About Christa Janine
Christa Janine, 500hr RYT | 200hr E-RYT, is a health and wellness professional who has been teaching yoga since 2012. Since then she has launched a successful virtual fitness studio hosting private and sold-out group classes weekly, a life coaching business running group and individual programs, and several workshops for yoga study and business.
Though her full-time profession is in television and film production, she’s always had a passion for fitness. In 2012 she received her 200-hour yoga instructor certification and in 2021 she completed her 500hr certification. Christa has taught traditional Vinyasa yoga, Yoga sculpt, Cycling and Barre.
As most women, Christa found herself at her heaviest weight after the birth of her son. It took her nearly 5 years, but on her 30th birthday, she finally decided to refocus on herself and her fitness journey. She began to get involved with online fitness accountability groups and started to see results quickly.
She realized she could take her various experiences, both failures and successes, and pay them forward. By combining a balanced diet, Yoga, HIIT, and cardio she believes people can obtain their healthiest physical body.
However, Christa doesn’t solely believe that a physical change is enough to reach and maintain a healthy lifestyle. She encourages individuals to find their "tribe" as well. Christa achieved her best fitness results after participating in an online challenge group. Since then she's hosted and facilitated many of her own.
By refocusing her mindset Christa has been able to shift her life towards a more positive and uplifting state of being. Through her work as a lifestyle coach she hopes to help others do the same for others.
"We invited Christa to lead a virtual meditation for a high-potential leadership program. I was impressed by Christa’s thoughtfulness to craft a meditation that was so related to our programming themes. Her guided meditation connected to themes of leading with courage, bringing energy and reflection for our participants. Bringing Christina on to lead this “power boost” was the perfect way to end our session on intentional leadership."
Stacey Johnson | Head of Leadership & Culture, The Kraft Heinz Company
"Growth should be the goal, not perfection, and without failure, there is no growth."