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This community-built studio is home to practitioners of all ages, styles, ability levels, body types, and backgrounds. We hold workshops, special events, private sessions, yoga therapy Sessions and yoga classes in different styles such as flow, power, gentle, prenatal, yin, restorative, adaptive/chair, aerial (gentle, flow, conditioning) and more. 

Concrete Yoga was built as a space for inclusivity, community, non-judgement, and unification. It was built slowly and mindfully with the intent to serve those who are ready to adopt a foundation for wellness that is fun, inviting and health driven, from the inside, out. 

In 2016, Concrete Yoga began its journey in a beautiful space within the Shops at The Mill complex, on Main St. in Cibolo, Texas. After nearly 3 years in business, it was time to search for a new home so the The Mill Boutique could expand to support their ever-growing community. 

We were approached by a lovely homeowner in the heart of Old Town Cibolo, just a few hundred feet from our original location.  She had been renovating a space just one block away from The Mill. After entering this unfinished space it was clear that the 203 Rawe Avenue location was destined to be the new home of Concrete Yoga. The building was purchased and became what it is today through countless donated hours of work to renovate and create the perfect foundation for Concrete Yoga. 



From I-35 Northeast-bound from San Antonio, Exit 177

Head south on Cibolo Valley Drive. Continue past residential & new business through the intersection at FM-1103. Continue as the road will become Main Street in Cibolo. Turn right on Rawe Ave just past The Rooted Fork. Follow a few hundred feet near the train tracks. You'll find us 2 businesses past the Cibolo Auto-body Shop. 


From I-35 Southwest-bound from New Braunfels, Exit 178 

Head South on 1103, following as the road turns West. Turn Left on Main Street in Cibolo. Follow then turn right on Rawe Ave just past The Rooted Fork. Follow a few hundred feet near the train tracks. You'll find us 2 businesses past the Cibolo Auto-body Shop. 

From FM-78 Northeast-bound from Schertz/Universal City/San Antonio

Head Northeast on 78 toward Cibolo, turning North/left onto Main Street. Follow across the train tracks and take an immediate left onto Rawe Ave, just after the Old Main Ice House parking lot. You'll find us 2 businesses past the Cibolo Auto-body Shop. 

From FM-78 Southwest-bound from Seguin/Marion

Head Southwest on 78 toward Cibolo turning, North/right onto Main Street. Follow across the train tracks and take an immediate left onto Rawe Ave, just after the Old Main Ice House parking lot. You'll find us 2 businesses past the Cibolo Auto-body Shop. 





“Your yoga” is a sacred thing worth protecting… on and off the mat. 

Founder of Concrete Yoga and co-owner of Unbound Collective School of Yoga & Wellness, Angie is a Certified Yoga Therapist through IAYT, she is both a Yoga Alliance approved Continuing Education Provider & Lead Yoga Teacher Trainer, an E-RYT 500, and a passionate, alignment focused instructor.


As a child Angie felt as though she never fit in, so instead of trying stuff herself into a box and become the shape, size and kind of person that blended in with everyone else, she chose to created her own world. Angie built Concrete Yoga as a way to create space for people to "fit out" together, to be themselves and to belong.

She teaches group yoga classes, workshops, private Yoga Therapy sessions and is a lead in the Unbound Collective 200, 300 and 500 hour Yoga Teacher Training Programs. She has taught throughout the United States and Europe. Most recently she has been working in Texas with military and civilians who have high levels of stress and have experienced mental, emotional and physical trauma. Many of her teachings are centered around belonging, decreasing physical and emotional injury and uncovering empowerment through the strength, peace and connectedness that yoga can provide. 

Areas of specialization; Power Yoga, Aerial Yoga, Yoga for Athletes, Addiction & Recovery, Trauma Sensitive Yoga, Adaptive Yoga, Military, Yoga for Eating Disorders as well as Pregnancy & Infant Loss. 






Kristy Dougherty is a RYT 200 Yoga Instructor. Kristy's yoga journey began in 2000 while attending aqua and prenatal yoga classes. It didn't take her long to fall in love with the rhythm of breath and movement. After her first son was born, she continued going to yoga and pilates classes to help relieve back pain and work related stressors. She changed from the inside out. In 2011, she began teaching her friends and family at the local gym and her home studio.


