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Rebecca Bolden

Orillia Ontario

Rebecca believes that yoga finds you when you need it most in life. In the last leg of Rebecca's BFA in dance at York University, she was feeling mentally and physically exhausted. After a friend gave her a pass to a yoga class, she found herself going back for more. And more and more. Rebecca feels yoga gave her the strength to finish off her degree with a renewed love for movement and the healing power to finish strong. Wanting to share this amazing tool for life, Rebecca completed the Moksha yoga teacher training with yoga teachers and Moksha founders Ted Grand and Jessica Robertson. Since then Rebecca has continued her training in Prenatal, Mom and Baby and Kids' yoga. Rebecca turns to yoga when life takes any sort of turn. When she became pregnant, she delved into prenatal yoga to help guide her through the journey of growing life and giving birth. In the first year of her daughter's life you could find them both on the mat sharing yoga with other Mothers and Babies with whom they both made lasting friendships. As her daughter grows Rebecca becomes more and more passionate in teaching yoga to young kids as a great form of play and of course so they may have the gifts yoga has to offer early in life. Rebecca continues to learn as she teaches. She truly believes the best teachers are students forever.

Offers classes & workshops in:

Children`s, Family, Hatha, Mom and Baby, Postnatal, Prenatal

Additional information:

Our mission is to provide safe, fun and informed guidance in yoga for all walks of life without it being too serious. In this process our role is to provide a non-competitive, comforting environment for you to find and deepen your practise. We believe there is a yoga practise for everyone; young or old; physically fit or not. Throughout good health or illness yoga can be modified to suit the individual. We encourage questions and lots of laughing. Our hope is that by giving you yoga on the mat, you will be able to take it with you into your everyday life and share it with those around you. There are many philosophies under the umbrella of yoga and we try to explore them all, however, one that seems always to come back into our classes is that of Lila (pronounced Lee-la). Lila is Sanskrit for Of Devine play. If we can practise playing on the mat then I believe we can come back to our true essence to that place of fresh curiosity in our bodies, in our mind and spirit and further into the world around us.