Katerina Georgopoulou is a graduate of the Department of Journalism & Mass Media in AUTH where she started her journey in the field of mass communication. During university she was working as an intern in ERT3 television and from 2006 to 2007 she was editor at ozon magazine. From 2007 to 2010 she was communication manager at Docfest, a Greek documentary festival held in Chalkida, simultaneously at this time she was working as a freelancer copywriter in advertising.
Her contact with the physical body began in her hometown in Larissa with Niki Sveltou and Simona Badiou who were her first ballet teachers and as an adolescence she excelled to become a member of the young dancers in the Thessalian Ballet under the guidance and mentorship of Tania Miltenova and Ges Mihov. It was not until 2007 that she first came in contact with the philosophy of yoga, and ever since she has tried not only to deepen her physical practice, but also to cultivate a yogic way of living.
In May 2008 she moved to New York to attend an Ashtanga Yoga seminar with Sharath Rangaswamy, grandson of the late Pattabhi Jois. She returned to Greece and continued her education by completing a 300-hour Hatha Yoga training program powered by NYSY studios. Until today, she has completed 700 hours of education in different interpretations of the yogic path.
Since 2009 she has attended the following TT:
She is in favour of pluralism and shows a special preference in diversity. She is influenced by teachers such as Vivi Letsou, Petros Haffenrichter, Yannis Andritsos, Sofia Xerotiri, Savvas Yantzis, Yannis Karvelis, Maria Maganari, Vangelis Apostolopoulos and others. She loves exploring the self through exploring the world, different nations and cultures. She has attended conferences such as the Prague Spirit Conference in 2015, the Barcelona Yoga Conference in 2015, 2016 & 2018, the Bali Spirit Festival in 2018. In the summer of 2018 she travelled with a scholarship to San Francisco to attend a 100 hr Bhakti Flow Yoga training program by Rusty Wells, a teacher for whom she will always be grateful for and inspired by.
Katerina has a strong connection with nature and music and her teaching is focused on therapeutic alignment, the awakening of the pranic flow and especially on the cultivation of empathy for all beings. She is Greek, but she speaks fluently English, Spanish and she has a good understanding of french. She is currently pursuing a postgraduate program entitled: 'Sports Studies: Sociology, History, Anthropology' and she hopes to always remain a student.