Meet Your Team

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Andy Le Roux

Andy has been practicing yoga since 2000. In 2016, he felt the urge to focus and learn more about this wonderful discipline and took the Teacher Training at Infinite Yoga in San Diego. He has participated in workshops with Day Christensen, Jason Crandell, Sharon Gannon, DayOne yoga, Eoin Finn and Kino MacGregor. He has also done further training at Nandi Yoga, YogaFlow SF and AstaYoga.

 

Convinced that meditation in movement achieved through yoga can improve humanity, he enjoys guiding other people in their journey.

“May all beings everywhere be happy and free, and may the thoughts, words, and actions of my own life contribute in someway to that happiness and to that freedom for all.”

-Lokah Samastah Sukhino Bhavantu

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Kristin Stansky

Kristin, started her professional journey working with college-age students as a school counselor. From there, she moved to a hospital environment working in adult psychiatric care as a crisis intervention and family counselor.  Now she applies her work as a holistic health and wellness counselor.

She believes connecting with body, soul and Spirit is the key to emotional and mental well being. 

Learning the skills to consciously observe your thoughts and emotions, and connect to your body is a first step in healing. She teaches her clients how to start this process and often gives follow up work to do outside of sessions. 

She uses a combination of educational coaching—teaching clients how to become aware of the mind-body connection, coupled with reflective listening. If wanted, she also uses a mind-body protocol for emotional freedom that helps you uncover subconscious patterns and heal the root of the issue.

She is passionate about helping her clients face the pain that is holding them back and bloom into the person they truly are.  

Kristin holds a BS in Psychology from The University of Pittsburgh and a MSW from Hunter College. 

"If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other."

- Mother Theresa

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Elizabeth
House

Elizabeth got into health and fitness after overcoming her own struggles with health. 

As a teenager she struggled with depression and low self esteem, and got into restrictive dieting. She started having odd health issues as a result of how restrictive her diet was. 

She had intense kidney pain that her doctor couldn’t figure out, and her energy started to be very inconsistent. 

This lead her to seeking a more wholistic approach to health and wellness, adding back in foods she had avoided and learning proper portion control. 

 

Fast forward a few years and she started using workout plans designed by personal trainers and loved them. 

That lead her to want to help others also

find energy, functional strength, and to start enjoying life again. 

 

Elizabeth is certified with NASM in personal training and is pursuing an undergraduate degree in biology, premed.

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Jess

Skinner

Jess began as a collegiate athlete. After suffering an injury in 2015 that ended her career, she found a new passion in Physical Therapy. Now in pursuit of her doctorate, she provides pain and injury management, movement pattern development, functional training, sport specific training and nutrition. She is certified through ISSA as a personal trainer, nutritionist, and lifestyle transformation specialist. 

Jess is continuously learning and developing new skills that may better serve her clients. She is dedicated to helping them find the pieces they need to feel whole.

"If you change your thoughts, you will change your life."

-Dr. Norman Vincent Peale