The Power Flow: Yoga & Movement
Please note, programs are subject to change or cancellation. Call 604-435-0323 to confirm program times and dates.
Anchor into the healer within.
Wednesdays from 5-6 pm – offered both online and in person at the CNH Annex
The Power Flow is a paid class and students can expect to move and express with the patterns of cardio, strength, training, stretching, Pilates, yoga, and dance. Classes are open to all levels and students will be guided into the practice with interactive modifications and instant in-person/online cues to improve their alignment as we co-create these sessions together.
Taught by Eda Ertan, the Power Flow is anchored into music, breathe, and fluid movements, and centred in meridian yoga therapy, and vinyasa yoga with the focus on breathe, flow, movement, and holding poses in intelligent ways – all to activate the healer within. Students can expect to learn about intricate meridian lines and acupressure points to support themselves on and off the mat to reduce discomfort, pain, and blockages in their bodies.
To register for the in-person class (held at the CNH Annex, 3690 Vanness Ave), call 604-435-0323. Max. number of participants: 12. Please review our health and safety guidelines below before attending class in-person.
To register for the online class, purchase one of the options in the dropdown menu below. Participants will receive the link 30 minutes before the start of the class. Registration closes 1 hour before the start of the class.
The goals and objects for this program are:
• Safe and fair play
• Fun and exercise
CNH is currently monitoring the issue of the COVID-19 virus and its potential spread. We recognize that this is a growing concern among our community and we would like to be proactive around this matter to ensure that everyone feels safe at our programs. All participants must adhere to the following guidelines.
• All participants MUST sign the waiver form before participating in the program
• All participants MUST undergo COVID-19 checklist before participating in each class
• Participants MUST purchase the fitness program pass; NO cash will be accepted. Please call the day of the program to ensure a spot
• All participants MUST bring their own yoga mats, bolsters and yoga blocks. CNH will not be providing equipment’s until further noticed
• All participants must wash hands and use hand sanitizer before entering the studio
• All participants MUST bring their own towels, and water bottles; water bottle filling stations are open, however water fountains are not
• Wear appropriate attire comfortable for the program. Please be ready before the start of the class as we have closed changing rooms. No outside clothing.
• All participants MUST wear a mask at all times in the common area
• All participants MUST wear a mask at all times during the program. Exception is made for those who have a medical condition
• Maximum 12 participants in the Annex Multipurpose Room
• Limit 2 participants in the washroom at a time
• Strict social distancing guidelines will be in place by the instructor during the program so everyone has enough space when performing the movements. 2.5 meter distancing must be insured. If distance cannot be maintained please wear a mask
• Don’t forget to your energy, smile and a positive attitude!
• Once class is finished please leave in a timely manner from the main entrance, no gatherings in the main foyer
*If you are feeling unwell or have travelled outside the country please stay home to ensure the safety of all other participants. If you have any questions or concerns for the following above, please don’t hesitate to ask your instructor.
About the Instructor
Eda is a vinyasa yoga instructor, meridian yoga therapist, and movement coach. She finds healing in movement and music. Her passion for holistic health, disease prevention, and health promotion led her to treating her headaches with alternative medicine, such as yoga, dance, acupuncture, and massage.
With an education in psychology and health sciences, Eda discovered the power of the mind and body, and had a desire to affect a deeper change by helping others heal as she was healing herself. She has been teaching yoga and mindful movement since 2019, and is constantly expanding and deepening her knowledge to enrich her classes.
Eda’s classes are energizing, empowering, connecting, and grounding with her natural sense of balance. She helps centre her students to the present moment so they can unpack, witness, and connect with their inner healer—while discovering and cultivating the strength and resilience within themselves.