I discovered my true home many years ago: the fully embodied experience that home was in the present moment with my own heart. Maya, my very old singing bowl from Nepal and my partner in teaching, is a constant reminder of my true home. One of the fruits of many years...read more
Photo credit: Sam J. Striker, PhD | 2018 International Movement: Brain, Body, Cognition Conference | Boston, MA By Kintla Striker with Sam J. Striker, PhD and Apryl E. Pooley, PhD Yoga is the journey of the self, through the self, to the self. –The Bhagavad Gita ...read more
Welcome to the debut of RED LOTUS NOTES! I'm so grateful for this space to share information and my contemplative thoughts. One of my decades-long favorite quotes, and one which I often use in the studio with clients, is "No Mud, No Lotus." Why do I use it?...read more
“I have been so blessed to have met and worked with Kintla on my healing journey. I have never met such an inspiring and wonderful soul who is so genuine about helping others. I remember telling my family that Kintla is the kind of person who can see into your soul and read you like a book…in the best way possible. She has not only been an inspiration but a wonderful supporter of my healing.
She has a caring yet professional demeanor and never pushed me into doing something I wasn’t comfortable with. She truly understands how trauma affects another human being and I have learned so much more about myself and how the human mind and body interact. I highly recommend working with her to anyone, whether you think you like yoga or not, as Kintla is definitely a necessary player on your healing journey.”Larissa