Christina Wallace is a certified Kemetic yoga teacher, martial artist, and college student. While studying Electronics Engineering, Christina realized that her true passion was in healing and not only creating technology, after a discussion in metaphysics with her then, kundalini yoga teacher Dr. Dana Dennard of Tallahassee, Florida. Yoga was a way to move, ground, and release self-doubt, fear, physical limitation, and denial. She needed yoga more than yoga needed her and trained under the founder of Kemetic yoga, Yirser Ra Hotep, for her certification so that she could be the vessel to others that her teachers were to her.
The postures in Yoga Fusion are unique. By combining Hatha, Kemetic, Kundalini, and Restorative yoga, emphasis is put on alignment of the vertebral column of the spine. Many of the poses are triangular and mimic the geometrical configuration of the pyramid. Yoga places emphasis on the rejuvenation of the entire body and mind, not just physical development of outer muscles and flexibility. Most importantly Yoga Fusion emphasizes control of the breath, which is the life force and our primary source of energy. People who are not very athletic, flexible or are overweight or elderly will find this system easier. This is because the emphasis is on flowing and ease of movement rather than how far you can go into a position. In Yoga Fusion you get the skill to ease yourself into the posture as opposed to forcing it. Nothing is left to chance or haphazard. This form of movement is in tune with the body’s natural anatomy and systematically works through every joint and muscle group in an order and manner that develops alignment, corrects body defects and energizes the organs.