Winter Workshops in Nova Scotia

Submitted by Mindfulness Teacher Training on February 05, 2018@8:38:PM

We are offering 4 workshops Saturdays from 1:30 to Blockhouse, Nova Scotia
Pranayama with David Thomas
Body Awareness and Mobility with Carol-Joy Kaill
Middle Eastern Dance with Colleen Hagen
Introduction to Yin Yoga with Tamara McIntyre

Pranayama with David Thomas
Saturday, February 10, 2018
David Thomas has been teaching yoga for 3 decades. He taught yoga for Kinesiology department at Acadia University. David’s training is primarily in Iyengar yoga. He helps many people to address ongoing physical concerns and achieve improved balance and well being.

Increase Body Awareness and Mobility with Carol-Joy
Saturday, March 3, 2018 in Blockhouse, NS
This workshop will be particularly helpful for those with chronic pain or recovering from injury. Carol-Joy has practiced yoga for about 3 decades, 10 dedicated to learning the Ashtanga Primary series followed by many years of Iyengar and restorative always practicing as a beginner. As a certified yoga teacher and prenatal yoga teacher she offers introductory yoga for adults of all ages and abilities and Prenatal yoga for women past their first trimester. She has an MSC in adult education and has worked in health promotion as a teacher and manager for over 20 years.

Middle Eastern Dance with Colleen Hagen
Saturday, March 24, 2018 in Blockhouse, NS
Colleen has a 200 hour yoga teacher certificate and Level 1 Middle Eastern Dance teacher training certificate. She began studying middle eastern dance 18 years ago in BC. This workshop is all about getting in tune with your body, moving to rhythms and having fun. Body awareness and self-respect are key to enjoying this exhilarating dance form. No experience is needed.

Introduction to Yin Yoga with Tamara McIntyre
Saturday, April 7, 2018 in Blockhouse, NS
This 2.5 hour workshop begins with an outline and description of yin yoga, its applications in yoga and day to day life, and the various approaches to the practice. After a short break, we move into a guided yin practice, exploring poses that open the body and mind to stillness, and bring your breath and focus to the present. This workshop is accessible to all levels, beginners and seasoned practitioners alike.