Summer solstice SOUND BATH livestream – join us on YouTube!

Join us for a YouTube livestream on Thursday, June 18th at 7:30-8:30 PM CDT (8:30-9:30 PM EDT) for a sound bath to mark the summer solstice.

2020 has been an intense year already, to say the least. With all that is happening, let’s take some time to slow down and process what we are experiencing. Give yourself the chance to receive sound that promotes healing.

A sound bath is a meditation on sound: we practise awakening to sound, and rooting ourselves in sound. You may be sitting or lying down. Listening through headphones can enhance the experience, but it is not necessary.

You will be emailed a private link to gain access to the livestream on the day of the sound bath (June 18th). When you click on the link, it’ll open up in your internet browser or YouTube app, depending on the device you are viewing it on (computer/tablet/smartphone). The email will be sent to the email address you use during the payment process. Please ensure you enter a valid email address.

10% of all proceeds will be donated to A Dollar A Day Foundation, which is dedicated to supporting frontline mental health and addictions programs across Canada. Thank you for making a difference.

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Lighting the Fire

I am honoured to be asked to teach again at the Lighting the Fire conference (May 10-12th, 2017, Winnipeg) hosted by the Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre.  As a gathering for discussing approaches to Indigenous education, honouring First Nation culture, and ensuring student success, a piece of that puzzle is drawing attention to the self-care of educators and leaders.  Learning to take care of ourselves is the first step to learning how to take care of others, and yoga or any other awareness practice can play a pivotal role in cultivating physical, mental and spiritual health.  I will be leading two breathing (pranayama) workshops on the morning of May 12th.  As a simple, accessible form of yoga, breathing practices can be a way to work with anxiety, stress, insomnia, and depression.  Basic breathing practices are easy to learn and to incorporate into day-to-day routine.