certified meditation, breathwork & yoga teacher - registered holistic nutritionist - author
Inspired by an integrative approach to wellbeing and an understanding of the systemic relationship of body, mind, and planet. Sharing tools and practices for exploring presence in work and life.
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The Love To Be Books series offers an experience of mindfulness, compassion and kindness and creates space for self-exploration and open-dialogue.
My formal studies in meditation began in 2014 with a Vipassana silent meditation retreat. Following the retreat I wanted to deepen my understanding of the mind and the potency of meditation and mindfulness practices. I studied and practiced at King's College London, UK and earned a MSc in Mindfulness: Neuroscience and Clinical Applications; my research focused on the use of music and sound in mindfulness and meditation practices. Based in Toronto, Canada my offerings draw upon a traditional understanding of practices, modern neuroscience research and experiential practices to support body and mind.
My yoga practice is informed by Hatha, Taoism, the potent Katonah Theory and Mindfulness-based practices. Yoga and mediation privates will cultivate a conscious connection to your presence and potency on and off the mat.
. Holistic Nutrition Diploma, Canadian School of Natural Nutrition
. Katonah Yoga 50 Hour Intensive, Abbie Galvin @ The Studio
. MSc Mindfulness: Neuroscience and Clinical Applications, King's College London, UK
. 200-hr Meditation Teacher Training, Charlie Knowles, MindBodyGreen
.Yoga Foundations & Energetics, 200-Hour YTT, Cat Kabira
. Trauma Informed Mindfulness Based Yoga, James Fox, Prison Yoga Project
. Bachelor of Education, OISE, University of Toronto
. Mindfulness Ambassador Council, Facilitator Training & Mindful @ Work Mindfulness Without Borders
Earth Medicine School Level I & II, Pixie Lighthorse, Soulodge
Breathwork Level I Healer Training, Erin Telford, Maha Rose
Reiki Training, Lori Goldblatt STILL Studio, Ancaster Ontario
Intro to Qi Qong and Tai Chi Easy, Roger Janke