Kristin Olson

Kristin Olson, E-RYT 500 is the owner of HOME Yoga in Andover, Mass., and has been teaching yoga since 2007 when she graduated from the prestigious YogaWorks teacher training under world renowned yoga instructor Natasha Rizopoulos’ tutelage. She has had the unique opportunity to assist Rizopoulos with her 200-hour yoga teacher trainings since 2009 as well as assist her at Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health. The intelligence of Kristin’s teaching and practice has earned her a reputation of being a teacher with great command of alignment, anatomy and philosophy. She truly believes our asana practice is a place where we can learn more about our true Self and hopes to inspire others to look beyond the physical benefits of yoga. Find her virtually on Instagram, at her website or on Facebook.

 

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Universal Warm Up

This 20-minute class can be used as a brief standalone practice or as a warm-up to prepare for... more

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For the Love of Core!

This 30-minute core workout uses all true yoga poses to strengthen the core muscles. These... more

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Quieting Evening Flow

End your day with this quieting Level 1/2 class that highlights forward folds. This 60-minute,... more

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Arm Balances 101

Arm balances are a family of poses that can be very elusive for many yoga practitioners. This... more

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Prepare for Inversions: Open the Shoulders

In this 50-minute class, we focus on shoulder strengthening and opening through shoulder work... more

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Open the Shoulders and Free Up Tension

Because most of us sit slouched over a computer or steering wheel for much of the day, the... more

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Create Space in the Torso: Side Stretches and Open Twists

This Level 1/2 class invites more length into the side body and more mobility in the mid-upper... more

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Beautiful Dancer

Dancer’s pose (Natarajasana) is often thrown in as a standing balancing pose in the middle of... more