Links:
 

Here are some styles of yoga I teach and practice plus some teachers that have
inspired me:

Emma O'Neil - Ashtanga lvl 2 certified Teacher -
http://emmaoneill.wixsite.com/mysoretoronto

Judith Lasater - Restorative Yoga Guru-
http://www.judithhansonlasater.com/

Health and Wellness Links:

Through the years I have committed myself and my life to taking and
advocating self-care as a means of living well.  That rest is more important
than work.  And that a well-rested mind body can accomplish far more in a
few hours than a mind body running on fumes for days can.  This is a list of
people and health care practitioners and professionals that I have met with
and received work or treatment from in some way.  I am not advocating or
selling anything and do not receive a benefit from them, and another's
experience may differ to taste etc.

Accupuncture:

www.simplecures.ca <http://www.simplecures.ca>   I have had several sessions
with Dr. Kwan (and his staff in the past).  I always learn something new
from this work.

Muscle Activation Techniques (MAT)

I get a session of this once a month from my friend Sam Trotta at Striation
6.  I find it been helping me integrate "problem areas" more fully  and my
practice, lifting and teaching level have increased as a result.

http://www.striation6.com/services/muscle-activation-techniques

Massage Therapy:

I have received much work from multiple therapists throughout the city.

For those more on a budget, I go to Oxford College (869 Yonge St)
416-907-2570

I can add a more comprehensive list at some point, but these are some that I
would recommend checking out  (especially MAT if you haven't tried it).

Additional:

I was a writer and contributor for Positivelite.com Canada's HIV Online
Magazine and respect them for sharing their insights, thoughts and words
alongside mine.  If you haven't checked it out, please do so.

www.positivelite.com <http://www.positivelite.com>

 

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