Margot Milcetich

Margot Milcetich has been teaching yoga in the Kent area since 1983 and Brahmrishi Yoga Teacher Training since 2004. Her depth of knowledge, involvement, and practice of yoga created a foundational teacher for our yoga community. The experience she offers includes annual retreats, teacher training at the basic and advanced levels, and anatomy and philosophy workshops for numerous studios. She has performed kirtan for 18 years with Breathing Room and Om Out Loud. Over the years, her creations include four CD’s of chanting and yoga music, and publications with her husband on yoga philosophy, along with a memoir of 20 years with her guru. She continues to find ways share her love of yoga and love of teaching. Margot is excited to join the One Love and Kent Yoga communities. It is a home-coming.

Margot Milcetich instructs the following:
  • Vinyasa Lunch Flow
  • All the element of a vinyasa flow class in a convenient 50-minute format so that our students have time to swing in for a class during lunch break!

  • 300 Hour Teacher Training
  • Gaining facility with the fundamentals of anatomy, in the poses and the transitions

    The bones, ligaments and muscles of yoga

    Verbal cues based on biomechanics of movement
    Our conversation with the nervous system

    The many shapes of breathing from natural to unnatural pranayama
    The physiology of breathing and the systems of the body

    Philosophy of yoga and mental focus
    Samkhya Sutras, Yoga Sutras and Bhagavad Gita

    Taking a class inward using the kosas

    How the three gunas of nature guide a class

    The teacher as a student of yoga: compassion and language

    Specialty classes: Restorative, Chair, Prenatal, Trauma-informed, Dosa-informed
    Assisting: Principles and Application for all levels

    Individual service: a final written presentation, class and internship reflecting integration and mastery of the material

  • Gentle Yoga
  • Gentle yoga meets you where you are, whether you are in recovery from an injury or illness, or you simply prefer a slow pace or more warm-ups. While there are not necessarily beginner class, this may be a good place to start if you are unsure of your level.