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  • Shannon Gorbahn

    Bio coming soon
  • Nicole Silveira

    Nicole's journey with yoga began 10 years ago when she first signed up for a beginner Iyengar yoga class. In the years since she has come & gone from her practice, trying different styles and classes along the way.
    In 2013 her youngest son was diagnosed with a rare & life-threatening illness and amidst the chaos & uncertainty that life sometimes brings, she found her way to her yoga mat and developed a daily yoga practice at home in order to cope. It was there on her mat that she found comfort and strength.
    She came to understand more fully what yoga could do to assist a person mentally, physically and spiritually. At that moment she knew she wanted to share the gift of well-being that yoga can offer with others.
    In the summer of 2015 she completed her 200 hour, Hatha based yoga teacher training (RYS) certification in Victoria. She has additional training and certification in yin yoga ,chair yoga and trauma informed yoga. She is a registered teacher with Yoga Alliance (RYT).

  • Chris Duncan

    Bio coming soon
  • Julie Chaplin

    Julie Chaplin is a 5 Element Acupressure & Holistic Health Practitioner (as well as a Medical Office Assistant & mom of 2). She has been studying and practicing Acupressure and Meditation for 12 years and her passion is in the 5 Elements of Chinese Medicine. Julie loves teaching others about how to live harmoniously within ourselves and the world around us, using visualizations and the 5 elements to create balance, peace, and ease in everyday life.
  • Michelle Beaubien

    Michelle (Misha) was born in the Bulkley Valley and currently resides in Victoria. She completed her 200hr yoga teacher training in the winter of 2015. Michelle loves yoga because anybody can do it!: "It's about finding your personal edge and pushing a little bit beyond that every day. This is how we do yoga, and this is how I strive to live as well."
  • Mya Mitchell

    I have been practicing yoga in some form or another for many years, and for many different reasons. During my explorations I have found that the many practices and methods of Ashtanga yoga provide valuable tools to navigate the complexities and simplicity of everyday life.
    I decided to pursue teacher training to further my own learning and to try to provide an opportunity for people to experience yoga as deeply as I have.
    I studied Ashtanga and Hatha yoga under the teachings of Baba Hari Das at the Salt Spring Centre of Yoga. I have taught all manner of classes including hot yoga, vinyasa flow, beginner to intermediate classes, kids yoga, pranayama, meditation, as well as restorative type classes and most recently sound healing.
    I have been traveling to India the last few years, where I stay at my teacher’s ashram (Sri Ram Ashram), and have also visited many other places within the country seeking knowledge and inspiration.
    The main focus for all of my classes is to provide a welcoming, positive and peaceful place for people to come and nourish themselves. It gives me great pleasure and honour to pass on the many gifts of yoga to anyone who wishes to receive them.
  • Laura Dean

    I have lived in the Bulkley Valley for 10 years and I have two beautiful children that I have raised here. I am passionate about healing and self care and yoga as a tool for healthy living and wellbeing. I have trained in therapeutic yoga and look forward to teaching accessible yoga and yoga for every body with a wide variety of creativity. My goal is to empower, to assist in finding peace and balance, and to continually grow as a teacher

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  • Petra Stewart

    Petra Stewart didn’t start doing yoga until she turned 50, but once she started she realized that the more yoga she did, the better she felt - and so did her joints. Petra has continued to try many different kinds of yoga and was recently inspired to take a YTT 200 training course so that she can continue to share her love of yoga and gentle movement with others who want to get moving or keep moving.