For a very long time she said that if she could do anything, she would teach yoga.
What began as an interesting form of movement and physical expression ultimately became her refuge, her inspiration and her greatest teacher. After more than a decade of personal practice, Christina embraced her dream to share yoga’s rich and profound practices with others. She left her full-time job as an associate creative director in Austin and moved with her husband to Melbourne, Australia to complete her 500-hour vinyasa teacher training with Moksha Academy of Yoga in 2018.
Christina’s all-levels classes guide students back to their inner landscape through asana, mudra, pranayama and self study. Each practice is thoughtfully crafted to empower students both on and off the mat. The experience is a story of challenge and renewal, strength and softness, growth and release.
A student first and foremost, Christina also holds certifications in nada yoga and mantra, as well as Embodied Flow Yin. She completed a mentorship series with Satu Tuomela and is currently furthering her training in Embodied Yin.
After three months of traveling across Southeast Asia, Christina returned home to Austin in early November. Before leaving Melbourne, she taught weekly vinyasa, power flow, slow flow, hatha, and yin + meditation classes at Yoga Corner, LaVida Health and Radiant Sol.
Christina extends her heartfelt thanks to teachers past and present: Jerry Balderas, Jacquelynn St.Pierre, Emma Palmer & Karen Mulholland, Mei Lai Swan, Deborah Langley, Christina Gagnier, Dr. Scott Lyons, and Satu Tuomela.