, no matter the situation. Katie strives to teach the importance of balance, strength, and flexibility–both on and off the mat–and hopes her teachings will eventually find their way into conference rooms, courtrooms, and beyond. 

 

QUALIFICATIONS

  • 250/hr certified yoga instructor (RYT)
  • 20+/hr workshop training
  • 30/hr kids yoga certification

SPECIALTIY

  • Corporate classes focused in posture, balance, mindfulness, and breathing.