Kristin, received her 200hr RYT in Yoga for Social Justice with Sarahjoy Marsh and is a licensed K-12 Dance Education Specialist. She has studied Yoga for Scoliosis with Senior Iyengar teacher, Elise Browning Miller, Kids Yoga with Jane Ann Tiger of Pretzel Kids Yoga, Laban Movement Anaylsis with Donna Dragon, and Yin Yoga with Kelly Jean Moore. Her style of yoga blends Mindfulness, Anusara, Amrita, Yin and Iyengar.
Kristin was lead to yoga through a life dedicated to movement studies. Since the age of 5 she has found herself fascinated by movement as a dancer. After years of dedication to dance through her early years, she went on to receive her Bachelors of Fine Arts in Dance Studies. It was here that she first began her dive into somatic movement and bodywork. Her interest in body works such as Pilates, Gyrokenesis, Acroyoga, Thai Yoga Massage, have influenced her unique style of teaching yoga.
Her classes inspire you to listen to your inner teacher while she guides you through alignment rich poses, dynamic sequences and meditative movement. Kristin has found that through her dedication to her practice, she is able to live more fully, content and responsive in her day to day life. Whether this is a goal of yours, or simply gaining strength and flexibility, she is passionate to create this space for you. It is her hope that through self inquiry and self respecting practices such as yoga that we can all share and love our most authentic selves
Alexandra Seaman is a born teacher and inspired communicator. When she was first impacted by the yogic sciences in 2009, she knew immediately that she wanted to teach.
In the years since that first savasana, Alex has earned her 200-RYT in Hatha Yoga; her 300-hr in Kundalini Yoga and Meditation; three certifications in children’s yoga, including one specifically for incarcerated and at-risk youth; Mindfulness I and II certifications through Mindful Schools; a SuperHealth Certification for Addiction and Recovery; and a Reiki Level II and Bars Certification through Access Consciousness.
Alex began by teaching children in Charleston’s downtown Public Schools, and is currently writing the curriculum for what she believes to be the nation’s first in-school, 200-hr, Yoga Alliance certified Teacher Training for High Schoolers. She’s taught in schools, in studios, and in corporate settings for people of all ages and from all backgrounds.
For Alex, yoga is a platform through which to teach about our Human Potential and Interrelation. Whether she’s sharing the gifts of Kundalini and how to generate energy by your own will, the calming techniques of Hatha and how to physically dwell in the body, or some fusion in order to best meet the needs of whomever is front of her, one thing remains consistent: her commitment to serving her students.
Alex’s classes are described as dynamic yet safe, and students claim to leave feeling like they could take on the world. They are designed to be suited for all. Generally, we work to strengthen the nervous system, balance the glandular system, and give you a direct experience of your personal power.