Christina is a dynamic, thoughtful and disciplined instructor focused on conveying knowledge to her students in every class she leads. She teaches a Vinyasa flow class that combines discipline and compassion to encourage her students to work to their full potential. Her class is fast-paced, fun, and energetic.
Christina has spent the last 3 years working in private wealth services. Her background is portrayed in her style of teaching through her methodical approach, as well as her emphasis on finding balance, growth and relaxation through yoga.
Trained in Vinyasa yoga through Bhakti Barn 200 RYT training, Magda incorporates the playfulness of vinyasa and the mindfulness of alignment, breathwork, and many other styles including yin yoga and restorative. She enjoys the personal connection cultivated between the student and the teacher. In addition to the 200 RYT, Magda has taken several training workshops for Hands on Assists, backcare and scoliosis, and therapeutics in the classroom.
She is forever grateful to the gurus and friends in her yoga community. When Magda isn't teaching or practicing yoga, she can be found working as an environmental specialist, on her bike, hiking, or traveling and enjoying the simple moments. You can expect some good tunes, a fun practice, yoga philosophy, and laughter in her class.
In 2007, Dima was introduced to Jivamukti Yoga. She has since studied in many advanced Jivamukti Yoga workshops.
Dima’s classes are uplifting, challenging and thoughtful as she integrates the spiritual teachings of the Yoga Sutras into mediation, chanting and asana practice.
Dima’s classes are uplifting, challenging and thoughtful as she
integrates the spiritual teachings of the Yoga Sutras with meditation,
pranayama and asana practice.
Dima is forever grateful for her teachers, especially Uma Nanda
Saraswati, her infinite love and devotion; her teachings of bhakti,
mediation and karma yoga holds a special place in Dima’s heart.