“Do less. Be more.”
Christina Resasco is a compassionate and dedicated Yoga, Sound and Meditation Therapist. She has a deep understanding of Eastern and Western approaches to health and well-being, the subtle-body (energetic field) and their interconnection, however, her best qualifications are her profound love of yoga, her personal transformation through yoga and her desire to serve others.
A former competitive gymnast with national titles, Christina is originally from San Francisco and began her career in the entertainment industry in Los Angeles. After discovering yoga and applying it to her own life, she decided she wanted to share the lessons with others so they too can experience the profound and transformative changes. She believes yoga, sound healing and meditation allows people to realize their fullest potential and live a well-balanced and long healthy life.
Christina is a kind and encouraging teacher that brings her love of yoga to the VEBA Resource Center where she encourages and motivates VEBA Members to be the best versions of themselves. She has an intuitive ability that allows her to adapt to the specific needs of each individual Member and she integrates a variety of allopathic and holistic modalities such as physiology, anatomy, pathology, quantum physics, ayurveda, physical therapy, psychotherapy and philosophy to design wellness and holistic programs that address the unique needs of each VEBA Member.
With more than 3,000 hours of advanced teacher trainings and more than 5,000 hours of teaching yoga therapies to all ages, shapes, abilities and aliments, Christina strives to help other feel their best inside and out. She provides wellness tools to improve others overall health and well-being emotionally, physically, mentally, spiritually and energetically. She values kindness, compassion and integrity. Christina is a member of the Yoga Alliance and the International Association of Yoga Therapists. She was named Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s 2013 Bay Area Woman of The Year for raising more money for cancer research and quality of life initiatives than any other woman in the Bay Area. When not “working” you can find her practicing yoga, attending retreats, gardening and traveling.