Meet the Team Crystal Boschert– I start from the philosophy that yoga is about transformation of the self, on and off the mat, finding balance with effort and ease in each posture and with whatever life throws your way. I believe that yoga can help to create unity with your body, mind, and breath in practice and in life. Yoga is more than just about form, it is giving you the gift to truly see yourself and allowing yourself to let go of the “baggage” we all carry around with us.My teaching style is non-judgmental and always try to encourage growth physically, mentally, and emotionally. Reminding my students to come back to themselves by getting out of their heads and into their bodies. I keep my students safe in their postures by using subtle cuing, hands-on adjustments, and modifications. This helps to challenge each student to reach beyond their perceived limitations, so they can begin to find and understand their own body. I am great with beginners and strive to make each class accessible for all levels of practice. I recieved my 200hr yoga training at Jane’s House of Wellbeing under Robin Buck and other masterful teachers. See you on the mat. Credentials: MA, LPC, CCTP, ERYT-200, YACEP, Reiki Master Practitioner I am also a Doterra Wellness Advocate, Ordained Minister, EFT/TFT Tapping Practitioner, PiYo Live Instructor, Chakra Energy Healer, and working towards 300hour Yoga certification & sound healing certification. Kendra Lacy-Jones– My desire is to impact YOU and to hold space for YOU to really light up and be aligned with your calling and to have this beautiful harmony between your health, your relationships and your goals. My purpose is to hold space for YOU to open up and just be YOU. I spent the last five years educating myself on the vast knowledge of holistic health moving closer to level one NAHA approved aromatherapy certification. The more I learn the more I knew I needed to share. For my Livin’ Sublime Tribe I’ll be offering natural solution workshops teaching YOU how to safely and effectively use essential oils. I want to be the guide, the bright light for others like myself to feel empowered in their physical and emotional well-being. My name is Kendra, I am wife, a mother, a sister, a holistic enthusiast, a wellness advocate, a brown girl with a vision of creating change by showing up as my highest self for others through self care, empowerment + personal development. Credentials: RYT-200, Doterra Wellness Advocate Mary Olson– My name is Mary Olson and I’m 47 yrs old. I am married to my high school sweetheart and we have 2 adult children and 1 grandson. In 1998 I was diagnosed with Relapsing-Remitting Multiple Sclerosis. Along with this diagnosis came a deep depression and a lot of uncertainty. I suffered in my body and mind and needed to find a way to heal past and present trauma. As well as a way to take care of my body, mind and soul, and to find a better and more healthy way to live my life. I stumbled upon yoga in 2011 and my life has been much better because of it. Soon after starting a regular yoga practice I decided that it was a good idea for me to enroll in yoga teacher training 200 hour program. Not long after graduating from teacher training in 2012 I found that teaching yoga with the prop of a chair was very beneficial for people with any kind of disability or health concern. I have now been offering a chair yoga class since 2017 in the St Charles area and to “MS Bright Spots of Hope” a local non-profit that travels the US to offer support in many ways to others living with MS and their care partners. A portion of that work is teaching MSers a chair yoga practice. I’ve been able to put together yoga classes done from the comfort and stability of a chair that anyone can participate in. I always look forward to sharing the gift of yoga with everyone looking for another way to see themselves more clearly with love and support. Credentials: RYT-200 & Yoga Nidra training Scott Terry -Hello friends (those I have and have not met yet)! I began my yoga journey more recently in 2023, but have always had a calling for wellness modalities within the mind, body, and sprit. I learned of the power of meditation through martial arts training in my teens. Progressing into college and into a career spending most of my time sitting at a desk, I dealt with weight gain and physical issues dealing from the stress of long hours in a highly competitive office culture. Although still working full time I’ve found my balance with yoga and have incorporated my practice into a reconnection with meditation (the mind), gym training (the body), and my personal path to enlightenment (the spirit). Joining Livin Sublime Wellness has helped connect those dots for me and provided a sense of inclusion and welcomeness that provides a space for my practice to flourish! As a musician, I have always been moved by sound and believe that those rhythms, tones, and energies can create many emotions and positive impacts for individual or groups. I’m looking forward as a member of the tribe to share, guide, and learn together as we all grow on our paths. I’m married to my wife Mandy and we have our two fur babies Camel and Pixilena “Pixie” (who are quite the yoga practitioners themselves)! We enjoy the beach, paddle boarding, hiking, crystal digging (and most anything outside). Credentials: Certified facilitator for groups. 25+ years as a musician. Cultural wellness lead and advocate within my company.