Katja Bartsch

Role: CE Workshop Teacher

Katja’s workshops and lectures reflect her passion for anatomy, alignment, and anything fascia. She has been teaching yoga for about a decade and is teaching anatomy and fascia physiology in teacher trainings around Europe. Katja is certified as E-RYT 500, has a Bachelor’s degree (BSc) in sports science and is a Board Certified Structural Integration Practitioner (BCSI; ATSI) trained by Tom Myers and his Anatomy Trains school. She is currently working towards her PhD under the supervision of Dr. Robert Schleip and the Fascia Research Group in Munich (Germany).

Katja Bartsch holds a Bachelor's degree (MSc) in Sports Science from the Technical University of Munich and a Master of Business Administration degree (MBA) from the Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg; the latter of which which was honored with the 'Best Student Award‘ of 2011. She has been an active member of the Fascia Research Group (lead by Dr. Robert Schleip and Prof. Werner Klingler at Ulm University) since January 2019 and has published several peer reviewed studies in sports science as well as fascia research. Katja is a Board Certified Structural Integration Practitioner (BCSI; ATSI) trained by Thomas Myers and his Anatomy Trains school. In addition, she has been teaching yoga for about a decade and is certified as E-RYT 500 yoga teacher, teaching anatomy and fascia physiology in yoga teacher trainings around Europe. Next to yoga, her movement practice includes swimming, cycling and running – she’s a longtime passionate triathlete. Katja is currently working towards her PhD under the supervision of Dr. Robert Schleip and the Fascia Research Project (now at Technical University of Munich).