BeachBee Team


Christina Bollino ~ ERYT, BeachBee Yoga Studio Owner/Manager

Christina joins the BeachBee Yoga team as the new studio owner / manager and holds a 200hr teacher training from Yoga on York located in Baltimore, Maryland. Christina is a professionally trained ballroom dancer and has been teaching dance since 2002. Her strength and grace on the mat is a result of dedicated dance training and she easily incorporates that elegant movement into her yoga classes. Christina also enjoys gentle and restorative teaching with a focus on promoting relaxation and stress reduction. She began her journey on the mat as a teenager and was immediately drawn to the wonderful mind, body, spirit, and holistic health benefits from a constant yoga practice and found it to be a nice compliment to her dancing.

Christina is a certified personal trainer and fitness instructor and has a Masters in Nutrition and Integrative Health. Her goal with clients is to help them achieve optimal health so she regularly mixes up her yoga classes and teaching style to incorporate barre, pilates, cardio, and strength training to keep clients engaged and excited about coming back to the mat time and time again.



Annie Koukoulis- RYT







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Lisalisabuske pic Buske, Yoga Alliance RYT 200 hr. The physical practice of yoga has woven itself in and out of Lisa’s life for the past 13 years. As a long distance runner for most of her adult life, she would practice yoga as a recovery tool from running marathons. In 2014 she took a break from running and became serious about her yoga practice. A spark was ignited and in April of 2017 she completed her 200 hr from Harford Yoga Institute in Bel Air, MD. Lisa teaches because she feels it is a calling, and she wants to guide her students to find the beautiful connection between body, breath, and spirit.



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MaLinda Ross has practiced yoga for nearly 8 years and recently completed YTT with Liberty Yoga, May 2017.  During MaLinda’s first ever yoga class (almost 15 years ago) she found herself distracted and uninterested. Some years later a friend told her how great yoga was and talked her into taking a class. Going into the yoga class with an open mind she enjoyed every moment of it! After several months of taking a regular class, MaLinda realized that yoga was more than just a physical practiced her weeks became less stressful and she was happier. On weeks she missed class her mood was unbalanced and her husband would even comment  “make sure you go to yoga next week”.  Eventually MaLinda decided it was  time to deepen her practice not only for herself, but so she could give back  to the community what was so graciously given to her; a balanced mind,  body and soul.  MaLinda enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter, nature, camping, photography and helping others to find peace and happiness.