Christine Chase 2017-10-22T23:32:33+00:00

Christine Chase (Sat Parvan Kaur)

Teacher

My love for yoga began fifteen years ago, my first class resonating deep within me. Through a steady practice I was captivated by the transformational effects of yoga. From this experience blossomed a strong desire to teach and share this beautiful lifestyle with others.
In 2012 I received my RYT-200 Classical Yoga Certification ( Sri Dharma Mittra )  at Grace Yoga School in North Kingstown , R.I., followed by KRI Kundalini Instructor, as taught by Yogi Bhajan, in 2015 at Tenth Gate Yoga Studio, Portsmouth, R.I. My Kundalini name is Sat Parvan Kaur, which means “the one who is truth and accepts God.” In April of 2017 I received certification as a SuperHealth Instructor ( a yogic science to conquer addictive behaviors )  as taught by Yogi Bhajan in Espanola, N.M. I look forward to sharing all I have learned with an open heart. I believe teaching yoga to be the greatest service.
I was introduced to the Gong at a Kundalini yoga class in 2013. I was fascinated and immediately began to research its healing effects. Shortly after discovering the Gong my beloved was diagnosed with cancer. The Gong brought us both indescribable comfort, deep relaxation and reprieve from the devastation of this disease. I began offering public Gong Bath sound healing sessions in 2014. As a Reiki Practitioner and natural healer , my Gong Baths are an offering from my heart and soul to all wishing to receive.
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I am inspired by:

The inate goodness within us, open hearts and truth- our true nature.

My favorite quote is:

“All that is necessary to awaken to yourself as radiant emptiness of spirit is to stop seeking something more or better or different, and to turn your attention inward to the awake silence that you are.” – Adyashanti

Classes/Techniques/Education I will offer at Yoga Garden PBO

Kundalini Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Yin Yoga and Gong Bath

Outside of the studio, you can find me

I can be found loving my dogs, loving everyone else’s dogs, gardening, hiking, meditating, dancing, volunteering in the community and playing the Gong.