Kristina Cavit

Kristina Cavit is the director of The Kindness Institute. She teaches mindfulness, yoga and stress management to private clients, marginalised youth and women in prison.

Mental Health
Nov 10, 2017

Getting Your Shit Together: how to decompress the stress

Getting Your Shit Together is a monthly column on everyday mental health from Auckland mindfulness educator Kristina Cavit. In her final column of the series she’s talking to Sheryn Gieck about how to find clarity in a world full of stress and anxiety. 

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Mental Health
Aug 16, 2017

Getting your shit together: yoga as a survival tool

Getting Your Shit Together is a monthly column on everyday mental health from Auckland mindfulness educator Kristina Cavit. This month she’s talking about the effects yoga has had on her life, and the lives of the prisoners and children she has taught.

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Mental Health
Jul 4, 2017

Sleep makes you healthier and happier. Here's how to get more of it

Getting Your Shit Together is a monthly column on everyday mental health from Auckland mindfulness educator Kristina Cavit. This month she's talking about the life-changing magic of getting enough sleep.

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Mental Health
May 25, 2017

Getting Your Shit Together: How two 15 year olds deal with bullying

Getting Your Shit Together is a new monthly column on everyday mental health from Auckland mindfulness educator Kristina Cavit. Ahead of Pink Shirt Day tomorrow, Cavit talks to two teenage friends about their experience of bullying - and the techniques they've developed to fight back.

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Mental Health
May 2, 2017

Getting your shit together… in the workplace

Getting Your Shit Together is a new monthly column on everyday mental health from Auckland mindfulness educator Kristina Cavit. Here Kristina looks at simple ways to cope with workplace stress.

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Mental Health
Mar 31, 2017

Introducing our new mental health column, Getting Your Shit Together

In a community known for murder, gangs and drug abuse, yoga and mindfulness is becoming cool. For her first Spinoff column, Auckland mindfulness educator Kristina Cavit explains what we can learn from the experience of kids in inner-city Baltimore.

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