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Christina Prodromakis

"Teacher, RYT 200, teaching Yoga Foundations, Beginners"

A loving mother of two beautiful girls, Christina Prodromakis began her yoga practice in 2004.

 

She has studied numerous forms of Hatha Yoga including Anusara and Vinyasa with respected teachers such as Noah Maze, Sean Corn, Sue Elkin, Naime Jezzeny, and Bryan Kest. Between 2011 and 2012, Christina completed over 100 hours of Anusara training with Ashleigh Sergeant, and 200 hour teacher training through YogaWorks. She has also completed 30 hours of Restorative and Trauma  based  Yoga with Annie Piper.

 

Christina’s passion for teaching yoga comes from her extensive knowledge of the system of yoga, the benefits of practice, skill in incorporating its principles into her own life, and guiding other to do the same.

 

Christina’s classes are breath-based with a focus on alignment, where postures are sustained for an extended period of time, infused with relaxing music and Yogic Philosophy.

My Schedule
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08:00 AM
Yoga Basics ONLINE
Online
with Christina Prodromakis
1 hour
This class provides a comfortable environment in which to learn the fundamentals of yoga. Learning to move with breath awareness, you will practice yoga postures to align and strengthen the body. This is an ideal class for those new to yoga. Experienced students who prefer a slower paced class enjoy Yoga Basics as it allows them the space to refine their personal practice.
08:00 AM
Yoga Basics IN STUDIO
with Christina Prodromakis
1 hour
This class provides a comfortable environment in which to learn the fundamentals of yoga. Learning to move with breath awareness, you will practice yoga postures to align and strengthen the body. This is an ideal class for those new to yoga. Experienced students who prefer a slower paced class enjoy Yoga Basics as it allows them the space to refine their personal practice.