Early bird: $2,200 if paid in full by November 1st, 2019.
Full price: $2,300 if paid in full after November 1st, 2019.
Payment plan: 4 payments of $600=$2,400.
Price does not include GST
First payment is a deposit to hold your place in the training and is non-refundable.
Second payment is due by January 3rd.
Third payment is due February 28th.
Fourth payment is due March 27th.
Immersion weekend: $150-$300
*Tuition does not include the immersion weekend, which is separate. Please budget another $150-$300 for the immersion weekend, depending on room preference. This price will include accommodation and all meals
Yoga for Anxiety
with Sarah Kinsley
Tuesdays, 7;45-9:00 pm
January 7th-Feb 4th
Yoga is medicine. Yoga is Self-Care.
In today’s world, we can all relate to thoughts, emotions and body sensations related to anxious states. We live in a world of false refuges claiming to reduce the anxiety we feel on a daily basis. We all have habitual ways of coping-some ways are more skillful than others. Yoga offers a systematic, time-tested approach to meeting our current state of being. Yoga is a skillful and nourishing approach to meeting these states.
This 6-week series will provide students an opportunity to practice asana (postures), energy expansion using the breath (pranayama) and meditations that can be used in our daily round. Classes will include psycho-education on working with anxiety based on the Yoga sutras, Somatic Experiencing (SE) and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT). Everyone welcome. No prior Yoga experience is necessary.
Investment: $70-$100 Sliding Scale
By the end of this course, Shivani will leave you with a map of the multi-dimensional nature of the Soul, with a perspective on how and where the human earthly experience sits within it. This allows us to finally begin to understand how our Functional Perspective creates our own unique reality of patterns and karmas, and how to know and manifest right action so we can choose to positively change the course of our lives.
Or all sessions for $200
Nourish your nervous system with this grounding candlelit practice. Kelly will lead you through 90 minutes of gentle yoga postures, yoga nidra, pranayama, meditation, and mantra designed to calm your mind and body. This class will offer you an opportunity to slow down, be still, and listen to your internal wisdom. The practices are beginner friendly and open to all.
Investment: before January 27th $20/ After $30
Jivamukti Yoga, developed by Sharon Gannon and David Life , offers the contemporary yogi a creative approach to living in the world today. Grounded in the ancient scriptures and ethical practices of yoga, Jivamukti, a Sanskrit word which means “living liberated,” is a practical philosophy that teaches how spiritual values can help us work with the challenges of everyday life with more joy, compassion and positive effectiveness. Jivamukti Yoga offers vigorously physical and intellectually stimulating yoga classes. Classes include Vinyasa (flowing asana sequences), hands-on adjustments, Pranayama (breathing exercises), meditation, Sanskrit chanting, Yogic philosophical teachings and deep relaxation with music playing an integral role in the class.
Join certified Jivamukti Teacher Jonni-Lyn Friel for this fun, uplifting and challenging class. The class will be themed around the Focus of the Month for Febuary.
Investment: Before January 27th $25 / After $35
Death Doulas are part of a growing community working to re-imagine end-of-life care, attitudes, beliefs, practices, and planning. These holistic care providers offer
non-medical emotional, spiritual, physical and practical support to individuals and their
loved ones before, during, and after Death. To learn more about this re-emerging field of practice, join Death Doula Jenafor Ryane for an afternoon of conversation, reflection, and learning. Meditation and tea will fuel the afternoon.
It is Jenafor's heartfelt intention to help restore Death to its sacred place in the Circle of Life, and to support mindful and compassionate living and dying. This dream begins with open-hearted, tender, and sometimes hard-to-have conversations.
Investment: by donation. Proceeds will go towards PORT (Palliative Care
Outreach Team), a new program bringing palliative care to marginalized folks in