Caprice Lathe Ciani
Caprice (or “Coach Namaste”) has been practicing yoga since 2003. The practice began as a sport to compliment her weight-training, kick-boxing, and active lifestyle. As years passed, the once-a-week “hobby” became Caprice’s therapy. Pranayama practice became her go-to routine outside of the studio to release her long, hectic, demanding, and high-stress career in Manhattan. Years later, after returning to South Florida, Caprice began to travel to retreats around the world to practice yoga, and she finally decided to become a teacher and signed up for her first yoga training in 2011.
Coach Namaste has a style of her own that encompasses her creativity on the mat. She makes CrossFit Muscle Farm’s Yoga classes distinctive by adding a dash of martial arts transitions, an arm balance in the midst of calmness, or even cuing her personal CrossFit/ballerina-style moves on the mat. Her goal is to infuse her students with an enthusiasm for life, growth, pure laughter, and confidence. One of Caprice’s mantras is that when all is said done on the mat, cessation of the mind is the reward. Shanti.
Caprice has taught Yoga in St. Tropez, Costa Rica, Monaco, Corsica and Italy. She has
designed yoga classes for athletes, such as Tabata Yoga and foam-rolling.