Founder, Yoga, Meditation and Breath, Reiki
Kristin is a 200 hour E-RYT, an Advanced Yoga For Sobriety Teacher, and a Reiki Master.
The practice of yoga has changed her life in more ways than she can count. When she began to practice 10 years ago she was seeking something to do while her husband was out at his pool league. Little did she know it would become the door to transformation. She has been able to fill her toolbox with tools to deal with her own anxiety, depression, anger, and unwanted patterns of behavior. It has now evolved into a daily practice, a means to transform, a way of life.
Through her practice she has been able to walk a path toward self love, acceptance, and compassion. She still has troubling days, but now has the tools to work with and feel her emotions without stuffing them. Breath helps her reduce repeating behaviors and mindful practices help me remain aware of my actions. Not to mention that she has been able to strengthen her body as well as he heart and soul.
Through Seeds Of Love she strives to help others do the same.
She love the practice of Yoga and hopes to share it to EVERYONE not just those who have the financial and/or physical means to do so.
Board Member, Yoga, Meditation, Reiki, Energy Work, Spiritual Guidance
Hilary is a certified yoga instructor and Reiki practitioner who can compassionately hold space for anyone that needs to be heard. While studying yoga and meditation in the jungle of Costa Rica she learned how her struggles with anxiety and depression would aid in her teaching style. Being vulnerable and authentic with students about her life experiences helps them understand the impact a personal practice can have. Hilary loves to encourage students to really feel their practice and do what their body needs in every moment on their mat. She often jokes that she’s just there to make sure they don’t get hurt, everything else is up to them. Hilary has a naturally calming presence and a knack for making people feel comfortable in uncomfortable situations. She also loves ice cream, French fries, animals and love!
Liv Sangeeta(Lisa Braack)
Contributor, Kundalini Yoga, Meditation and Breath, Reiki
Liv Sangeeta teaches kundalini yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan. She has experienced the transformative effects of the practice and has developed a deep connect with the teachings and is honored to pass them to you. Liv Sangeeta, also known as Lisa or Mommy, is a mother of 2 and is also trained by Holistic Life Foundation as a youth yoga and mindfulness teacher, and Institute for Integrative Nutrition as an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach. Sat Naam.
Yoga, Yoga Therapy, Pre-Natal Yoga, Yoga Nidra
Daveki is an RYT500. (200 hour yoga teacher training (YTT) certification in Hatha Yoga and a 300 hour YTT certification in Yoga Therapy both from International Yoga Academy (IYA) in India). In additon, she is a CPYT100 (certified in pre-natal yoga teacher training; also from IYA. Daveki has been teaching yoga since 2015 and practicing yoga for over 15 years at home and in yoga studios. She believes in yoga’s (asanas, pranayama and meditation) therapeutic effects and that it helps her keep a healthy lifestyle. She loves to share her experience so others could benefit from it. She also believes that yoga is a lifelong journey and that the practitioner gets more flexible everyday through regular practice. She strongly believes that traditional yoga is for anyone and it can be adapted to any age, any body or lifestyle. She retired in 2014 from NJDEP, after 26 years of service, as a Supervising Environmental Specilist.
CYT, E-RYT 500, YACEP, RASIT, & MBSR Graduate
Yoga found Erik in the Spring of 2007. As a cancer patient, he enrolled in the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program, through the Myrna Brind Center for Integrative Medicine at Thomas Jefferson Hospital. Erik was suffering from the side-effects of his cancer therapies. In MBSR classes, students/patients are taught to meditate and practice gentle yoga. These practices help reduce physical and psychological symptoms, increase the ability to relax, reduce pain levels, and enhance the ability to cope with pain that may not go away. With the first yoga practice, Erik felt great physically and very at peace. After graduating from the 8-week MBSR program, Erik continued his daily meditation practice and sought out yoga in a non-hospital environment.
Erik completed his 200-hour yoga teacher training at Yogawood, 30-hour Yin teacher training at The Studio for Yoga, and his 500-hour teacher training and the American Sanskrit Institute teacher training at Trishula Yoga. Erik is a YACEP (Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Provider) and a RASIT (Registered American Sanskrit Institute Teacher).
Erik strives to inspire his students to overcome obstacles, push their own limitations, move beyond the typical Hatha yoga realm, and to find mindfulness and ease-of-wellbeing with every breath, regardless of the pace, intensity, or complexity of the practice.
Yoga Asana, Meditation
Angelina is a 200hr trained yoga teacher who believes all people can do yoga. Though she has be involved in movement practices all her life, she knows that you don't have to be "strong", "flexible", or "graceful" to practice - yoga will give you those abilities.
When not doing yoga, Angelina is a music teacher, choir director, and bassoon player. She also works with marching bands in the southern New Jersey area. In her "spare time" she likes to crochet, read, run (sometimes), go to the beach, and travel. She was a gymnast when she was younger and graduated college as a Music Education major with a minor in Dance. She loves moving and loves seeing the subtle differences each yogi brings to a pose based on what feels good for his/her body.
Yoga Asana, Yin, Meditation
Danielle wears many hats in this life. Danielle is not only a dancer/choreographer turned yogi but works full time as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and is also a Law of Attraction Life Coach. Danielle is a 200 hour Certified Yoga Teacher and Certified Yin Yoga Teacher. Danielle spent her childhood through adulthood learning the art of movement through dance. In college she was introduced to yoga and has been studying yoga ever since. When she is not working in one of these ways she’s home hanging with her dog Randi playing and running, training for a race, or finding an adventure with friends.
Danielle is very passionate about creating movement, teaching, and helping others. She believes in focusing on the health and wellness of the whole person. Mind and body connection is very real. When one or both are compromised it can lead to many types of health problems. No one person is the same in how they heal. The skills she has developed and deepened, including from her own personal experiences, over her career have afforded her a wealth of tools to utilize creatively in helping her clients and students.
Danielle’s classes focus on alignment, providing a safe space, sharing knowledge, and breath connection but most importantly having fun. Classes are interactive but if you prefer to use the time for quiet that’s ok too. Danielle uses not only what she has learned from study and observation but her own experiences. Danielle is proud to have overcome many obstacles including three surgeries due to injuries. In that time she has heard countless times from others “maybe you should stop doing (insert activity here)” or “this is what happens when you get older”. This has spurred Danielle’s purpose in dispelling the myths about our body and its abilities. Our bodies are as young as we think they are. “Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t—you’re right”, Henry Ford.