In 2017 she joined the Concrete Yoga Crew. She is certified as a Level 1 Stand Up Paddle Board Instructor as well as an Aerial Yoga Instructor. Kristy's style of teaching is heavily influenced by incorporating the strength of pilates with the flow of Hatha and Vinyasa yoga; combining the mind, body and spirit. Her classes are designed to challenge, strengthen, and inspire the student while having a large focus on building unity in the yoga community. Kristy believes that fun and laughter are key components in life and in a yoga practice. 




Co-owner of Unbound Collective School of Yoga & Wellness, Lauren has over 10 years of experience teaching dance and yoga, and has been teaching continuing education and yoga teacher training programs since 2015. She draws on her background in education, curriculum writing,  theatre, and dance to create and teach programs that are comprehensive, unique, and inclusive. Lauren teaches group classes with Concrete Yoga as well as private sessions for Prenatal, Postpartum and Yoga Therapy. 

Lauren is a Certified Yoga Therapist with IAYT (the International Association of Yoga Therapists), a Continuing Education Provider with Yoga Alliance and an E-RYT 500 (registered experienced yoga teacher). Specializations include, Aerial Yoga, Prenatal & Postpartum Yoga, Yoga for Reproductive Health, Tantric Yoga, Restorative Yoga, Trauma Sensitive Yoga, Adaptive Yoga, Yogic Philosophy, Pranayama, Mantra, Mudra, and Prenatal & Infant Loss.




Meg has been practicing yoga for 16 years and recently decided to share her practice and love of yoga by completing her RYT 200 vinyasa training in 2020.  She uses her own experiences with yoga as a means of coping with injury and anxiety to influence her teaching and help her students live their best lives, too. New to Texas, Meg moved to the San Antonio area from Tampa, Florida. She is excited to grow as a teacher with her new Texas yoga family. 

When she’s not teaching, Meg spends time with her spouse, two children, and their 2 lazy cats, and travels as much as possible! She loves experiencing new cultures and ways of life, and she brings her experiences from traveling to her classes to create a universal, enlightening, and accessible practice for her students.



Tereza is an avid practitioner and currently working on her RYT 500. She truly enjoys teaching to share the peace and serenity that yoga has brought to her life. Tereza has found that yoga teaches us how to meet life off the mat with a smile, as you face the challenges and discomforts you experience on the mat. She and her husband recently moved to the San Antonio area from Fort Bragg, North Carolina where she had experience teaching yoga to the military community in her spare time.


She enjoys hiking, riding bicycles, discovering new parks from across the US and exploring neighboring countries. She is truly excited to grow as a teacher with her new Texas yoga family and looks forward to experiencing the gratification her students will encounter as we move together in this journey we call life.



Ana is a mom of 4, a Veteran, and a mental health provider who began her yoga journey 21 years ago in attempt to complement her lifestyle as a young, competitive swimmer. Originally, Ana practiced yoga to strengthen overused joints and gain attention and focus, however, it quickly became so much more. This journey with yoga took Ana all the way through college as a Division-I, national swimmer, allowing her to compete at the highest levels of athletics while remaining focused and calm. After college, Ana’s yoga practice kept her driven and balanced during the rigors of graduate school. After years of practicing yoga, Ana saw all of the beautiful things that manifested in her life, in large part due to yoga, and recognized that she wanted to be able to share the benefits of practicing yoga with others.


Ana’s teaching style focuses on a strong flow, moving with the breath, balance, strength and intention, rounded out by great music! Ana’s main goal as an instructor is to guide individuals in their own graceful journey, while encouraging love, light and awareness through the practice of mindful movement. Ana teaches different levels of yoga, everything from fun beginner classes to energetic/challenging advanced classes. 



Ashley has been growing her roots in Cibolo for over 12 years. She is blessed with 3 children, a supportive husband, and a loyal dog. She served as a special education teacher for 6+ years in the Judson school district, and now subs in Schertz/Cibolo on occasion.

She first met her yoga practice during that difficult high school transitional phase at a local gym. She needed a place to find refuge, so she took a class. By the final pose, the air was filled with the scent of lavender and she was feeling very
relaxed. She was hooked!

Yoga has been extremely beneficial and has given her clarity, increased strength/flexibility, and honestly just feels good.

Her yoga practice was always something she could turn to when she needed it. From the joys of healthy pregnancies, the sorrow of a miscarriage to the daily challenges of life, yoga feeds and heals her spirit.

