Roll, Relax and Release: A Self Care Virtual Retreat
Want to reset your body this new year? Have you been tense, achey or irritable? The daily stresses we accumulate are remembered by our bodies, like invisible tattoos. But you can release these patterns of pain and tension, and reset your nervous system to "turn down the dial" on your distress.
Join Tanya Porter and Elaine Jackson for a special Zoom retreat designed to help you rediscover relaxation, and comb the knots out of your nervous system. This workshop will feature self massage (with Yoga Tune Up® therapy balls), breathing techniques, and meditation. Come away feeling soothed in mind and body.
At our last retreat (in January) we did a very global rollout and then focused on the upper body. This time around, we'll spend extra time exploring the hips and the pelvic basin. Happier hips await!
Also, a reminder to those who joined us last time, if you wish to register again you will be given a ten dollar discount.
Date and Time: Saturday, February 27 @ 10am - 1pm.
Fee: $75 (HST included)
How to register: email Tanya
Payment via e-transfer to
After registration, we will email you a link to join us live via Zoom.
Contact us to order your therapy balls or find out about substitutions.
Tanya - Meditation Teacher
Tanya is a certified yoga instructor from the The International Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centre, recognized by the Yoga Alliance in the USA and Canada.
She has been practising yoga and meditation for 23 years, and did a 10-year apprentice with Judith McCaffery, senior teacher in the Sivananda lineage. She has been teaching yoga and meditation privately for 16 years, and before that through the TDSB for 4 years. Tanya has a classical foundation for her mediation practice but also includes her study in the fields of psychology, neuro-science, shamanic energy practices and mindfulness in her teaching. She is registered with the Canadian Yoga Alliance with a designation of CYA-RYT 500.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
"Thank you Tanya. The retreat was a wonderful combination of connecting with people and nature, learning new activities, and honouring our own spirit." - Janet L