Christine Lauriello

Christine is the office manager for Yoga at Simply Well. In addition to her office manager responsibilities, she has been studying and teaching yoga for more than ten years. Following in her teacher’s footsteps, Christine’s goal is to help her students learn to relax and quiet their minds thru yoga. After being certified in TriYoga in 2011, Christine took several years off from teaching to focus on her volunteer work. She recently renewed her interest in teaching and completed a two-hundred-hour training course in Pranakriya Yoga, earning her second teaching certification.

Prior to discovering yoga, Christine worked in the civil engineering field. She has an Associates degree in Computer Aided Drafting and Design and is also certified in Civil Technology.

Christine grew up in the Boiling Springs area and graduated from Cumberland Valley High School. Her volunteer work includes the Boiling Springs Civic Association, the South Middleton Township Trail Committee, as well as being the past President of Cumberland Valley Appalachian Trail Club. She lives in the area with her husband Rob and two children, Katie and TJ. In her spare time, Christine enjoys working on the trail, running, and hiking with her dog Abby.



Christine Lauriello instructs the following:
  • Gentle Yoga
  • For students who want a deeply relaxing and less physically challenging class.  This compassionate approach emphasizes slower meditative simple movements.  Plan to release tension, increase flexibility and breathe deeply.   Accommodations will be made for people with limitations.

  • Moderate Yoga
  • Through a series of asanas that stretch, strengthen and relax the body and mind, participants build core strength and develop flexibility.  With a compassionate focus on proper alignment and the integration of breath with movement, participants find ease and well-being within the postures, leading to a renewed connection with self.   Previous yoga knowledge is encouraged but not necessary.

  • Gentle Yoga
  • Gentle Yoga is for students who want a deeply relaxing and less physically challenging class. This compassionate approach emphasizes slower meditative simple movements. Plan to release tension, increase flexibility and breathe deeply. Accommodations will be made for people with limitations.