Choreographer Biography for Tera Bailey and Katie Leute

Tera Bailey

Co-Owner & Yoga and Belly Dance Instructor @ Coil

Tera Bailey completed her 200 hour teacher training with Lila Yoga Studio in downtown Spokane. She has also taken extended workshops in Viniyoga’s style of Yoga Therapy for Chronic Pain. Tera started her journey with yoga 8 years ago as a committed student, incorporating yoga into her life as a way to become stronger, more flexible and more mindful. It soon became a vital part of her life and she was inspired to go deeper into the practice through the teacher training program at Lila. Tera’s style is a vinyasa flow that is grounded, strong, fun and creative with a focused awareness to breath and body. She believes that through yoga we can create an e nvironment of healing starting with the physical body, expanding through our minds and hearts. With a committed practice, we can be inspired to truly live our best life and live each moment more healthy, more aware and more mindful.

Katie Leute

Co-Owner & Yoga and Belly Dance Instructor @ Coil

Katie Leute has spent a majority of her life studying various forms of expressive movement and dance, spending her formative years competing in contemporary dance competitions with a Seattle-based dance company. She currently fuses contemporary dance forms with American Cabaret, American Tribal Style® and Tribal Fusions of belly dance, creating a modern and bohemian approach to movement that balances creative expression with technical excellence. She is a 200-hr certified yoga teacher, and a combat veteran who seeks to bring yoga to Veterans and others who experience trauma-related anxiety disorders. She is the Director of the dance company, Picaresque, a Spokane-based fusion belly dance troupe, and is the creator, designer, and hard laborer behindFurious Fancies, a wild and artful adornment boutique. She’s a house dancer at Chan’s Red Dragon and perfor ms regularly in their weekly Friday belly dance shows, as well as traveling near and far to perform in revues across the Inland and Pacific Northwest.

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