Christine Malossi, RYT has been practicing yoga
since 1999. Based in New York City, she offers a mindful, alignment-focused
Vinyasa practice that cultivates balance, awareness and equanimity. As a yoga
teacher and student, she has observed and experienced the power that a dedicated
yoga practice has to open our hearts and minds and enable us to evolve both on
and off the mat. She strives to create a calm, open-minded and judgment-free
space in which her students can do just that.
In addition to teaching private clients and group classes at
studios throughout Manhattan, she also teaches at the Spencer Cox Center for
Health at Mount Sinai Hospital’s Institute for Advanced Medicine where she
designs a practice specifically tailored to patients diagnosed with HIV and
other chronic illnesses.
Christine completed her 200-hour teacher
training under the tutelage of Nixa DeBellis, Sam Chase, and Dana Strong and is
also certified in Restorative Yoga by Cyndi Lee. She is currently pursuing a
certification in Therapeutic Yoga and is exploring the various applications of
yoga to chronic conditions and injuries. She has studied at the University of
Pennsylvania and NYU. Her many years of ballet training strongly inform her
knowledge of kinesiology and anatomy.
Christine is honored to be teaching yoga and to
have the opportunity to pass on to others the joy and freedom that she has
found in her own practice.