Kristine Weber, MA, C-IAYT, eRYT-500, is the founder of Subtle® Yoga and a leading authority on the neuroscientific benefits of slow, mindful yoga. She’s an advocate for the use of these practices as an integral part of the solution to the healthcare crisis. Her Subtle® Yoga Revolution series of online courses has been praised by thousands all over the world.
Kristine has studied yoga and holistic healing for more than 30 years, taught yoga since 1995, trained teachers all over the world since 2003, and trained mental health professionals to use yoga in their clinical practice for over a decade at UNC’s Mountain Area Health Education Center. She was recently invited to speak to staff and members of the US Congress at Capitol Hill about the potential benefits of yoga therapy in the healthcare system. Kristine has published a book and many articles, written book chapters, and is currently conducting research on Subtle® Yoga for addiction recovery. She lives in Asheville, North Carolina, with her New Zealander husband, Brett, son, Bhaerava, and neuroprotective cat, Jerry. Find out more at subtleyoga.com.