Kirsten began her yoga practice as a form of fitness in high school, and transitioned to Yoga Therapy in 2012 due to the impact of loss and grief. Fascinated by how quickly she was responding to the simple yet powerful techniques, she began studying and applying the science and philosophy of yoga and Ayurveda full time for over 10 years.
She completed her 500 hour ParaYoga Masters Certification in 2016, and now studies at the Himalayan Institute with a certification in Vishoka Meditation Technique Level 1, and Mastery of the Yoga Sutras. Kirsten is a certified Ayurvedic Wellness Counselor and is studying to receive her certification as an Ayurvedic Yoga Therapist.
Today Kirsten offers public and private therapeutic yoga, as well as workshops focused on empowering others to apply simple techniques to effect great change. She specializes in practices for the mind and the nervous system, and advocates for her students and clients to adopt a simple daily routine that allows their cup to overflow, so they can share their best energy and efforts with others.