Yoga means union. It is a body/mind/spirit practice promoting integration, balance and healing. I have been a dedicated student of yoga for over fifteen years and have taught for ten. My particular interest lies with yoga’s capacity to enhance mental health. A significant part of my teaching is done privately and is shared with people struggling with anxiety, depression, stress, addiction, trauma and illness. During sessions, I facilitate a safe environment where we can explore intention setting, breathing practices, movement, mindfulness, meditation, relaxation techniques, yoga philosophy, visualization, psycho drama and sounding. I also have studied and practice reiki. Sessions are tailored to meet each client’s specific needs. With regular practice, clients can expect to establish greater stability and awareness and become increasingly comfortable navigating life’s challenges. Yoga, mindfulness and somatic work are excellent compliments to talk therapy. In addition to being a certified yoga teacher, I hold a Master of Education in Adult Education, Community Development and Counselling Psychology. I am also completing a three relational somatic psychotherapy program. Working with clients, I draw on my expertise in adult education, yoga, mindfulness and somatic inquiry to support people to reconnect to their own essence and freedom.
Wednesday: 10:00 am – 7:00 pm