Christine discovered yoga in 1997 during her studies at U.C.S.B. She was initially certified in Bikram Yoga, then went on to further expand her yoga education to the more breath focused, alignment based style of B.K.S. Iyenger. Her classes offer a dynamic flow with modifications for beginners and advanced yogis.
She has been teaching yoga on Roatan for 14 years and loves to share in the joy and fun of practicing with Roatanians and tourists.
Christine truly believes yoga is for everyone and yoga should be whatever you need or want it to be physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.
As a facilitator for self-regeneration, Diana brings her charisma and knowledge to create a space where mind and body can unwind, and physical health and inner vitality can be restored. Her passion for spiritual development took her on a journey to Asian lands, where she was trained in Hatha Yoga, Pranic Healing and Therapeutic Massage, at India and Tailand. This laid the foundation for her integral approach to wellness. Diana enjoys guiding chanting sessions based on songs from different ancestral tribes. As a Honduran woman, she wishes to promote and spread all these ancient traditions to help cultivate healthier lifestyles in the local and international communities.
Exciting update for all our Yoga patrons on and off island!
After leading a retreat earlier this year here at Roatan Yoga Ali has fallen in love with Roatan and has returned for a few weeks.
Dec 12th and 19th at 8.30am you will be guided by Ali here at Roatan Yoga.
Ali’s light-hearted approach to life brings seamless ease and grace to her yoga classes. Inspired by masterful teachers in a variety of schools of yoga such as Pranakriya, Prana Flow and Dharma Yoga, Ali creates a Vinyasa class that flows like a story, linking breath to movement, focusing the mind. Intelligent and creative sequencing will take you out of your head and onto the mat allowing you the space to discover your self. Precise alignment cues and hands on adjustments allow students to adapt the practice to their bodies. It is Ali’s desire as a teacher to create space for students to be comfortable and yet step outside of their comfort zones, and to serve as a guide for students to recognize their full potential on and off the mat.