who are we?

Yoga Mouth Collective is a for profit business that partners and collaborates with all levels of the community to provide engaging, evidence informed, hands on public health and wellness activities and programming to schools, individuals, corporations, and professional training.

Yoga Mouth Collective is a for profit business that partners and collaborates with all levels of the community to provide engaging, evidence informed, hands on public health and wellness activities and programming to schools, individuals, corporations, and professional training.

Our business specializes in breaking barriers to access mindful movement and self defense with an emphasis on the therapeutic mental health and mindfulness concepts that make these ancient evidence informed training styles like Yoga, meditation, martial arts, and mindful resilience practices available to our community

regardless of background, experience, and abilities.

The Mind Body Center is the non-profit partner of Yoga Mouth Collective. The MBC supports mindfulness based mental and physical healthcare and education for every community. At the MBC you direct your care and treatment. We do not diagnose. We help support you as you heal in a whole person way that advocates for you to take charge of your healthcare experience. Our natural methods of healing are evidence based practices that can work as well, or better, than medications and traditional Western therapy.

meet kristi

Kristi is the founder of Yoga Mouth Collective and Executive Director of The Mind Body Center. Her parents were both physicians that taught her the art of caring for others. Kristi was exposed to the beauty and the magic of healing from being present on house calls with her dad and being in the hospital with her mom as she delivered babies and supported new moms in their journey to motherhood…

meet Fael

Fael (Fell) Jenkins is a 2023 PBJJF Pan Am Black Belt Champion who started training in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) 12 years ago. He’d been a decorated high school wrestler and years later found a sport that kept him on the mats exploring combat well into adulthood. He breaks barriers in BJJ just like he breaks barriers in mindful movement education.