Yoga In Schools Canadian Conference


Learn how teaching yoga can bring joy to a school.

Inspire growth, inner peace and connection in your students.

July 18th-21st, 2016
Chocolate Lake Hotel, Halifax, Nova Scotia

This conference offers workshops for every level, from the curious beginner to the certified yoga instructor, and for the first time in Canada provides complete Yoga in Schools training. Workshop titles include: Introduction to Yoga, Yoga Grade 11, Yoga for Special Needs and Autism, NEW Girl on Fire Empowerment Program, NEW Mindfulness Manual, Yoga and Story telling as well as multi-level posture classes.

Conference Leaders:

Jenny Kierstead and Blair Abbass  and their team are leading a Canadian Yoga in Schools Conference offering workshops for every level; from the curious beginner to the certified Yoga Instructor. Workshop titles include cutting edge yoga programs such as Yoga for AutismYoga for Special Needs, Stress management, the PSP Yoga Grade 11, Yoga and Native Studies as well as the revolutionary Girl on Fire empowerment program (piloted in NB) and the NEW Mindfulness program that was launched in the Native School Board. Other workshops include: yin yoga, assisting for experienced teachers, Cross-curricular lesson plans with Mi’Kmaq studies/Yoga, yoga and story telling and much more.

This program is suitable for all teachers/specialist especially Phys.Ed., support staff and guidance.
Fee: $ 500.00 + HST

Register early to secure your spot!
Call 902.444.YOGA or email to register.

NEW Certification!
Full 200hr Yoga in Schools & studio intensive Yoga Teacher Training, July 4-24th – with this 4 day conference included.

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Jennifer Malisauskas

Jennifer Malisauskas

Jennifer Jasvinder Malisauskas is the creative force behind Yoga Directory Canada. It's been her continuous dedication to YDC that has made the site a vibrant growing online community since 2004. She's Ottawa based Medicine Woman, Alternative Healer, Yoga Teacher, Life Coach & Web Designer. She loves dancing, gardening and the great outdoors. In her downtime she finds peace and relaxation by curling up with a good book, usually something by Jane Austen.

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