An innovative and accessible approach to yoga.  You are invited to be curious about what you observe, sense & feel.

My name is Kirstin (with two i’s), I teach yoga & mindfulness to everyone who is interested in giving it a go.  Since 2009, I’ve taught teenagers to octogenarians, and every decade in between.   Movements are simple.  Time is given for skill-building.  You are encouraged to pay attention to your breath & body, to feel rather than think.  My intention is to engage, inspire, and improve your overall well-being.   Yoga will help you to breathe, move & live with greater ease.

“What keeps me coming back to Kirstin’s class is that she puts her students’ experience first and encourages them to develop their own presence and inner authority.” – Heather, California –

I teach weekly classes online & in-person and I am available for private sessions.  I host regular yoga workshops and weekends.  These events provide you with an opportunity to explore a little deeper.  They are an investment in YOU.   Contact me if you’d like to find out more or view my current schedule.


I believe that anyone can do yoga.  As a teacher, I specialise in modifying sessions to the needs of the group or individual.  During almost twenty years of practice, I have explored various approaches to yoga, experience has shown me that one system does not fit all.  I am interested in teaching yoga & movement in a way that allows for inquiry and intuitiveness. Yoga is a curious practice; observation leads us to ask questions and these questions move us towards new possibilities.   Sign up for a scheduled class or contact me with regard to arranging a private session or creating a bespoke yoga group.

“Movement is life. Life is a process. Improve the quality of the process and you improve the quality of life itself.”

-Moshe Feldenkrais-


Yoga brings about an awareness of the things that you don’t always pay attention too. Many come to yoga, myself included, as a physical practice yet the  benefits reach far beyond the body.   You begin by paying attention to your breath, to how you move, to how you breathe and move.   Focusing on the internal experience rather than the external appearance or result of the movement.   Yoga is a moving meditation.  If you can breathe you can do yoga.

Find ease in your body by finding stability & improving mobility

As a practitioner & teacher I am passionate about what I have learnt during nearly two decades of practice, study & teaching

Read about my life, my discoveries, influences & journey.


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“There will be no final end point, no arrival at perfection, no ultimate destination. It’s all a process. It’s all a journey”

– Frank Forencich, A Beautiful Practice –