Cristina - "It starts with the gut"

After earning an MBA in Economics from the University of Stockholm, Cristina navigated her way upward through the corporate ranks in some of Sweden's highest earning and most recognisable companies, until – as with many leaders in the wellness industry – a personal experience lead her to leave her management position and change careers.

For Cristina, it was the paradox of her loved one being diagnosed with cancer on the same day her first child was born, and the recognition of the impermanence this entailed.The only truth is Change, she realized and decided to embrace it instead of fighting it. 

She poured herself into medical and health literature, realizing that the existing forms of healing weren't effective — that there was and still is too much power and revenue leading the established medical and pharmaceutical industries. She turned towards holistic avenues and methods.

Her teachings and practices are based on her 25+ years of prolific study, combined with personal trial and error. She became a devoted disciple to famous holistic leaders, many of whom she worked with personally, including Dr. Deepak Chopra, Dr. Bo M. Nielsen, Sri Pattabhi Jois, Sri Ravi Shankar, and Dr. Simo. Her healing focus became Ayurvedic and Orthomolecular Medicine, Ashtanga Yoga, Pranayamas and meditation. 

Since the cure of her family member, many others would also come to learn self-healing from Cristina. Her teachings took form when working clinically and at retreats. They are all derived from her huge gratitude and humility for what she was given, and for being able to share and help others to heal. The only mystery about healing is that it is so easy to be healthy, once you learn!

She loves natural exercise such as hiking and running, and natural, clean vegan food as promoted by such notable figures as Dr. A. Wigmore, Dr. H. Clark, Dr. Gerson, Dr. Vant. Boutenko, and Dr. Saupe. Her devotion has since helped parents, children, corporations, athletes, models, physiotherapists, businesspeople, housewives, and even doctors, with issues big or small, that prevents them from being happy, healthy and at peace. She has published books and articles, making her work available to everyone who is interested in learning.

If he is part of my life then how can I be mad at him?
How can I be mad at Life?
— Cristina