There are a number of defining moments in each person’s life – one of those moments when something shakes us awake and catapults us into a new way of thinking.
In this episode, Kristin Ritter, owner of The Nourishing Storm cafe and yoga studio, shares how becoming pregnant with her son moved her to begin to look at the world differently. Life was no longer just about her. What unfolded over time was a growing awareness of how powerful the web of interconnection is and how significantly we can impact each other’s lives.
Listen in as we talk with Kristin and, as always, we would love to receive your feedback and comments.
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Kristin Ritter’s Bio
Kristin is the Founder, Director of Wellness, Holistic Health Coach & Yoga Instructor at Nourishing Storm Studio & Cafe (aka Nourishing Storm Wellness Company) in Hatboro, PA.
Kristin set out on her path 14 years ago to find ways to help others heal and find wellness through exercise and nutrition. After being certified as an AFAA Group Fitness Instructor, Kristin found Yoga and completely fell in love with the peace it brought her as well the connection she felt with every living being. She continued studying Yoga, earning her 200 RYT in Vinyasa Flow which ignited the fire to light her path for growth and much deeper understanding as she opened up Nourishing Storm Wellness Company.
Kristin’s passion for sharing healthy eating really came alive in her first pregnancy, as she realized that our wellness is inextricably linked to every action we take, every thought we think, and everything we eat. From that point, she looked to nature for nourishment and has never looked back. She continued her studies at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition® where she earned her certification as a Holistic Health Coach. She now coaches clients locally and around the country and conducts nutritional seminars at health clubs and wellness centers.
When she is not on her mat, playing with her two beautiful children, cooking up a storm in the kitchen, or looking for the next trail or paddle board to test her practice, she is reading and writing about wellness through awareness, movement and nutrition. Her life’s work is now dedicated to creating harmony between yoga and food, making healthy (soulful) living accessible, joyful and nourishing for all.