‘i do yoga with love, dedication and a sense of humor :-)’
The word yoga means ‘unity’ in Sanskrit. Yoga is the science of right living, it works on all aspects of the person, the physical, vital, mental, emotional and spiritual; therefore, is intended to be incorporated in daily life.
Why has yoga become so popular in the western world?
Today, people in the western world are experiencing more stresses and tensions, some are over relying on tranquilizers, sleeping pills and alcohol as a way to control and cope. Practicing yoga, however, can help us to bring stresses under control, thus to achieve body, mind and emotional harmonization.
Christine has been a yoga practitioner since 2005 and has learned her yoga all around the world. Inspired by her teachers and environments, she is dedicated to offering a safe environment that welcomes students from all walks of life to find practice that suits individual needs. She holds a Master of Science degree from Sweden and completed her Yoga Alliance 200 Hour Teachers Training in India in 2011. She has taken yoga classes at various studios in New Zealand, Sweden, Germany and Switzerland, and trained with world renowned yoga teachers including Kino MacGregor and Young Ho Kim. She is registered with YogaAlliance Australia.
Besides yoga, she is interested in meeting people from all over the world and getting to know their stories.