– Yoga Links –

East To West Yoga & Pilates Susie Dias is the owner, writer and extraordinary yoga teacher registered with the Yoga Alliance. She runs both a studio and fully accredited teacher training school in Toronto.

Diane Bruni taught yoga for 35 years. Although she says in her heart ‘it’s all yoga’, she has evolved into a movement educator. Diane was the first Ashtanga yoga teacher in Canada. Among her many contributions to the Yoga community, she co-founded the Downward Dog Yoga Centre, and hosted an internationally aired television series called Breathing Space Yoga.

Canadian Yoga Alliance

Faculty at Ashtanga Yoga Fellowship. 

Mount Madonna Center

Baba Hari Dass In addition to teaching the vast science of yoga, Babaji is an accomplished author, builder, philosopher, sculptor, proponent of Ayurveda (the ancient Indian system of health and healing), and is conversant in several languages.

Fascia in Movement Webinar Series with Tom Myers. Tom is the originator of the Anatomy Trains Myofascial Meridians. Videos in Anatomy Trains, Myofascial Release, 4D Fascial Dynamics, Soft-Tissue Therapy and Functional Training discuss the “revolutionary map of the ‘anatomy of connection’ – whole-body fascial and myofascial patterning” and provide “holistic strategies for health professionals, Pilates and yoga teachers, physiotherapists, personal trainers, and athletes to resolve complex postural and movement patterns”.

Buddha Rider Yoga and Cycle Studio is in Collingwood, Ontario.

Wasaga Beach Yoga

How Yoga helps MesotheliomaRead about the impact that different kinds of healing modalities have on this form of cancer.

– Community Links –

Cosmos Art Company Based in Wasaga Beach, many forms of art grow here. Special event face painting, henna and airbrush, cost saving before/after tips for the home and community art news.

faceART provides a positive human experience for all ages through the art of face painting. 

FarmStart encourages and supports a new generation of entrepreneurial, ecological farmers.

NDACT  (North Dufferin Agricultural and Community Taskforce) spearheaded events that helped stop the proposal for the Melancthon Mega Quarry. Tens of thousands of people attended Foodstock and Soupstock. I was there as a volunteer at both events, taking photos at Foodstock and face painting at Soupstock.

“We need the Earth pretty badly, but the Earth doesn’t really need people. We’d better get our priorities straight.” Ralph ArmstrongCanada www.facebook.com/friends.of.ndact

Idle No More  (#IdleNoMore) movement by First Nations is helping to draw attention to the way Canada’s natural resources are being exploited.