Maha Yoga is pleased to offer a diverse teaching team, each bringing their unique personalities, training and life experience to the studio.
While we are unique in our teaching styles, a quality we all have in common is authenticity and warm friendliness.
Kristy Apodaca lives a life of service to her family and community. She is a yoga instructor, performer, and artist educator.
Certified in the Sattva yoga tradition, Kristy offers a yoga experience as unique as she is. Kristy has been directing and facilitating children, youth, and adults in drama, dance, and percussion since 1999, and began teaching yoga in 2010.
Kristy is a proud member of Tribal Vibes Wild Fire Productions; a spirited ensemble of singers, dancers, and drummers. Kristy approaches her teaching with joy and enthusiasm and loves sharing the gifts of yoga.
“Thank you Maha Yoga for inviting me on board. I am honoured and grateful!”
Gina first stepped onto the mat in 2008. Like many others, she turned to yoga to help balance her health. She still remembers how she felt after her very first class – relaxed… and taller!
Looking to deepen her practice, in 2013 she enrolled in a 300hr teacher training program. Gina completed the program in 2014 and continues to learn and develop through workshops, courses and daily study. She is grateful for all of her teachers, both past and present, including her students.
Gina’s classes provide students with an opportunity to connect with their physical, cognitive, emotional and spiritual bodies. Props and modifications are used to provide accessibility to postures.
All bodies are welcome!
Alison is a trained yoga instructor who has taught in Regina since 2009. Over the years she has practiced and studied with various teachers, including respected yoga professionals in India.
Alison also enjoys riding her road bike with the local cycling clubs of Regina. She has volunteered with Regina Spoke N’ Hot women’s cycling club as a ride leader for the last three years, and competed in the Saskatchewan Provincial Time Trial and Provincial Road Race in 2017.
Currently, Alison is finishing her diploma Therapeutic Recreation. Alison’s education and experience make her yoga classes accessible and welcoming to everyone, including those with disabilities and/or injuries.