UPDATE: Class has been moved to Saturday the 14th of August to give us plenty of time to share a daily offering reflected on each of the Koshas and a basic understanding of the doshas. If you have not found out what your dosha is, be sure to go to https://mapi.com/pages/dosha-quiz-landing to discover what is your dominant dosha, as you will need it for this course.
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Christina is a leader and fearless educator awakening the vibration of the world around her. She stands up for herself and others and releases anything that does not allow for progression. She refuses to accept oppressive conditional behaviors and limiting beliefs.
Through Yoga Sutra 1:1 Atha Yoga Anushasanam : Yoga begins now. I refuse to accept that I have to be “this” in order to achieve “that.”
Christina is unapologetically authentic, outspoken, and a vibrant soul. She speaks her truth while listening with cOMpassion and understanding and responding without reacting. ”I take responsibility for being consciously educated and delivering un biased truths as a conduit to motivate and inspire those on my path. I DO NOT take responsibility for others.”
Christina’s legacy of change is through inspiring spiritual, physical, and emotional growth by awakening the mind, body, spirit, and soul through conscious education. JBYU is Christina’s school of adaptive yoga and wellness that focuses on encouraging and empowering others to take their power back, work through and dismantle limiting obstacles, and create a legacy that will keep on healing.
She stands for Justice. Equality. Empowerment. Courage. Love.
Christina is the founder of JBUY Yoga School, yoga teacher (in-person and online), retreat leader, educator, life coach, Reiki healer, and founder of 501(c)3 Jai Bhakti Yoga Foundation, providing grants for socially disadvantaged and marginalized students in need of adaptive and accessible holistic wellness and continuing yoga education through JBYU.
Christina Andrini, 500 hour E-RYT, YACEP, has been teaching yoga formally since 2011. She formed the Accessible and Aqua Yoga programs, Bilingual Yoga En Espanol classes, and spearheaded the Connected Warriors NOLA Chapter Yoga for Veterans, Service Members, and First Responders in New Orleans, LA, is the pioneer for Day of Yoga Fitness and Wellness Festival in New Orleans bringing community wellness partners together to share their services with the public for donation or no cost as a way of educating our community of accessible wellness offerings to enrich their lives and is a global yoga teacher leading trainings, classes, workshops, and retreats throughout the globe and online from her home base in New Orleans, LA
Christina is currently enrolled at MIU for her MS in Ayurvedic Wellness and Medicine and continuing for her Ph.D in Physiology.
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" When I came into her apartment for my first lesson I was a little nervous, but she made me feel right at home by inquiring about how things were going in my life. After a short conversation I felt totally relaxed and ready to do yoga. It’s good to have a teacher who takes interest in her student’s lives. I think Christina really cares for people and has a genuine love for humanity. We also talked about what I would like to accomplish with my yoga practice and we went over some ideas that she thought would help me out. I drive a truck for a living and need to focus on exercises that offset the negative effects sitting behind a steering wheel all day has on my body. Christina suggested some hip openers and some gentle back bends.
During our sessions she has a way of challenging me to do more than I think I can but also of knowing how much is too much. I love the way she helps out with certain poses like “down dog” where she leans against my legs thus enabling me to get much deeper into the pose and receive maximum benefits. Towards the end of each session she helps me with my favorite pose, which is a twist and a stretch, sorry I don’t know what it’s called, but with her help I can feel the tension leaving my body. She also helps loosen the neck muscles by massaging them a little bit and I also don’t know what you call this but she does this thing where she lifts up my legs and kind of swings them back and forth. This usually helps tremendously with relaxation also.
After a private yoga session with Christina I feel as if I’ve had both a yoga lesson as well as a mini massage. Most importantly I think all of this stems from her genuine concern and love for her fellow beings.
Christina is truly one of the best yoga teachers and loving, caring people I have ever met. Anyone considering taking private yoga lessons from her should definitely do it. Consider it an investment in yourself. " - Joe K.
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