Meet MacKenzie Miller, yoga instructor and personal trainer.
After finding yoga while attending college in Los Angeles, she completed an anatomy intensive Power Vinyasa training with Tiffany Cruikshank in 2011, who Mackenzie continues to study with for her 500 hour certification. MacKenzie teaches classes in her hometown of Seattle, and her offerings of workshops and retreats allow her to bring expertise of asana and myofascial release work on the road.
Approaching class with a joyful celebration of balance and movement, MacKenzie shares physical, mental and emotional empowerment with her students. In-depth knowledge of alignment couples with her contagious and playful demeanor, as Miller encourages students to redefine what is possible in both body and mind through thoughtful, energizing sequences.
Join MacKenzie on the mat with EkhartYoga
After seven years in L.A., MacKenzie is back in the 206. When she’s not on the mat, you can find this Seattleite and high-heel junkie rocking a handstand (everywhere and anywhere, sometimes in her Jimmy Choo’s!), indulging in the locavore restaurant scene, or hitting up a nearby concert. Miller’s love of live music is all encompassing, as long it ignites movement in her soul and her hips. Her beautiful form and magnetic energy have earned her features in Oxygen Magazine (January 2012) and Women’s Health Magazine (November 2012). You can also find MacKenzie in the 2012 Big Book of Yoga released by Kathryn Budig and Women’s Health.
MacKenzie Miller will leave you feeling as if you have flirted with gravity and laughed with the divine. Students are instantaneously transported away from the hustle of their daily lives, allowing their mat to be an arena reserved for cultivating inner peace.
Get to know a MacKenzie a little better in our quick 5 question interview.