Yoga Lifestyle with Cristina


Each Mat Tells a Different Story

Evolve your movement practice. ​Tell me WHY? When was the last time you evaluated your practice like that? Your teachers like that? Your SELF like that?

STORIES FROM THE MAT  " Even the simple looking stuff in yoga, like the picture here, or warrior II, or warrior I, or uttanasana, utkatasana, sukhasana, and all these poses that are standard in most yoga classes can for many... Continue Reading →

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 →

6 Yoga Stories: How the Practice Changed these Yogis Lives

There are experiences in life that call on you to find a strength you never thought you had. To have to bury your soulmate or beloved parent, to live in a body wracked with pain, to lose mobility and independence—these... Continue Reading →

Voluntary Simplicity

I am sitting at the kitchen table is morning. I want to read, not only the newspaper but also the 7 yoga books I piled up to my right. Sometimes I start eating breakfast or drink the morning coffee while... Continue Reading →

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Off the mat with a Yoga Student

As a yoga teacher we come to class and create connections over time with the students that enjoy this journey we call Yoga.  We know about their struggles or their happy moments but we do not know what they do... Continue Reading →

Healing Yoga Practice : A Yoga Practice to Get your soul Through Grief

Whether you’re dealing with a recent loss this time a year—in the form of an ended relationship, divorce, death of a loved one or pet, losing a job or home, even infertility—or if old, unresolved grief starts bubbling up, a... 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 →

Grounded versus Centered

Why I No Longer Use the Word ‘Grounded’ in My Practice The term no longer serves me, but I found one that did. By Katarina Arneric It’s come to my attention that the word “grounded” no longer serves me. It’s... Continue Reading →

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