For the past 6 years, Kristen has been immersed in the world of mind/body practices and meditation. She discovered her way first to yoga & Zen meditation (2 year formal practioner), and now has taken a love for the movement meditation of Qigong and Tai Chi as a road to empowerment and self-cultivation. The primary reason she turned to these path of self-healing, was after a time of complete depression, anxiety and meltdown – now, that same tumultuous period of her life was the catalyst for her future learning – now that part of her life is lined with grateful golden lining…
She follows the path of Integral Qigong and Tai Chi, developed as the life time work of Dr. Roger Jahnke, O.M.D. The most alluring aspect of these ancient Chinese science/art/spiritual practices, is they foster a gate way to loving the mystery of life and death. They also are gentle means of exploring emotions that have stagnated within our organs and seek release, movement, and a return to flow. We can empower ourselves to aid divine work with our own intention. Qigong is method of harmonizing our human experience with the natural cycles of divine natural design. Through the experience of duality and paradox, we wander in search of love, meaning and the truth. Qigong is a science of breath, meditation, self-massage, and gentle movement that connects to our minds and hearts and thus prepare us for a life of service and spiritual development.
Kristen Musolino is a 200 Hr Graduate of Integral Qigong & Tai Chi. Integral methods take ancient arts of Tai Chi and Qigong and blend them with our fast-paced modern world. It is a stress mastery and self-empowerment practice, begun by Master Trainer Roger Jahnke (O.M.D.) who is on a mission to infuse Qigong & Tai Chi practices into the US healthcare system, one empowered person at a time. Kristen is a B.A. graduate from The College of New Jersey and a graduate from the Brookdale Massage Therapy Program. She has held public practice leader sessions at the Esalen Institue in Big Sir, California (2016), La Casa De Maria in Santa Barbara(2017), and at the Ancient Yoga Center in Austin (2019).