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Kathryn is the founder of Mindful Strength, the host of the Mindful Strength Podcast, an international teacher and a creative thinker in the field of yoga and movement. With over a decade of teaching experience, Kathryn has a passion for helping people feel strong and...

Meet Dave Wise the editor of Trek and Run Magazine, as he shares his journey to the mat. Early in 2017, when I’d decided to take a first, proper foray into yoga but didn't have a clue how to choose what studio to learn more at, I...

If you want to feel better, sleep better. Sleep deprivation is associated with serious conditions, including diabetes, high blood pressure, and heart disease. Mood disorders are associated with sleep deprivation as well, including depression, anxiety, and mental distress. When you're sleep deprived, you may feel more...

I was so honoured to share my two passions with Christine Felstead's Yoga for Runners blog. Read it here. I remember in the past yoga and running didn’t mix, they were like oil and water. Yogis didn’t want to run because they believed they would lose...

      Breathe if you love Canada.  Join me for a FREE OUTDOOR YOGA CLASS IN HIGH PARK with assistants from Breathe’s Teacher Training Program. Wednesday, July 1st at 10am. Meet at the large encircled Maple Leaf  (the red dot on the map)  just north east of deck on...

  Glow Yoga Studio and David Good are excited to share their love for Restorative Yoga and offer a 50 hour teacher training. 35 hours in studio and 15 hours of home practice. What is Restorative Yoga? The practice of Restorative yoga refers to supported postures that are held...

Planting Seeds in Concrete by Bianca Sparacino All we ever allowed ourselves to be were parallel lines, seeing each other, hurting each other, never crossing over to the other side, choosing distance over depth, resistance over understanding, we’ve become so obsessed with emergency landings and running...

    How do you implement Mindfulness into the school system? Phase1: At a point during the day try a 5 minute quiet time. Set guidelines about this time. -How to do it? -Keep it at the same time each day. -Stop everything, put down your pencils. -Sit still and breathe. Eyes open or...