Krystal Moore

Krystal Moore



Healing Your Heart – Yoga & Grief Yoga everyday- Last month May 2015 my Grandad died. In a world that seems so disconnected Yoga promises to connect us. It helps connect us to ourselves, each other, the devine, the truth but what about in the face of grief? If Yoga brings you to your truth, but your truth is choking… Read more →


For the love of ALOE

Aloe Vera is one of the most diverse treats that mother nature provides us, in my opinion coming in at a close second next to the coconut. Aloe can be used in lotions and balms as a natural remedy for sunburn, wrinkles, dry spots, cold sores and for generally soothing the skin. Aloe can also be taken orally in its… Read more →

SXM YOGA reverse namaste


NEW YEAR, NEW INTENTIONS, NEW WEBSITE! So I have temporarily ditched the backpack and grabbed the yoga mat. After having the time of my life (so far) traveling Asia (and the world) over the last year I have decided to embrace some stability and settle on the *beyond beautiful Caribbean Island of Saint Maarten. So since my lifestyle has changed,… Read more →

This is a photo of me, is a sari, jumping in front of the Taj Mahal. Doesn't get more touristy than that right?

INDIA- internet cleanse.

Taking a break from blogging whilst in India. Considering I am in India, the home of Yoga, Meditation and consciousness I have decided to take a little break from blogging and focus on these things! We have completed out 200H Yoga Teacher Training; and have since travelled to many places with a tour. India has opened our eyes in many… Read more →


FINALLY a Certified Ashtanga Yoga Instructor!!!

As of this moment I am a officially a certified Ashtanga Yoga Teacher!!!! I have literally just attended the graduation fire ceremony here at Kranti and received my 200HR YTTC certificate. The course took four weeks to complete and aside from Ashtanga Yoga I also learnt to teach Kriyas (ancient Aryuvedic cleansing techniques- involving catheters up your nostrils and various other crazy things) Pranayama… Read more →



Pretty coincidental that my name is Krystal because anyone who has ever met me will know that I LOVE CRYSTALS. I wear over 15 various crystal beaded bracelets.So I was very excited to learn that Sri Lanka is the only place in the world where you can mine for blue moonstones. Somewhere between Bentota and Galle is a working moonstone mine,… Read more →



Bentota is an area in Sri Lanka, south of Columbo. Many people western people decide to visit Bentota when in Sri Lanka to enjoy the beautiful beaches and river watersport activities. However the areas surrounding Bentota, in historical cultural terms are slim. There is a beautiful temple names the KHARDE VHARA  buddhist/hindi temple which boasts many elaborate brightly painted depictions and… Read more →



Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam and the second largest city. Its a place where you have to close your eyes to cross the road because it literally is too scary. Notorious for their unbelievably-wild road traffic; Hanoi for me has not been particularly ideal. We arrived in Hanoi after spending five days in sleepy, serene, spiritual Luang Prabang and the… Read more →



LUANG PRABANG Luang Prabang is a city in Laos, well known for the many Buddhist temples, monks and monasteries. We stayed in a beautiful guest house named Thongbay riverside. A dreamy little escape next to the river, with an uninterrupted views of the local farmers in their small wooden boats and the many birds. Not to mention a stunning view of… Read more →



Two day slow boat trip through Laos. From Huay Xai to Luang Prabang. After spending a day of well deserved rest after the gibbon experience in Huay Xai, we descided to take the slow boat to Luang Prabang via a sleepy little fishermen’s village, (made popular by tourists) Pak Beng on the majestic Mekong river.  The Mekong is one of the main river… Read more →



Imagine trekking to the heart of the Laos rainforest. Zip lining jungle valleys twice the hight of the Eifell tower & spending the night in a tree house high in a very, very large tree, surrounded by gibbons and other rainforest creatures!  The Gibbon Experience is an eco tourism forest conservation project in Laos. Set in Bokeo Nature reserve visitors are… Read more →



Elephant Nature Park is an elephant rescue and rehabilitation center in Chiang Mai-Northern Thailand where you can volunteer and visit to help out with caring for the elephants.  The 39 elephants at E.N.P are all rescued elephants, saved from various tourists camps, shows and illegal logging mills, where they are forced to work from the age of 4 until death.… Read more →