What you'll do
This small online group experience kicks off with an intimate Q & A where you can ask me anything you want about yoga, the Olympics, or anything in-between. I’ll then guide you through a vinyasa flow. I specialize in teaching a “strong slow flow” class where we will start off slow with an emphasis on breath, warming, and preparing the body. We’ll then gradually build to the peak with optional challenges along the way, including handstands. Meditation will follow cooldown. I’ll guide a short relaxation at the end of the experience—allowing you to remain in savasana (final resting pose) for as long as you desire in the comfort of your own home without any disturbances. All levels are welcome. I can tailor the class to benefit all yogis, whether you’d like to work towards the challenges or simply enjoy a delicious movement-based flow with no advanced postures to help increase circulation; strengthen, lengthen, and tone the whole body; and also calm the mind and nervous system. Please note you can book a private session and have a class specifically designed to meet your (or your group’s) physical, mental, and emotional needs to help restore a sense of balance within. These one-on-one or group classes are for all levels of yoga practitioners and will be tailored accordingly. Yin and/or meditation sessions are also available on request.
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I’m a 2014 Winter Olympian and avid yogi who’s passionate about mindfulness and well-being. Throughout my snowboarding career, I’ve sought out different ways to counteract the high demands and pressures that come with being a professional athlete. I give back to my physical body through yoga and and soothe my mind through rest and relaxation practices. I have completed 500hrs of yoga teacher training and guide yearly yoga retreats and weekly group and private classes. Yoga and mediation has had a huge impact on my performance and also my everyday life, it has helped me be the best athlete/version of myself that I can be. Here I share with you some my experiences and some tools to for you to implement into your daily life and/or endeavours.
What to bring
A clear, quiet space to practice
A yoga mat or towel to practice on
Water bottle to stay hydrated if needed
Any props you may have at home like blocks or a strap (optional)
Warm clothing and/or a blanket to place over the body in savasana
A heated or warm space is preferable for practicing yoga
How to participate
Join a video call
Download Zoom for free on a desktop or mobile device. After you book, you’ll receive an email with a link and details on how to join.
"I’ll meet you for our Q&A and yoga session via Zoom. While you’re at home, I’ll be joining you from New Zealand."
Book a private group
Want to join with just your family and friends? Christy will host a private group for up to 30 guests starting at $116.
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Things to keep in mind
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You’ll need an internet connection and the ability to stream audio and video to participate. A link and details on how to join will be included in your booking confirmation email. Up to 6 guests ages 16 and up can attend. If you book a private…
Yoga with Olympic Snowboarder