Kristin found yoga after a diagnosis of an autoimmune disorder in 2009. She quickly realized that contemplative practices like yoga and meditation play an integral role in health and healing. She is a mom to human and dog children, loves to hike, read, write, and garden.
Certifications & Training:
200 hr RYT through Studio Bamboo in 2018
What classes do you teach at Studio Bamboo?
How would you describe your teaching style?
Kristin’s classes involve meditation, sun salutations, twists, backbends, inversions, and balancing postures. She encourages students to listen to their bodies, focusing on the sensations received while moving through postures. As always, safety is paramount.
Who would you recommend taking your classes?
Kristin recognizes that we all have varying degrees of abilities. Flexibility and strength are not required! We all have to start somewhere. Showing up to class is more than half the battle.
What does yoga mean to you?
Yoga is a form of self-care and can lead to self-transformation. It means listening to your body as well as becoming aware of your thoughts; without this, moving through the postures is simply fitness.
Your favorite asana and Why?
That’s impossible for me to choose. It’s like picking a favorite child.