Yoga Instructor, Yoga Nidra Guide
Born in Northern California, Krystina discovered yoga in 2008, acquiring her 200-hour Yoga Alliance certified teacher training in Bali with the School of Sacred Arts, going on to lead yoga retreats around the globe.
Most recently, she became immersed in the practice of Yoga Nidra, a yoga-meditation hybrid that results in deep relaxation and healing through ‘yogic sleep.’
“Yoga Nidra allows the practitioner to drop through various layers of their subconscious to find the deeply-rooted seeds of trauma, rewiring thought patterns and neural pathways,” says Krystina, who studied Yoga Nidra with Jana Roemer in Los Angeles. The healing happens whether you stay awake during the process or not, “but if you do stay awake and attentive,” she adds, “you will soon notice a subtle unraveling of negative thought patterns as a result of this powerful, sacred practice.”
Wake up your body with spinal mobility, while activating your vital energy, and opening your heart.
Stand tall and gain balance, postural alignment, and focus.
Open your hips and release any emotional blocks. This will increase energy and alleviate back pain.
Align your brainwaves, settle the nervous system, and spark creativity.
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