Yoga Lifestyle with Cristina

Yoga Therapy


November 2018

It takes a lot longer to get in shape than to fall out of shape.


Books I recommend

Your Spine Your Yoga by Bernie Clark Fascia by David Lesondadak

Why am I Truly Here Today? All you need is a Safe Space to Practice.

I find that Yoga practice transforms the one who is able to come to class and just let go. Even if it means to cry on the mat or lay in Savasana for half the time. Can you take a... Continue Reading →

Teaching Full 90 min Class in the ​Dominican Republic

Hi, Fellow yogis, I am sharing a class I recorded during the Dominican Republic yOGA Retreat Oct 2018. Here is a video of the Yoga Morning Practice I was teaching. A full 90 min video. I recommend change your settings when... Continue Reading →

Yoga Teachers: Be One or Date One, It’s All the Rage |The story from a Personal Trainer point of view

Afunny thing is happening in the yoga world according to the Wall Street Journal and the Hollywood Reporter. Not exactly your go-to fitness resources, but there they were – stories about how yoga is changing the landscape of people’s careers and... Continue Reading →

There are some events nothing can prepare you for.

A woman called Cynthia wrote to musician, writer and actor Nick Cave and asked him how he deals with the death of his son, Arthur. Arthur died in 2015, aged 15, after a fall from a cliff. This is how... Continue Reading →

Hips and Hamstrings |Off the mat Series

You can view a 20 min video on my YouTube Channel. This is Second Part of A 2 Parts Series that will activate your quads and hamstrings, stretch your legs and open your hips. It is suitable for beginners... Continue Reading →

Your Brain on Yoga. Part I: Motor Control by Garrett Neill

In this day and age, it’s no lie that there is a myriad of ways to move your body. There’s also a lot of different styles of how to teach these movements. Yoga alone features at least 8 major forms... Continue Reading →

Yoga Cat ..Meoooww

YOU'LL HAVE A HEALTHIER HEART. Owning any pet is good for your heart. Cats in particular lower your stress level—possibly since they don't require as much effort as dogs—and lower the amount of anxiety in your life. Petting a cat... Continue Reading →

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