Kylan Fischer is a yoga instructor and plant-based health coach with degrees in business marketing and liberal arts. This vibrant yogi also holds certifications in yoga, SUP yoga, sports nutrition, and rescue scuba diving. Kylan views yoga as a form of magic with the potential to make people feel better from the inside out, and she’s eager to share it with the world. Over the years, she has relished in the opportunity to teach various classes, workshops, and retreats. From skincare, workouts, and yoga tutorials to motivational quotes, vegan recipes, and travel tips – this bendy beauty seeks to enlighten others with her inspiring, health-based lifestyle on a daily basis.
When did you first try yoga?
I first tried yoga in an LA fitness gym when I was 15. I didn’t fall in love with it until 5 years later when I found a studio I loved!
How many years have you been practicing yoga?
Who was the first teacher that greatly influenced you?
Polina was my teacher during my teacher trainer. I though her practice was beautiful and it inspired me to take my practice to the next level.
When did you decide to become a yoga teacher and why?
When I was 22 I received my certification. I loved the practice and wanted to share it with the world.
How much time do you devote to your yoga practice per day/week?
1 hour/ 3-4 days per week
What is the hardest yoga pose that you have ever found?
Lotus handstand! I love it because it is the perfect combo of strength, flexibility, and balance.
What advice would you give to those who are just starting their yoga journey?
Consistency is key!
How often do you meditate? (Min per day / once per day)
5 minutes a day.
What are your Top 3 favorite places? they can be anywhere on earth
New Zealand, California, Hawaii
What are your Top 3 favorite movies that everyone should watch?
I don’t have any favorite movies.
Do you have any favorite TV Shows? If so, what are your Top 3?
Friends, friends, and friends
What are the Top 3 YouTube channels that you regularly watch?
I don’t watch a whole lot of YouTube.
What are your Top 3 favorite books that have influenced your life in some way?
The Buddhist bootcamp by Timber Hawkeye is my all time favorite.
What are your Top 10 songs (for 2019-2020)?
I got you,
Make you mine,
Live love laughter,
Pass it around”
What are the Top 5 modern yogis you admire and that the readers should check out? Do they have an Instagram?
@lamise, Talia Sutra, Tawny Janae
As a child, what did you want to be when you grew up?
A marine biologist
What was your first ever job?
What time do you wake up? What about going to sleep?
What do you do in the first 30 minutes after waking up?
Do you drink coffee? If so, how do you take it?
Yes! I use vanilla almond milk with vanilla coffee
Do you drink alcohol? If so, what’s your drink of choice?
What type of food do you gravitate towards? (your diet)
Vegan diet for life. I try to eat the rainbow.
If you could have any superpower in the world, what would it be?
If you had the ability to change yourself would you, and if so, what would you change?
What are your hobbies other than yoga?
Surf. I surf every morning.
What are the three basic rules that you live by?
Do no harm. Be kind. Think before I speak.
If you received a gift of $1 billion, how would you spend it?
I would save animals, save people, and try to make the world a better place.
If you could invite any person in history, dead or alive, to dinner, who would you choose?
My Fiancé will always be my dinner date of choice. Forever and always.
What new skill would you like to master in the next 3 years?
What is one piece of advice that you would give to your younger self?
Go for it and stop looking back.
How much time do you spend on your phone per day?
A few hours a day because I work mostly on my phone.
What are the top 5 apps you spend the most time on?
Instagram, emails, zoom, perfect video, Lightroom.
Whose interview would you like to read next on this site?
Lamise. I’ve always admired her practice.
What's Your Reaction?
Former nutrition specialist Alexandra Mackenzie knows what it means to support the body and mind through food. She’s passionate about sharing her wealth of knowledge with anyone willing to listen.