Christine Lewis is a certified yoga instructor and has been teaching yoga for more than a decade.  She operates a yoga studio nestled in the historic fishing village, Georgetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada.

A variety of classes for all student populations and abilities are offered.  Christine is originally from Trinidad and lived in Toronto and worked at a large trauma hospital for many years before making Prince Edward Island her home.

She achieved her yoga certification and training at Himalaya Yoga Valley Centre in McLeod Ganj, Dharamsala, India.  She studied in the hatha yoga tradition. She lived in India for a period of time and volunteered and worked within the Tibetan community.

During her stay in India, she studied under the guidance of her gifted yoga teacher Yogacharya Lalit Kumar. McLeod Ganj is located in northern India and is currently the home of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama.

Christine is a member of Canadian Yoga Alliance (RYT 200).  Over the years she has taught at rehabilitation and senior centers, community organizations, schools, nursing homes, correctional institutions and studio classes.

She continues to expand and deepen her knowledge, teaching, travelling and attending workshops and seminars.

Christine appreciates the brilliance of her mentors, teachers and her students and creates with a strong focus on graceful ageing.

She attended workshops, mentorship and trainings with Abraham HicksMax Simon, Judith Hanson Lasater, Dr. Effie Chow, Monica Cordes, Hali Schwartz and many more.

She created The Art of Graceful Ageing Program designed for the older adult to rapidly increase mobility and decrease stress.

Christine believes each interaction is a co-creative experience and blends her gentle approach into each yoga class to inspire students to explore and use their own unique spontaneous expressions into their yoga practice.