Yoga Lifestyle with Cristina

Yoga Therapy


November 2016

Teaching Yoga during Holidays. When all of you complete me.

On this Thanksgiving Day I am driving excited towards one of the studios I teach. I have been teaching there for a year now and I feel as if I have been teaching for ages. I feel lonely these days... Continue Reading →

Science Finally Confirms That People Absorb Energy From Others

A biological research team at Bielefeld University has made a groundbreaking discovery showing that plants can draw an alternative source of energy from other plants. This finding could also have a major impact on the future of bioenergy eventually providing... Continue Reading →

Happiness Is……….

30 Important Questions to Ask Before we Commit to a Relationship.

The questions to ask if you are face to face with a prospective partner and if asked of you, to be answered with naked honesty: What models did you have for loving relationships when you were growing up? What did you learn from... Continue Reading →

There are 3 C’s in Life

These jokes about Buddhist monks and Buddhism are a pretty accurate reflection.

1. A Zen master told me, “Do the opposite of what I tell you.” So I didn’t. 2. Says the Master to his pupil: “Do you understand that you don’t really exist?” Upon which the pupil replies: “To whom are... Continue Reading →


“Life holds a potential meaning under any conditions, even the most miserable ones…in some ways, suffering ceases to be suffering at the moment it finds meaning. What man needs is not the discharge of tension at any cost, but the... Continue Reading →

Gratitude towards people in our lives! When someone reminded me of my mom ……

Sitting at Starbucks as I write.  I am looking at the back of a woman's body sipping a cup of Starbucks Coffee. She reminds me of my mother so much that tears start falling down my face. Where is she... Continue Reading →

From Mantras to Monasteries: 10 Ways that Yoga in Nepal Changed My Perspective

Cindy Wei As you can probably imagine, yoga on the other side of the world is almost a whole different world. The birthplace of Buddha and home to a living goddess, countless monasteries, and the world’s highest peak, landlocked Nepal is certainly a... Continue Reading →

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