A space for movement, resilience, vibrancy, holistic health, and community
I'm a Yoga Alliance E-RYT certified in Vinyasa, Hatha, Yin, Yoga for Athletes, Trauma-Informed Yoga and TriggerPoint for Myofascial Compression Techniques for Injury Prevention and Better Movement. I also lead Guided Meditation to individuals and corporations for stress management.
My style and philosophy is mindful alignment-based therapeutic movements to create a nurturing environment and to inspire you to move into your full potential for healing and growing. I believe in a holistic approach that yoga is a gateway of stepping into your intuition and shedding away the ego so you can trust, love and embrace the wisdom of your body.
I'm a positive spirited soul, a life lover and an innovator. I hold a vibrant space to come together to grow, to center yourself and to stretch your mind for a healthy and balanced lifestyle. I take a holistic approach to healing and committed to uplift, to give back, and to live life to the fullest.
TriggerPoint™: Total-Body Self-Myofascial Release (May 2019)
TriggerPoint™: Myofascial Compression™ Techniques for Injury Prevention and Better Movement
TriggerPoint™ for Movement: Hip and Shoulder Mobility
TriggerPoint™ Corrective Strategies for Hip Dysfunction
TriggerPoint™ Corrective Strategies for Foot and Ankle
by Kyle Stull, DHSc
40-hour Trauma-Informed Yoga Intensive Training (June 2018)
Continuing Education at YogaWorks led by Hala Khouri and Kyra Haglund. Yoga Alliance approved. Trauma-Informed Yoga is People-Informed Yoga. Introduction to Somatic Experiencing®. What does it mean to be "at-risk?" The impact of trauma in marginalized communities. The impact of trauma in other communities. Self-awareness and accountability. Understanding trauma and its symptoms. Trauma and the mind body connection. Dynamic teaching for a trauma informed yoga class.
25-hour Yoga for Athletes Module (July 2017)
Continuing Education at Mukti School of Yoga founded by Julie Rader. Yoga Alliance approved. Intensive training on the anatomy and kinesiology of different sports, during pre-season, in-season and the off-season
50-hour Yin Yoga Training (June 2017)
Foundational teacher training at YogaWorks led by Bianca Fearon. Yoga Alliance approved. In depth education on the fundamental Yin Postures, it's targeted benefits and modifications. A deepen awareness on anatomy, focusing on the spine, hips & shoulders. Exploration of the 'Three Mindful Vitamins' to help deepen our mediation practice. Teaching and Sequencing through the 'Three Layers of Awareness'.
200-hour Vinyasa Yoga Foundation Training (May 2015)
Foundational teacher training at Yoga Mittra School led by Shelley Williams, Genevieve Pujalet, Suzy Nece. Yoga Alliance approved. History and philosophy of yoga. Understanding the branches and lineages of distinctive styles of yoga. In depth study of primary and intermediate asanas: key alignment points, contraindications and benefits. Basic Anatomy and application to asana. Develop skills in Hands-on adjustments to enhance student healing and kinetic understanding of alignment. Deep understanding of classic namaskars, Yogic bandhas, injury prevention and healing within the asana practice. Pranayama, meditation techniques, art of intelligently sequencing with peak poses. Karma yoga.
200-hour Hatha Yoga Foundation Training (December 2010)
Foundational teacher training at Pure Yoga led by Garth Hewitt and Ashley Turner. Yoga Alliance approved. In depth education on teaching yoga as an art and science which included Yoga Tune Up - Anatomy for Yoga by Jill Miller, breathing and the nervous system, anatomy skills, stretching styles. Chakras by Ashley Turner. Guidelines and elements of sequencing, guidelines for strict vinyasa, history and philosophy of yoga, the yoga sutras, 8 Limbs of Ashtanga (Raja) yoga, pranayama, bandhas, meditation, the 5 koshas, the three gunas, sanskrit, asanas.
Bachelor's of Science, University of Houston-Victoria (2003)
Computer Science-Information Systems Major. The world of computer science focuses on technical and theoretical programs. The information systems shows how it is done by studying the networks use to collect, create, process, and distribute data. This major has given me the foundation skills on; problem solving, creating flow charts which has helped with an intelligent yoga sequence, the mind and body connection and the applied science.