MindFULLness

Putting the Full in Mindfulness

Plan ahead for the fall!  Angie Pringle and I are co-leading a workshop series at Yoga Public (280 Fort St, Winnipeg) exploring how food and healthy movement can improve how we feel and set us up for chasing those bigger life goals.  Angie has a BA in Kinesiology, and is a Wellness Consultant, certified Personal Trainer, Function Movement Screen Specialist, and Precision Nutrition Coach.  Combined with my Masters in Food Science, certification as an Ayurvedic Lifestyle Counsellor, and yoga teaching experience, you will get both breadth and depth from our discussion on food habits and holistic wellness.

Our first workshop, Working with Cravings, will be on Saturday, October 29th (3:30-5 pm, $35).  While coming to all the workshops will be more immersive and allow for deeper integration of the principles we will discuss, you will find great benefit in checking out even just one!  November will be DIY Kitchen Staples (a look into processed foods and how we can easily make our own healthier versions) and January will be Plant Proteins and You (a discussion of non-meat protein options, including a visit from a local farmer).  Stay tuned for more!

Yoga Retreat at Hecla, Oct 16-18, 2015

The lovely Natasha Lenon and I are leading a weekend yoga retreat at Hecla Island Resort on October 16-18, 2015!  Located in the beautiful Hecla Grindstone Provincial Park, we will enjoy a nourishing weekend of yoga, kirtan, and meditation.  There will be time to relax and soak in the Salka mineral pools, and spa services will also be available (click here for more information).  The resort is a short 2 hour drive from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, and sits on the edge of beautiful Lake Winnipeg.

To secure your spot, payment in full can be given to Natasha or I.  Please make cheques payable to Adrienne Shum.  Limited space is available!  If you have any questions, please email Natasha (njlenon@gmail.com) or me (hello@adrienneshum.com).  We hope you can join us for a calming and restful weekend of practice and self-care.