Peace & Blessings!

Myiesha ‘Mya’ Cato is a certified yoga and meditation teacher and the driving creative force behind Meeyogi—the plug for yoga, wellness, and self-sustainability. Her unique blend of movement, mindfulness, meditation, and music creates a sanctuary for release, rejuvenation, and transformation. With authenticity at its core, her work ignites change through liberation and truth.
Mya's journey intricately weaves the cultures of America and the Caribbean (West Indies), crafting a vibrant tapestry of experiences. Having explored numerous countries at a young age, she has absorbed the sights, sounds, flavors, and sensations of the globe.
She has collaborated with universities, sororities, churches and nonprofits to share her insights on yoga, wellness, and self-sustainability. Through a series of traumatic events, she has developed the resilience to reprogram herself and preserve her mind, body, and soul. Mya is also a leader in the Trap Yoga movement fostering collective transformation through engaging group experiences.
Guiding thousands of individuals towards mindfulness and holistic well-being, Mya is on a mission to inspire and guide people in their journey of self-preservation. Leveraging her diverse background, she aims to cultivate a more harmonious world through her work.

Certifications + Related Experience:

Meeyogi | Founder | August 2017 - current
Urban Yoga Foundation | Integrative Enrichment Specialist | April 2018 - November 2020
Kodawari Studios | Yoga Teacher | January 2017 - May 2019
Yoga Loft | Yoga Teacher Training | Graduated 200 YTT - January 2016
Hillsborough Community College | AA in Business Administration | Graduated May 2016

Scope:

Speaking engagements on yoga, wellness and self-sustainability
Facilitating guided movement, mindfulness and meditation sessions
Performing & choreographing movement arts
Brand collaborations
Mentorship


Book Mya to enhance your:

Retreats
Ceremonies
Conferences
Festivals
Birthday Parties
Bridal Showers
Womb Blessings
Bachelorette Parties
Funerals