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Attuning to Spring: Yin Yoga and Chinese Medicine Workshop

Join us for a rejuvenating workshop designed to support your body’s transition into springtime through the harmonious blend of Yin Yoga and Traditional Chinese Medicine principles.

As nature awakens from its winter slumber, so too do our bodies crave renewal, movement, and expansion. In this workshop, we offer a nurturing space to attune to the energy of spring, embracing its qualities of growth and transformation.

In the first segment, we’ll delve into theory, exploring the principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Discover which organs are most active during the spring season and learn about foods, acupressure points, and lifestyle practices that promote balance and vitality.

In the second segment, we’ll put theory into practice with specific Yin Yoga postures aimed at stimulating energy channels and revitalizing internal organs associated with springtime. Through prolonged holds in meditative stillness, Yin Yoga dissolves deep tensions, stimulates energy circulation, and fosters a profound sense of well-being for body and mind.

What is Yin Yoga?
Yin Yoga involves holding postures for extended periods, allowing deep connective tissues and joints to release tension. By stimulating energy flow along the body’s meridian system, Yin Yoga mirrors the effects of acupuncture, promoting balance across various bodily systems. Suitable for all levels, Yin Yoga brings serenity and release, fostering a deep connection to oneself.

About the Facilitator:

Janine Maila is an esteemed educator, facilitator, and holistic health practitioner specializing in women’s health. With over a decade of experience, Janine integrates Yin Yoga with Chinese Medicine principles in her workshops, offering holistic consultations that encompass Acupressure, Chinese Medicine, Dietetics, and Flower Essences. As a core facilitator of the Feminine Rhythms program, Janine empowers women to embrace their cycles. Currently based in the Laurentians, QC, Janine continues to inspire others on their journey to holistic wellness.

Join us as we harmonize body, mind, and spirit in preparation for the vibrant energy of spring.

May 11th, 2024 | Saturday 2pm – 5pm

$45.00

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Join us for a rejuvenating workshop designed to support your body’s transition into springtime through the harmonious blend of Yin Yoga and Traditional Chinese Medicine principles.

As nature awakens from its winter slumber, so too do our bodies crave renewal, movement, and expansion. In this workshop, we offer a nurturing space to attune to the energy of spring, embracing its qualities of growth and transformation.

In the first segment, we’ll delve into theory, exploring the principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Discover which organs are most active during the spring season and learn about foods, acupressure points, and lifestyle practices that promote balance and vitality.

In the second segment, we’ll put theory into practice with specific Yin Yoga postures aimed at stimulating energy channels and revitalizing internal organs associated with springtime. Through prolonged holds in meditative stillness, Yin Yoga dissolves deep tensions, stimulates energy circulation, and fosters a profound sense of well-being for body and mind.

What is Yin Yoga?
Yin Yoga involves holding postures for extended periods, allowing deep connective tissues and joints to release tension. By stimulating energy flow along the body’s meridian system, Yin Yoga mirrors the effects of acupuncture, promoting balance across various bodily systems. Suitable for all levels, Yin Yoga brings serenity and release, fostering a deep connection to oneself.

About the Facilitator:

Janine Maila is an esteemed educator, facilitator, and holistic health practitioner specializing in women’s health. With over a decade of experience, Janine integrates Yin Yoga with Chinese Medicine principles in her workshops, offering holistic consultations that encompass Acupressure, Chinese Medicine, Dietetics, and Flower Essences. As a core facilitator of the Feminine Rhythms program, Janine empowers women to embrace their cycles. Currently based in the Laurentians, QC, Janine continues to inspire others on their journey to holistic wellness.

Join us as we harmonize body, mind, and spirit in preparation for the vibrant energy of spring.

May 11th, 2024 | Saturday 2pm – 5pm

NEW LOCATION

Great news from Ecole Setsuko! We’re expanding and adding an exciting new location on the West Island of Montreal while keeping our beloved NDG school going strong. This new spot is bigger, which means more space for all our students, awesome new workshops, and the opportunity to offer diplomas like Swedish Massage and Shiatsu more frequently. 🙌
 
We’re getting our new location ready and can’t wait to share photos with you in the coming week. To celebrate, we’re hosting an open house to welcome our students and introduce ourselves to our new neighbours. We’re all about community and providing quality education, just like we’ve been doing in NDG for almost 20 years.
Stay tuned for the open house dates; we’ll announce them as soon as we’re all set! We’re super excited about this new chapter and looking forward to meeting many new students.
 
Find us at the new address: 1564 Chem. Herron Suite 208, Dorval, QC H9S 1B7. It’s super convenient – right beside Pine Beach Train Station, a mere 30-second walk from the train, and the 211 bus stop is right in front of us! Plus, we’re just off Highway 20 with plenty of parking available.
 
We can’t wait to embark on this adventure with you all!