Christine Nun, a native of Arizona, graduated Magna Cum Laude from A.S.U. with a B.S. in Business Management and minors in both Latin American Studies and International Business. Over the years, Christine studied wellness programs such as herbalism, nutrition and yoga. Now an ERYT200/500 advanced yoga instructor, she has experienced how transformational yoga has been in her personal life, and it is her passion to bring this to others. She is the founder of an on-site corporate yoga program aimed at empowering employees to embrace a healthier lifestyle and past owner of Yoga Breeze Healing and Wellness Center in Cave Creek, AZ. She is the current Director and educator of a Registered Yoga School for basic and advanced Yoga Teacher training. Christine teaches specialty yoga classes such as Wall Yoga, Aerial Yoga and facilitates classes in Sound Healing and Yoga Nidra. She is certified through the Chopra Center as a Meditation Teacher and Perfect Health: Ayurveda Lifestyle instructor. It is her dream to inspire and empower others to realize their divine nature and live to their fullest potential. She believes Yoga and mindful living is the key to such. “We have the ability to heal ourselves”, she says. Christine continues to deepen her knowledge through teaching, workshops, and intensive certification programs.
Taking time to go inwards, breathe, move and reflect in a safe outdoor garden environment. A strict safety protocol is adhered to.
Whether you are new to yoga, re-committing to your practice or a steady practitioner, Christine's class offers all levels, a mind-body-spirit practice. Yoga helps us cultivate inner peace and stillness through the breath, movement, and being present.
Breathe. Move. Be.
Celebrate feeling alive, vibrant and healthy!
I am so grateful to Patricia Martelly for being innovative in finding a way to provide fitness/wellness during this time of the pandemic. The environment of the Carefree Desert Gardens Pavilion is breathtaking and very healing. I feel extremely grateful that I have the opportunity to get my soul and body fed 3x a week, during my yoga sessions with Christine ( who is by the way one of the best yoga teachers out there). Unfortunately all of our lives are being restricted right now, but gratefully Patricia has found a wonderful way to give our community an opportunity to stay active and have a bit of socialization too. The best part, is she figured out how to provide these health and wellness sessions, in a safe, socially distanced and incredibly beautiful outdoor setting. - Jill P.
Yoga uses breathing techniques, exercise and meditation. It helps to improve health and happiness. Yoga is the Sanskrit word for union. ... He defined yoga as "the cessation of the modification of the mind" (stopping changing the mind). A person doing yoga will move from one posture (called asana) to another.