Pilin Anice

Pilin Anice

Movement & Wellness Leader

Vata Pitta
Constitution: Vata-Pitta

Pilin Anice, RYT- 500, ERYT- 200, is a wellness expert, health coach, and model who has taught yoga, dance, barre, and meditation for over a decade. A Howard Alumna, she is the founder of Restore + Explore Retreats and is an instructor on Mirror and Ailey Extension in NYC. A mom of two, she practices Ayurveda to stay grounded and attuned with nature's cycles and rhythms. Learn more at www.pilinanice.com.

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Articles by Pilin Anice
  • How to Help Kids Balance Their Vata
    • Ayurvedic Lifestyle
    • January 06, 2021
    How to Help Kids Balance Their Vata

    As we continue to adjust to this ever-changing “normal,” it’s important that we adopt ways to balance excess vata and support our children in doing the same.

Education and Experience

Originally from Flint, MI, Pilin is a Kripalu-trained yoga instructor and Howard alumna currently residing in the NYC area. She has been practicing an Ayurvedic lifestyle since 2010.

Public Appearances

Passionate about helping others connect to their highest self, Pilin has appeared on Good Morning America, The Today Show, BET/CentricTV, and YogaXpress. She has been featured in the NY Times, ESSENCE, MindBodyGreen, and SELF.

Currently a Health Coach at THE WELL, Pilin has guided students of all ages in the sacred movements of yoga and dance through a range of workshops and classes. She has taught at the Omega Institute, Dubai Yoga Fest, and SoulFEST, among other places.

Pilin's Point of View

How were you introduced to Ayurveda?

My introduction was with Dr. John Douliard while I was studying to be a health coach at IIN in 2009. I was hooked on Ayurveda from that moment! I dived deeper into Ayurveda at Kripalu in 2013.
 

When are you most likely to go out of balance and how do you bring yourself back in balance using Ayurveda?

In the winter months, I easily go out of balance. Winter can aggravate my physical vata constitution. My morning and evening routines that include movement, mediation, and abhyanga,  are essential for me to stay centered.
 

How has Ayurveda changed your life?

Ayurveda has provided me with ancient wisdom and tools to govern my life and stay in harmony with the rhythms of nature.