Kirsten received her 800-hour certification from Integrative Yoga Therapy, holds a master’s degree in Special Education, and is a 500-hour Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) and Certified Personal Trainer. As a Certified Yoga Therapist, and Trauma- Informed Yoga Teacher, she has specialized in working with individuals healing from an injury or practicing with a chronic condition, individuals struggling with anxiety or depression, couples, children with autism, and expectant mothers. She has studied various styles of yoga: Anusara, Iyengar, Vinyasa, Restorative, Tantra and Yin.
Kirsten founded Infinity Holistic Wellness & Yoga to be an oasis for practicing yoga, meditation & other healing modalities in the Chicago Loop. The group of talented and experienced instructors on the Infinity team represent a range of specialties, personalities & passion. Each instructor brings their own personal touch to their teaching; however, the common threads that tie them together are their skills all lay on the spectrum of yoga therapeutics, & that they have an ability to make yoga accessible to all beings.
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A practitioner since 1999, Erica is a yoga, meditation and mindfulness teacher. Her intention is to help you cultivate new curiosity and awareness so that you can change your relationship to stress – to heal, evolve and ultimately transform. She teaches mindful yoga and meditation practices across Chicago. She received her CYT-200 from Moksha Yoga and has more than 1,000 hours in specialized training, including yoga therapeutics with Gabriel Halpern. Her goal is to help you heal, evolve and transform. [READ MORE]
Jenna is a 500hr Yoga Instructor and studies with Inner Peace Yoga Therapy. Her classes are all inclusive and trauma informed, creating a safe space where all are welcome to explore and grow. She uses modifications and props in order to make yoga accessible to everyone while still honoring the unique needs of each individual.[READ MORE]
Michelle is a licensed physician assistant at Northwestern Memorial Hospital and also a 500-RYT certified yoga teacher. She is committed to integrating these two worlds through education and direct experience. Providing experience of the mind-body connection as a route to healing is the foundation of her teaching. [READ MORE]
Catherine has both a 200 hr and an advanced 500 hr yoga teaching certification through Moksha Yoga Center. She has studied therapeutics with Gabriel Halpern and adjustments with Rich Logan. [READ MORE]
Nancy DL Heraty, C-IAYT
DL specializes in Yoga for Scoliosis, Yoga for Back Care and Yoga Therapeutics for those with specific issues and ailments. She is a Certified Yoga Therapist with IAYT, and comes from a background in classic Hatha Yoga with emphasis on alignment. [READ MORE]
Liz Mandeville, a distinguished musician, mystic and bon vivant, is a graduate of the Sivananda Yoga Vendata Teacher Training Residency. Liz is also a Certified Sound Therapist, who is trained in the use of Sound Meditation techniques and specializes in Crystal Singing Bowl Meditation and Mantra. [READ MORE]
Frank Mitchell is an avid yogi, arts advocate and certified Kemetic Yoga Instructor. He has been practicing Bikram yoga for 4+ years and holds a certification in the Kemetic yoga tradition with Yirser Ra Hotep who has been teaching the style for over 40 years. [READ MORE]
Whitney Pasch (RYT 500) studies the International Association of Yoga Therapy and has over 800 hours of specialized training in postural alignment, injury rehabilitation and persistent pain. She is passionate about sharing these healing practices with others. [READ MORE]
Tonna studied Exercise Physiology and Kinesiology at UIC. She has worked with rehab specialists and taught medical professionals at conferences and at Northwestern. She holds her 500+ hour CYT from Moksha Yoga Center. [READ MORE]
Rajni is a multidisciplinary yoga teacher, with over 2,000 hours of teaching experience. She helps her students cultivate an authentic, fearless and impactful life that leaves behind division, harmful mindsets, body discomfort, mind-chatter and negative emotional reactions. [READ MORE]