Yoga & Movement Therapy
Please note, programs are subject to change or cancellation. To learn more or to register, call 604-435-0323.
Wednesdays from 5:30-6:30pm starting January 19, 2022.
Experience intelligent, gentle, and compassionate sequencing to access, release, and heal physical tensions, mental stresses, and emotional blockages. Enjoy calming and short meditations while learning to access healing methods through breathing practices. Modalities: Traditional Chinese medicine, Neuroscience, Compassionate Movement, and Breath. Kindly bring your yoga mat.
To register for the in-person class (held at the CNH Annex, 3690 Vanness Ave), call 604-435-0323. Maximum number of participants: 16. 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.
Health & Safety
To access health and safety guidelines for this program, please click here.
About the Instructor
Eda Ertan 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.