Kevalin has a passion for living life with ahimsa (non-harm), love, and gratitude. During several years of hustling in the rat race of the corporate finance world, compromising her health, and living in various cities and countries, she found a home in yoga and built a strong foundation in her practices after re-evaluating her definitions of success. She received her 200hr RYT with a further focus in Philosophy, Meditation, and Ayurveda led by Tanya Kaps and Greg Kaps at the Yoga Barn in Ubud, Bali. She completed another 200hr Hatha Yoga program of continuing education with refinements in Bhakti Yoga, Karma Yoga, Raja Yoga, and Jnana Yoga.
While often found off the mat cycling, rock and ice climbing, volunteering, or pursuing the arts, Kevalin is an immensely grateful student, who wants to contribute and give back by sharing her journey and passion through teaching yoga. With her training, she brings pranayama (breathwork), alignment, and group intention into her classes to provide a balanced, holistic, and grounded experience. Kevalin continues to deepen her yoga practice on and off the mat, as she actively seeks to learn from her fellow teachers and students while practicing alignment in her values, actions, mind, and spirit.
Michael Steiger is known for his grounded & accessible teaching style. He doesn’t just teach how to pull-off eccentric postures - he teaches skills that go beyond the mat: how to navigate challenges with grace, how to claim our highest potential, and how to embrace others with an open heart.
Michael’s primary teacher is Ram Dass, who encourages us all to love all, serve all, and remember our unity. Michael received his 200-hour certification in 2019 and will finish his 500-hour certification in June of 2021 with Jason Crandell.
Michael’s goal is to inspire in his students a deeper awareness, understanding, and compassion for their body, mind, and spirit.