My Mission:

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"I felt more calm after the centering. I feel like I’m on edge a lot and this definitely relieved that feeling. This is something I could do at the end of a trying week or I could do a quick session during my prep time on a difficult day. It could make me less snappy towards the students on those tough days."

To inspire and guide you to live a happier, healthier, and more mindful life; focusing on a few simple principles:


BE STRONG (in mind, body and spirit)

  • be committed to live a happier, healthier life

  • be disciplined in your practice

  • be a compassionate witness to your thoughts, actions, and behaviors


  • to stand up for what you believe in

  • to set boundaries

  • to let go of self-doubt

  • to have the courage to speak your truth


  • to do what you want (in work, in love, in life)

  • to let go of societal “norms”

  • to carve your own path and step into the life you’ve always wanted


  • to follow your hearts desire

  • to discern your dharma and carry it full-out

  • to live the life you’ve always wanted

What people are saying


Kristin is wonderful teacher with a great healing soul!! I spent a summer going to her yoga classes and they were amazing. I released so much stress and negativity during her classes. Kristin has a kind, clear voice and talked at the perfect speed. I felt she connected with the class and knew how give us the best healing yoga so we could feel it with us when we left. It was so great to release the negativity and start healing myself instead of harming myself.


I was lucky enough to have Kristin as a teacher in WNY. She has such a light calming presence. She is out West now and sent me an audio centering practice. It’s great quick way to pause in your busy day, get out of your head and back into your body and the space around you. It’s so nice to have a recording of a familiar soothing yet optimist voice to guide me when I need it. 💜✨ if you get the chance to work with her, or learn from her take it!


“Before meditating, my mind was racing to create a list of what I wanted to accomplish today. Taking the time to let myself center and refocus allowed me to clear my head and get a feeling of calm. It allowed me to let go of the “have-to’s”. My thoughts became clearer and less muddled following the meditation. I would use this practice for myself to calm or center myself before the day starts or to regulate a student who was struggling to focus or stay calm.”