If you're worried movement will increase your pain, then you're finally at a place you can feel safe.
Movement has been proven to reduce pain and increase quality of life, but it can feel scary to attend yoga, strength training, or other movement classes when you're already struggling with pain. The last thing you want is to injure yourself, or flare an already existing problem.
We believe in using an evidence-based, anatomical, physiological, and psychological approach to help improve the well-being of older adults. Our virtual studio encourages a holistic, multi-disciplinary approach to ensure each person feels balanced: mentally, physically, emotionally, and energetically. We remove the cookie-cutter mentality towards health and focus on each individual’s needs so they can be the happiest and healthiest version of themselves.
Our mission is to consciously create safe and accessible classes for all bodies while taking into consideration past and current health conditions, injuries, surgeries, and pain points. To cultivate a safe space that fosters a connected community of women to reduce the experience of stress, isolation, and loneliness. To provide classes, tools, and resources that positively impact the lives of our students and enrich their well-being.OUR SERVICES
Movement specialist, Advocate for healthy aging, Mentor for yoga teachers + Fur mom to 3
Hey there. I'm Christina.
Your #1 fan & healthy movement coach.
I spent every Saturday from the ages of 7 to 16 years old at a Nursing Home helping take care of my grandmother. My grandmother was my best friend, and all I ever wanted was to help her have the best quality of life possible. Even after her passing, that goal never left me. I was inspired to help people get stronger as they age and to stay as independent as possible, for as long as possible.READ MORE
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Movement Myths for Mature Bodies
It's time to debunk the myths surrounding movement as we age. Many people worry about injuring themselves or creating more pain as they age, so they avoid or limit movement. This guide will shed light on the truth about movement.
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The Truth About Yoga and Bone Health
It's fairly well known that our bone density decreases as we age. In this guide, we'll define Osteoporosis, as well as look at evidence-based research on how yoga can help improve bone health. Plus, learn if there are movements you should avoid.
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"I would not be moving if it were not for Tina."
I have been participating in Tina's yoga classes for several years now and she is a wonderful, loving, and compassionate young woman who focuses on the wellbeing of all her yogis, particularly the mature yogi. She has a vast knowledge of the functions of the body and gears each practice to a different area to make sure the overall body is kept mobile. Each class has something different to offer. Tina offers at least three alternatives to each pose to ensure everyone can participate to the best of their ability. She always emphasizes that the practice is 'ours' and we should keep it in our own comfort and ability zone. I have a difficult back issue and I would not be moving if it were not for Tina. We all just love her.
PODCAST: Rooted in Wellness as We Age
Rooted in Wellness as We Age is a podcast designed to explore the multiple facets of health as it relates to aging bodies. The mission of this podcast is to help people improve their quality of life through easy-to-understand education.LISTEN NOW ➔
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