Drop-in: Yoga & Movement Therapy
Please note, programs are subject to change or cancellation. To learn more or to register, call 604-435-0323.
Wednesdays from 5:30-6:30 pm
Instructor: Eda Ertan
Yoga and movement therapy offers practitioners a gentle movement experience that is accessible, holistic and trauma-informed. You can expect to mindfully move and learn to better listen to your own body; release tensions and stress, and prevent burnout.
Following the modalities of ancient sciences [Yoga & Traditional Chinese Medicine], instructor and health scientist Eda Ertan incorporates the mind and body connection with the integration of modern sciences into the yoga class; including neuroscience, psychology, behavioural sciences and psychoacoustics! With Eda’s crystal harp and sound therapy instruments, your organs will enjoy a vibrational massage to support your self-care practice. We look forward to practicing with you!
- No experience required
- All are welcome
- Yoga mats and props are provided
Online registration is now available through our web portal. Drop-in classes appear online 24 hours before the session. Follow the link below or call 604-435-0323 to register on the phone.
For health and safety guidelines for this program, please click here.
About the Instructor
Eda Ertan is a Health Scientist, Yoga Instructor, Meridian Therapist, Founder and concept designer of the Quantum Care™ method of holistic & purposeful living.
She has been serving communities through the not-for-profit sector since 2012; where she designs and facilitates research-based health & well-being programs for older adults and marginalized communities, including in Collingwood Neighbourhood House.
She is a Health Link Manager, Activity Coach, and Literacy Program Manager. Ertan also serves as Director at Large on the Board of British Columbia’s Hospice & Palliative Care Association; and sits on the Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Peer Network at Vantage Point. 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.