Jennifer Mattson is a journalist, writer and yogi. She is a former volunteer resident and a Contributing Writer at Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health where she writes about yoga, Buddhism, happiness and healthy living. A former broadcast news producer for CNN and National Public Radio, her reporting and writing have appeared in TheAtlantic.com, The Boston Globe, USA Today and the Women’s Review of Books. She teaches writing workshops at The Brooklyn Brainery and Grub Street in Boston. You can follow her on Twitter @jennifermattson.
Nina Chanpreet Kaur is a writer, educator and consultant. A former public school teacher, Nina brings 8 years of teaching and group facilitation experience to the table. She is currently an Educational Consultant helping teachers and principals transform K-12 education. She is also the Founder of Power With, a global alliance-building initiative that brings men and women together across sectors, cultures, faiths, races, ethnicities and nationalities. Nina’s writing has been featured in a range of publications and performed in plays across the U.S. including The New York Times and The Harlem Times. She blogs regularly on The Langar Hall. You can follow her on Twitter @ninachanpreet.
Pilin Anice is an actress, yoga instructor, nutritionist and dancer dedicated to promoting, inspiring, and educating others to improve their health, wellbeing and to find their Individual Glow. Pilin earned her 200 Hour RYT through Reflections Yoga and Afro Flow Yoga. She is certified in Thai Massage Therapy, and has contributed to health and nutrition articles for several online magazines. She has taught in NYC at the Ailey Extension, Naam Yoga, Reflections Yoga, Asali Yoga, Virasana, and Saku Healing Arts Center. Pilin has appeared on the Today Show and BET. It is her philosophy that yoga, a well nourished body, and a steady mind are the keys to living your best life!
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