National & World Champion Synchronized Swimmer

In Katie Killebrew most vivid childhood memories, wet hair usually played a starring role. It wasn’t that Katie was tress-obsessed. Rather, practically from the time she was a toddler the Los Gatos resident can remember few moments when she wasn’t on her way to, from or submerged in a swimming pool, water streaming from her strands. READ MORE
Katie's Scoliosis 

Being told as a young child to sit on the sidelines due to Scoliosis and Asthma only put a fiery spark in my body! My movement roots began in the pool at age 6 synchronizing swimming. Katie’s athletic prowess led her to national and world titles in synchronized swimming. Katie completed her 300-hour training with Alchemy of yoga in Bali.


My continued education includes certifications in Aerial, Yin, Yoga Therapy for PTSD, Meditation and Chair Yoga. Katie is nationally recognized instructor in aquatics and leads yoga retreats around the globe! Katie's philosophy is “Motion is Lotion” for the inside of our joints ligaments muscles and bones. Katie’s bubbly personality and compassionate gentle caring heart clearly comes through in all her classes. Katie is committed to helping her students create balance in their lives on and off their mat!

Credentials & Awards

  • Yoga Alliance Certified Instructor 

  • Aerial, Yin, Chair, Power Yoga 

  • Flexibility, Mobility, and Decompression Therapy

  • Licensed Clinical Aesthetician 

  • Elevate Wellness Corporate Yoga 

  • National & World Champion Synchronized Swimmer

  • Head Coach and Owner of Angel Fish Synchronized

  • Paralympics Coach @Rio 2016

  • Active Volunteer @Via West Charity

  • Clean Eating Academy Alumni

  • Nutrition Coach


A sport in which swimmers, singly or in groups, perform dancelike movements often in time with music. Synchronize swimming is like doing ballet or gymnastics in the water! Hey underwater sound system is used so the swimmers can synchronize their moves and hear the music under the water! Increases flexibility and cardio vascular Health.


Martial arts and kickboxing based workouts are changing how we think about Aquatic fitness! The benefits of integrating martial arts moves into pool workouts is that buoyancy reduces impact. Jumping moves that were not possible for some participants on land can be performed in water. The resistance of water also slows down movements. Participants are less likely to hyperextend knee and elbow joints, reducing the risk of injury. Here are tips on how to introduce these moves into your classes for a great, total body workout.


A gentle and very low impact aquatic activity. Aqua Yoga takes the principles and movements of Yoga and adapts them to the water environment. With the release of gravity the body is able to find the optimum stretch. By using the rhythm of the breath an inner sense of relaxation can be achieved.


Katie Killebrew yoga and skin care treatments. A world champion synchronized swimmer, yoga instructor, and esthetician with over 25 years of experience in San Benito County. Skin treatments, private spa parties, chemical peels, and LED light therapy.



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Aqua Pole


Water Yoga