Anne Gustin

“My deep desire is to share the wisdom of Yoga and Ayurveda while guiding students to experience yoga as postures, breath, nourishment and connection with their soul.  I teach with a skillful awareness of our broader connection to the rhythms of nature. My classes are intuitively designed to help direct you toward your highest potential.  By inviting students to listen, reflect, and know their true self, I gain the privilege to watch students transform in each and every class. That’s the gift of yoga.”

Anne Gustin is a 500hr RYT through the Devanadi Yoga School in Minneapolis and a Certified Ayurveda Yoga Specialist through the Himalayan Institute in Honesdale, PA.  Her trainings are deeply rooted in the Himalayan Tradition.  She actively studies with master teacher Yogarupa Rod Stryker and has completed 9 of the Parayoga Master Level trainings.  In 2009, Anne completed training in prenatal yoga through Blooma in Minneapolis.  She is also a level II restorative teacher trained by Chanti Tacaronte-Perez. Today, her passion for living her yoga has evolved into a strong interest in yoga anatomy, holistic nutrition/Ayurveda and devotion in practice.  Anne believes in the healing nature of yoga and that most injuries to the body and the heart can be prevented and/or remedied using the tools of yoga. Anne teaches a number of classes at Kula including Kula Calm, Kula Restorative, Open Vinyasa Flow and Kula Conditioning.  Additionally, she leads workshops in Ayurveda and has a love of meditation and pranayama so her classes are often highly influenced by these ancient practices.  For the past 5 years Anne has been a member of the teacher training staff at Devanadi. She is an avid outdoorswoman, loves to travel and seeks to find adventure in the ordinariness of everyday life. She lives in Edina with her husband Todd and two daughters Livia and Gianna.