Kristin Kenney is a renowned trainer and wellness coach based in New York City. As an athlete and fitness expert, she creates functional yet transforming mind-body experiences for her clients. Her unique approach draws upon movement science, creativity, philosophy, and humor and has been called "ahead of its time." With over 19 years of experience, she holds certifications from the American Council on Exercise, The National Academy of Sports Medicine, Schwinn Cycling, and holds certifications in Pilates, Prenatal and Postnatal fitness. Her expertise has been featured on national broadcast networks, as well as nationally recognized publications such as PEOPLE magazine and The New York Times.
Katherine is one of the most sought-after private and group fitness instructors in NYC. She spends her free time devoted to education youth on the importance of proper fitness and nutrition while also advocating for health education reform. As a NASM certified trainer, she also holds certifications in Yoga, Pilates, TRX, Nutrition, SPX fitness, Zumba, and pre/post natal fitness and nutrition. Katherine has consulted with and created classes for boutique studios including SLT and The Movement (MOVE by KGBody). Prior to founding KGBody, clients enjoyed training with Katherine at the Tracy Anderson Method, Barry's Boot Camp, SLT, Reebok Sports Club and the Bari Studio.
Colleen Saidman Yee
The New York Times christened Colleen "The First Lady of Yoga," in their recent profile of her on the front page of the Sunday Style section. Her introduction to yoga was in 1987, at the urging of a roommate, who conviced her to attend a class in New York City. Soon after, her worn-out running shoes, her basketball, and her boxing gloves became things of the past. In 1994 after back surgery, Colleen's commitment to her yoga practice deepened. A graduate of Jivamukti's 1998 teacher-training program, Colleen opened her own studio, Yoga Shanti, in Sag Harbor, in 1999. Before that she had a varied career: she was a cover girl, a student of shiatusu, and she lived in Calcutta, working with Mother Theresa at the Home for the Dying and Destitute.
Andia Winslow, Yale alumna and founder of The Fit Cycle, is both a Professional Golfer, Sports Performance Coach and a passionate Master Certified Fitness Professional. She believes that "the best experiences are those that are shared" and has been recognized globally for her fitness activism in the creation of innovative movies that encourage heart health, proper consumption, injury prevention and total athletic development. Andia's work has been featured by The New York Times, CNN, Forbes, Shape Magazine, Black Enterprise, Heart & Soul Magazine, USA Today, The Chicago Tribune, Health Magazine, Headline News, Weight Watchers, Self Magazine, Bloomberg Business Week, ESPN.com and Mashable.com which with more than 40 million hits per month, is the "top news source in the social and digital media, technology and web culture."