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Kristie is devoted to the practice of yoga as a healing art; a collaborative creation on the canvas of being. Her spontaneous Hatha classes have a focus on joy, energetic flow, and precision of alignment. Kristie finds the clean ground of the beginner and the carefully tended garden of the experienced practitioner equally fertile for practice and study. Her curiosity and desire to serve each student uniquely have led her to extensive studies in various yoga lineages, therapeutic uses of practice, and healing modalties. Kristie has been teaching since 1995 and is an ERYT-500 with the Yoga Alliance. At UCSF’s Osher Center for Integrative Medicine, Kristie participated in research in the therapeutic benefits of yoga as well as teaching classes. She teaches yoga for people with cancer at CPMC’s Institue for Health and Healing, is a longstanding member of the Integral Yoga Institute’s Teacher Training faculty, and her book Yoga: Natural Fitness for Body and Spirit has been translated and published worldwide. She is currently inspired by her studies with Saul David Raye and Angela Farmer, practice of thai yoga massage and reiki, and the fiddleheads of the ferns unfurling in the yard. For more information about Kristie please visit athayoga.com.