Kristin T. Taylor

Join the Movement August 15-18, 2019!

Kristin Taylor, Telluride, Colorado native and US freestyle ski team qualifier at age 18, discovered yoga to be a pathway to healing. As a young skier, the competitive drive came first, her body second. Through yoga, she has overcome injury and now enlists the success of inner peace and self-acceptance. The desire to uphold the gifts and revelations of the practice has lead Kristin to complete over 500 hrs of Prana Vinyasa Yoga® training with the Samudra School of Yoga and her teacher Shiva Rea, including 150 hrs of Living Ayurveda training with Maria Garré and supplemental Ayurvedic studies with Balarama Chandra Das. She assists and teaches at teacher trainings with Shiva Rea and Monica Mesa as well as Prana Vinyasa immersions in California and Colorado. Co-owner of the Telluride Yoga Center, Kristin has a strong foundation and background in Ashtanga yoga, studying in Mysore, India and with well known teachers such as Richard Freeman, Tim Miller, Annie Pace, Victoria Laws and Ajay Kumar. She also has spent time studying with Senior Iyengar teacher Nancy Stechert. She has recently completed a nine month program in the arts of the Sacred Feminine with Jumana Sophia. She is the co-owner of the Telluride Yoga Center.

Inspired and enchanted by sacred movement, ritual and wisdom practices, her intention is to hold space for students to experience the clarity and empowerment of unifying intelligence. She aspires to create a safe container for healing and alignment to allow her students the opportunity to repair their relationship with their inner and outer world and to begin to build an environment for their own self-love and appreciation for the embodiment of sacred energy.

Inspired and enchanted by sacred movement, ritual and wisdom practices, her intention is to hold space for students to experience the clarity and empowerment of unifying intelligence. She aspires to create a safe container for healing and alignment to allow her students the opportunity to repair their relationship with their inner and outer world and to begin to build an environment for their own self-love and appreciation for the embodiment of sacred energy.

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