Kristina Sleyster, RID, NCIDQ
Kristina is a licensed interior designer with a passion for natural health and wellness. Her dedication to healthy living and the environment began in college as her own health declined. For her, the toxicity of the air, food, water, EMR, building and consumer products used and consumed in our homes and businesses became evident. Kristina realized these issues play a key role in her health and the declining health of our society. Through years of experience and research Kristina has obtained a wealth of knowledge. As the ‘canary in the coal mine’, Kristina has learned firsthand the importance of putting wellness first when creating a balanced and beautiful environment.
Kristina Sleyster is NCIDQ Certified and licensed by the Texas Board of Architectural Examiners as a Registered Interior Designer. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Interior Design and graduated Cum Laude from the Southwest University of Visual Arts in Tucson, Arizona. Kristina’s work includes: new construction and renovations of hotels, healthcare facilities, commercial offices, multi-unit residences, model homes, and single-family homes. Kristina is currently perusing a Health & Wellness Coach Certification.
Erin’s interest in natural wellness began in 2002 when she studied massage therapy. Over the years Erin’s gained a strong understanding of how environmental concerns can have an affect on our health. She now enjoys learning how design and wellness can impact her family, as she and her husband renovate their country farmhouse in rural Ontario. Erin and her husband look forward to raising their two young ‘country girls’ with plenty of fresh air, fireflies, and dirt.