As both a student and instructor, I had to pivot in the new reality. I’ve learned a lot through this process and I’d like to share some insights, first as a student, and then as a teacher.
UPDATE: Please see the Classes & Workshops page for all of Christine’s current classes, both online and live.
In these strange days, we’re all doing the best we can. If you can join me live for one of my Instagram Story classes, we’re happy to see you there, but if your attention is split – we’re uploading all the classes to our YouTube channel so you can practice at your convenience.
Thank you so much to everyone who voted! We won first place! Toronto Star Reader’s Choice Diamond Winner for Best Yoga Instructor, and Best Yoga Centre!
The Six Star Finisher Medal is one of the most exclusive race prizes in the running world. Meet our very own amazing Sharon Lindores who became a six star finisher at the Tokyo Marathon earlier this month. Read her story and be inspired!
Presenting the story of Wendi Hanger, who at 80 years looks back at her 50 years of running.
Should I take yoga teacher training? Christine gives helpful tips to help you make a smart decision. If you have an interest/passion for working with athletic bodies, consider the one-of-a-kind Yoga for Runners Teacher Training.
Crisp air and clear sunny days are perfect running weather; farmers markets full of splendour and getting your body back into a routine.
Sitting in lotus pose is a common image in the yoga world. What’s the big deal with this pose? Here I share my thoughts on this pose, my experience with it and what I witness in students.
Vacations are good for the soul and needed to recharge the batteries. Maintaining your fitness routine while away can be challenging – so mix things up. Walking paths are unlimited.