Eve Johnson is director of Yoga on 7th.
She fell in love with yoga in 1987 on a beach in Thailand. Back in Vancouver she took a friend's advice and started to study with Wende Davis. After 13 years as a committed student, and two years of apprenticeship with Gioia Irwin, she began teaching. She now has Jr. I Iyengar certification, and 15 years of teaching experience.
Eve writes a popular blog at myfiveminuteyoga.com, which offers friendly advice for building a home yoga practice. A journalist for 25 years before beginning to teach yoga, she knows from personal experience that no matter where you start, a steady practice can transform your body and mind.
She studies weekly with senior Iyengar teacher Ingelise Nherlan, and attends workshops with visiting Canadian and international teachers. In June 2015, she returned to Pune for a second month of study with the Iyengar family.
Tanya is a certified Anat Baniel Method® Practitioner based in Vancouver. In addition to teaching Transformational Movement Lessons, she has a private practice in the Hycroft Centre in South Granville, where she works one on one with clients.
Tanya has for many years had a fascination with neuroplasticity, which eventually led her to the Anat Baniel Method® Neuromovement® and an exciting career change. She finds the method inspiring in its ability to transform lives through the practical application of neuroplasticity and the holistic approach of the work. She has also recently completed her certification in the ABMNM Children’s Mastery Program.
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Siobhan Sloane-Seale has been studying yoga for the past 17 years. Her first yoga classes were in Winnipeg where she was introduced to Iyengar yoga. When she moved to Vancouver Siobhan explored many different kinds of yoga but after a long period of injury her desire to be healthy brought her back to studying the Iyengar method. Siobhan is a certified Iyengar yoga instructor with over 1300 hours of teacher training. She is also a professional contemporary dancer and musician. She's been performing and studying dance for 24 years. Her teaching is grounded and playful with clear instructions. She helps her students understand their yoga practice and deepen their body awareness. For more information visit vancouver-iyengar-yoga.com.
Corinne Skrobot began her study of Iyengar yoga in 2002. She received her introductory certification in June 2009, studying under Louie Ettling and Ingelise Nherland. She completed her Junior Intermediate level of certification in January 2015. Corinne is a registered Physiotherapist (1990) who has practiced in Vancouver since 1991. Her dedicated study of Iyengar yoga has paralleled her continued professional coursework in physiotherapy and Osteopathic bodywork; she uses this experience in her yoga classes.
Corinne teaches Iyengar yoga classes at Yoga on 7th in East Vancouver and offers yoga/anatomy workshops at Trimetrics Physiotherapy clinic in North Vancouver. She continues to study with experienced certified Iyengar teachers and regularly attends workshops with international Senior instructors.
Corinne brings her passion and expertise to the studio in her yoga classes and is committed to encouraging students to experience the beneficial effects of yoga toward their own healing.
Bethan Stewart is a mother of three busy boys, a Mothers Unfolding and Mama Renew mentor and a Birthing from Within birth doula and mentor.
After the life changing experience of becoming a mother, she felt compelled to change her career path and to connect with other parents, build community and work intensely in the field of birth and parenting.
Mothers Unfolding and Mama Renew are close to her heart because they provide a space in which mothers can be profoundly supported by each other.
Lucie Lambert is certified Sundo teacher. She joined the Sundo community in 1988, worked her way through the levels, started instructing in 1994 and became a teacher in 2007.
Since then she has taught all levels and has brought students up from beginner to black belt level in Sundo practice.
Among other distinctions, Lucie was invited to be a presenter at the International Sundo Conference held in Korea in 2008.
With over 30 years experience in a myriad of contexts throughout North America and Europe, Helen's teaching is steeped in numerous somatic and spiritual practices, the primary influences being Rudolf Laban, Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen, F.M. Alexander and Shambhala Buddhism and yoga.
Whether you engage in martial arts, athletics, yoga, Pilates, the arts, therapeutic/bodywork practices, embodied leadership, are recovering from injury or simply wish to deepen your presence within your body, this training will enliven your movement practice and life.
Helen is a certified Laban Movement Analyst and a registeredSomatic Movement Educator.
Read more about Helen at: helenwalkley.com
Tannis Hugill RCC, RDT, BC-DMT
With a Masters degree in Somatic Psychology and a Masters of Fine Arts in Dance and Theatre, Tannis Hugill is a registered B.C. Clinical Counsellor, board certified Dance-movement therapist, registered Drama Therapist, Spiritual Director and creator of sacred theatre. She brings almost thirty years’ experience of healing through the arts to her work with individuals, groups, adolescents and adults, especially those with eating problems, addictions and trauma.
In Vancouver she has a private therapy practice, and is an out-patient therapist for the Chopra Addiction and Wellness Centre. She also leads workshops in Authentic Movement, Ecstatic Body Postures, and Moving Prayer.