Christina Spoletini

Episode 564 with guest Trista Davis

“ When all is said and done, we’re just walking each other home.” -Ram Dass

 This quote is currently guiding my day-to-day experience as my life unfolds. This pandemic has been tough on everyone and I am so grateful for my community of support through it all. When I started my business 6 years ago, I had no idea that it would become a catalyst for my own personal healing.  

I own an inclusive and adaptive yoga studio, but we are so much more then that! We are a community of like-minded people, walking each other home. Personal and spiritual growth has always been a priority for me and I do something each day to move my life forward. I love to share those daily practices with those around me and am passionate about helping other humans to discover more of themselves through meditation, yoga, breathwork, women’s circles, healing modalities and self inquiry.

 The most important part of my business is the community, having a safe and welcoming community has always been important to me. The pandemic has brought many challenges but also many opportunities. We now offer yoga classes, women’s circles and workshops online, as well as we have started selling some amazing retail! We have recently expanded into selling many metaphysical products including crystals, incense, and more. This has been so much fun for me and I am so happy to share it with so many amazing people! I also have the great privilege of being an aunty to many amazing nieces and nephews and I make it a priority to spend time with them, family, my husband and friends any opportunity that I have.

The current truth I am living is: Life really can be simple, in the end, all there is, is Love.

<strong>Tina Spoletini</strong>
Tina Spoletini

Success stylist Tina Spoletini combines her formidable fashion flair with personalized mentorship sessions on self-love and confidence-building, helping her clients feel fabulous, dressing in ensembles complimenting their various body shapes and sizes.  Growing up as a plus-sized beauty, like many women who don’t “fit” in, Tina found herself at odds with society’s sizeist perspective on the female physical ideal. But, even though shopping in a world made for smaller women could be an exercise in futility and self-loathing, the right outfit that flattered her curves would always come through, erasing any self-destructive thoughts and making her feel gorgeous and revitalized.  Tina quickly learned that she had to find her own way to stand out with distinctive accessories and touches of self-expression. Enhancing any outfit, no matter how casual, with eye-catching jewellery has become her signature look. Circumstances may have compromised her own self-esteem at times, but everything has come together to make Tina Spoletini even more determined to use her talents and training to help other women re-discover themselves and build the confidence they need to live the life they imagine. After all, chic comes in every shape.

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