She completed her Yoga Teacher training at Unbound Collective and she is thrilled to be part of this great community.



Carly discovered yoga in high school as an option for satisfying PE requirements. She fell in love with the flow of yoga as it allowed her to connect with and move her body in similar ways as her dance classes. As time went on and the stressors of life and a career in law enforcement subconsciously weighed on her, she used yoga as a method to ground herself and calm the mind.  She began her YTT 200-hr training as a path to deepen this relationship within herself but finished realizing her capacity to hold space for others on the mat. She loves creating energetic fun flows to chill beats.  She aims to be a conduit for energy to flow through you. Above all, she believes yoga should be accessible to everyone. 

Carly recently moved with her husband and dog Newton to the San Antonio area. She misses her family, the beach, and summertime afternoon thunderstorms in her hometown of sunny south Florida, but she is excited to establish roots and friends that feel like family here in Cibolo. When she is not teaching or practicing yoga, she is adventuring with her husband, spoiling her pup, or reading a good book.  




As a wife, mother, grandmother, yoga teacher, Tai Chi instructor, and athlete, Kaye is passionate about health, fitness, and lifelong learning. A 2016 Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis inspired Kaye as a longtime cyclist and runner to go deeper with her yoga practice and focus on nutrition in an effort to combat the disease.


On the heels of her KRI-Certified Kundalini Yoga Instructor course at Yoga Yoga Austin in 2018, she completed her 200-hour Hatha Yoga Ayurveda Teacher Training from Loka Studio in Bracken, Texas in March 2019, and her iRest Yoga Nidra Level 1 training in May 2019. Kaye’s Hatha Yoga teaching style ranges from chair yoga to a flowing yoga class depending on the needs of students. Kaye is currently a 500-RYT and a faculty member of Unbound Collective, teaching in the 200-hour program. She and her husband enjoy cuddling with their four dogs, travel, cycling, hiking, and working together in the family beekeeping business.



Yoga has been a part of Mindy’s life for over 10 years and her personal practice has helped her grow stronger both on and off the mat. Yoga inspires her to live each moment more mindfully.

Mindy completed her YTT 200-hour Hatha Flow training through Unbound Collective and is currently taking her 300-hour advanced training with Unbound Collective. She loves being a student of the practice and is grateful for the loving wisdom the teachers have shared with her.

Her goal is to work with the autoimmune community and share all the knowledge she has learned.

Mindy seeks to help others thrive by nurturing their bodies, minds, and souls with yoga. Mindy’s hope is that students step off the mat feeling refreshed, nourished, and balanced.

Mindy specializes in gentle yoga and teaches chair yoga at The Brooks at Cibolo Independent Living Home. When she is not teaching or practicing yoga, Mindy loves spending time with her
husband and kids, enjoys the Pinup & Rockabilly scene, and in her spare time likes exploring the state of Texas.




Jennifer began her yoga journey nearly a decade ago. She has had a passion for yoga that stemmed from her desire for pain reduction years ago. For years she practiced in the Concrete Yoga Community and patiently waited for the Teacher Training program to be developed. Jennifer is currently a RYT 200, a certified Aerial Yoga Instructor and is working toward her 500 Hour certification through Unbound Collective. 


Jennifer loves to share Gentle Yoga with everyone and appreciates that the practice can be adapted to any type of body. Jennifer's focus is based on stability, alignment and safety. Jennifer believes that yoga lets you look at yourself through a different lens, that life does not have to be blurry and that all life’s issues can be faced and overcome by breathing, bending, stretching, and accepting.




Morgan began practicing yoga in 2008 as a form of self-care while her plate was overloaded with work and college studies. After recognizing the benefits and wanting to share that space with others, she completed her 200-hour RYT training in 2013 and has since then taught at various fitness, wellness, and yoga studios in the greater San Antonio and New Braunfels areas.

Morgan is skilled in teaching hatha, vinyasa, power, restorative, gentle, chair, and other forms of yoga. She loves to help practitioners, new and seasoned, achieve the goals they set forth to achieve, whether that is conditioning for a marathon or finding a quiet space to release stress. Her teaching method is adaptive to all body types, skill levels, and interest variations. She is a certified E-RYT 200/RYT-500 instructor and certified continuing education provider (YACEP) through Yoga Alliance.  She instructs regular classes at Concrete Yoga and is a facilitating faculty member in the 200-hour program through Unbound Collective.

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