Christine teaches Vinyasa Flow, Gentle, and Restorative Yoga classes. She is known for her ability to craft intelligent and creative sequences inspired by her own practice and study of Yoga. In Christine’s classes, you can expect specific instructions to create postures to bring more strength and flexibility to the body, and, you can expect to be guided to bring the body, mind, and spirit into the present moment. Each student is offered a profound opportunity to practice skillfulness in action. This mindfulness is the essence of the practice of Yoga. Mindfulness cultivates the ability to notice habits and patterns, to listen to the feedback the body is giving (not the mind), and, based on this feedback, to make adjustments to support your practice in the present moment from a compassionate point of view.
Christine graduated from Regis College with a B.A. in Mathematics and from Lesley University with an M.S. in Business. She is currently pursuing an M.Ed. in Special Education. She completed her 500 hour training with Barbara Benagh at Down Under School of Yoga and her 200 hour training with Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health.
She is also a certified Kripalu Yoga in the Schools teacher and delivers a research-based curriculum to foster self-regulation skills to adolescents. In addition, she has a teaching certification from Creative Kids Yoga to help children trust their intuition and move with intention through a variety of activities that are woven into the learning of Yoga postures, breathing techniques, and creative movement. She is passionate and joyful about bringing Yoga to kids and teens.
Christine has been practicing Yoga since 2000. Her practice has evolved over the years and it was when she started a family that she embraced her Yoga practice more than ever. It was her way to stay present, have compassion for herself, and better understand the connection with body, mind, breath, and spirit. This enriched her connection to her loved ones. Practicing Yoga gives her strength to explore the edges of her comfort zone–to be curious about possibilities. Her respect and joy for Yoga have her wanting to share this ancient practice with others to explore, together, possibilities in living with mindfulness and heartfelt intention.
Revolution Community Yoga
537 Massachusetts Avenue
Acton, MA 01720