For Krysta, yoga is much more than simply a physical practice for the body; it is a way to challenge and center the mind, an approach to tap into the ebb and flow of life, and a place to not take yourself too seriously.
Through the practice, she discovered how to better tune into her own body, mind and spirit. With this heartfelt listening, she was able to identify and connect with what she really wanted out of life, which manifested in tremendous change and happiness. Through yoga, she has found an outlet for freely expressing her truest self, a way to navigate through life’s challenges and struggles, and a path to a more blissful and soulful life.
Krysta conveys a rejuvenating and powerful approach to vinyasa yoga. Encouraging students to develop a curiosity and deep appreciation of their incredible bodies, she challenges them to push beyond their comfort zones, take risks and never stop growing. Focusing on both physical and mental strength, Krysta’s classes cultivate mindfulness, self-acceptance and compassion. Expect to leave her classes feeling grounded and blissful with a reawakened zest for life.
What is your favorite form of mind body movement or lesson you teach, and why?
Practicing inversions and backbends can be really terrifying, but they are one of my favorite things to work on in the yoga practice because they are so mentally challenging and incredibly rewarding!
What is your favorite song or type of music you listen to when teaching?
I love instrumental music for getting into a moving meditation, but I also like to mix it up with some funky, non-traditional tunes! Ben Howard is a favorite of mine.
What inspires you?
Seeing people fully in their element and loving life.
What is a quote or mantra that you live by?
“To live in this world you must be able to do three things: to love what is mortal, to hold it against your bones knowing your own life depends on it; and, when the times comes, to let it go.” ~Mary Oliver
What is your haven?
Being outside in nature is my personal haven; it allows me to connect with myself at a deeper level and stay grounded. Nature has so much beauty and depth to offer to us if we can be still, look around and pay attention.
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