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Book Launch and Signing: Michael Bridge-Dickson’s Yoga: Point + Process

Be among the first to purchase a copy of Michael’s first and highly anticipated book Yoga: Point + Process.

This book must-have for teachers and dedicated practitioners, detailing 36 essential yoga poses with complete instructions and beautiful illustrations.

Special release price of $40 — 20% off the retail price. Pre-order at for an even greater discount and your copy will be reserved for pickup at the launch!

Loveyourbrain yoga

We are psyched to announce that we’ll be working with the LoveYourBrain Foundation from October 26th to November 30th, on Thursdays from 4:00-5:30.

LYB Yoga enables people who have experienced a traumatic brain injury (TBI) and those who support them (their caregivers) to participate in community-based gentle yoga and meditation classes tailored to their needs. Their unprecedented yoga program is designed based on the science of resilience. They believe that yoga and meditation can empower individuals to positively adapt to changes in their lives.

For more information about their program, visit




The LIFT team is very happy to invite you to their 3rd LIFT Adult Retreat from Friday November 10th to Sunday November 12th. All profits will support their awesome work with youth at risk. For an entire weekend in the beautiful landscape of Sutton, come discover and embody the values and principles of LIFT: healthy mind, body and spirit through nutrition, physical activity and mindfulness!

Their health experts will be around all week-end to answer questions, provide services and especially to join in the fun. Their main objectives are that you feel amazing, have fun and meet awesome people.


  • Nutritionist: Meesh Coles
  • Yoga: Jeanne Muddie
  • Osteopath: Jonathan Naylor
  • Co-director: Jonathan Sbrellini
  • Co-director: Elvis Grahovic


To sign-up and for more information, visit

Marielle Bertin

Marielle is a certified Hatha yoga teacher, a dynamique approach focussed on the balance between effort of movement and personal potential. Inspired by AYM’s Ashtanga style, she undertook a daily practice which was the start of a 15-year relationship with yoga.

For her, yoga is the optimal challenge of everyday living – exploring the tensions between effort and ease, comfort and discomfort and the sense of self within turbulance. Simplicity and movement.

With a background in Massage Therapy, Horticulture and Garden Design she is currently completing the Professional Yoga Therapist Program at Naadayoga.

Eira Glover

“I was first introduced to yoga in 2001 while training at the Rotterdam Dance Academy on the brink of my professional dance career. As a result, my personal practice has evolved alongside, and through an intimate relationship with, my artistic development as a dancer. Yoga began as an effective form of corporal conditioning for me, however, over time it has come to deeply influence the ways in which I move through, engage with, and think about the world. I first ventured to India to practice in 2005 and my interest in mind/body unity continues to grow; it has inspired the pursuit of a degree in Psychology/Sexuality, and the cultivation of a rewarding and ongoing Vipassana practice. I initially completed a 250hr Hatha Yoga teacher training at Ashtanga Yoga Montreal, and have since supplemented this with focused certifications in Trauma Recovery Yoga and Elderly Yoga. Through being a teacher, I have discovered a profound joy in facilitating for others a connection to yoga and an exploration of the mind/body. I am grateful to my many yoga teachers around the world who have so generously shared with me their knowledge of this ancient Indian tradition. I look forward to being a lifelong student while continuing to evolve as a teacher.”