Joanne Preece (CYA-E-RYT 500 Member)

  • Location: Toronto, Ontario Canada
  • Website: N/A
  • E-mail: theyogaresource@rogers.com
  • Service Offered: Hatha. Therapeutic. Chair/Seniors. Restorative. Yin. Cancer Exercise Specialist. Yoga for Chronic Pain. LifeForce Yoga® for Anxiety & Depression. Meditation.
  • Certified: Hatha Vinyasa, Seniors, Restorative, Yin, Pain Care and LifeForce® Yoga, Cancer Specialist, Anatomy & Biomechanics
  • Years of Practice: 19
  • Teaching Experience: Studio, Community Based and Private
  • Professor, Guru or Teachers: Gudrun Hardes, Charlene Sullivan, Kimchan Ramrattan, Katie Flaherty, Karusia Wroblewski, Christine Cinq-Mars, Monica Cordes, Judith Hanson Lasater, Shira Litwack, Tracey Soghrati, Neil Pearson, Matthew Remski, Amy Weintraub, Peter Blackaby, Jules Mitchell
  • Date Joined: January 05, 2014
  • CYA Insurance: Hub International

About Me

I focus on using yoga to help people with health issues obtain optimal health. I love to bring yoga to people who may not normally practice yoga and see them become stronger, healthier and happier through their experience. I am also a communications consultant, primarily in the healthcare field. I have worked with the Canadian Diabetes Association, the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Bellwood Health Services, the Canadian National Institute for the Blind and the Caregiver Awards program (among others) to educate both professionals and clients. In addition to my yoga certifications, I have a B.A., M.A, C.A.A.P. and a certificate in refugee mental health from the Canadian Centre for Victims of Torture as well as addiction training from Bellwood Health Services. I am the Editor of Canadian Yogi.

About My Service

Seniors classes and therapeutic classes for people with various health issues. Individual therapeutic yoga. Yin, Hatha, Vinyasa and restorative classes. Corporate workshops.

I develop and teach classes to meet a wide range of therapeutic needs (e.g. cancer, respiratory illnesses, anxiety, depression, physical injuries, chronic pain, arthritis, cardiovascular diseases, etc.).

Continued Education

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