Christie Zepeda

In Christie’s Level 1 Class, you’ll find an authentic, non-judgmental, and encouraging space to explore basic introduction to yoga breathing, postures, and relaxation. Come to learn or strengthen poses, build flexibility, and embrace graceful self-acceptance-no matter where you are in your practice. The class is intended for beginners with no previous experience, or for those looking for a gentle and basic ongoing practice.
Christie’s dedicated Yoga and Meditation practice was born at Sun & Moon. First, a regular attendee of Fairfax’s Sunday Meditation class with Jon Waterman; her devotion to the practice continued to flourish by becoming a weekly student, a teacher trainee, and now as a teacher. As part of her training, Christie has studied with Yoga Master teachers: Erich Schiffmann, Baxter Bell, Tias Little, Rodney Yee, Kira Ryder, Patricia Sullivan, Barbara Benagh, and Doug Keller.
Christie Zepeda is 200 Hour Yoga Alliance Registered with over 300 hours of teaching experience. Additionally, she has completed Level 1 Mindful Resilience for Trauma Recovery Yoga Teacher Training by the Veterans Yoga Project, is certified in Thai Yoga Massage, a Reiki Master, and a Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach. When she’s not teaching group or private Yoga classes; you’ll find her coaching clients to live healthier and happier lives. She’s also an avid fan of photography, Kombucha making, bodies of water, horses, and her Maine Coon Cat (kid), “Little Man Tate.”


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I am really enjoying and appreciating your class. Yesterday I was able to do two things I hadn’t been able to do before, and I was shocked by the absence of the kinds of judgmental thoughts that have sometimes made this practice difficult for me... and while improvement like that is not my stated goal (I’m still working on full presence in the moment), it’s still nice to be surprised by evidence of growth, physically and emotionally / spiritually. I don’t think I would be in this place without the tone and atmosphere you set and create in your classes, and I am so grateful for it.