Our Experience in Movement | Natasha Currah
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Sunday April 19th
12pm – 5pm
Whether you’ve spent a little or a lot of your time on the mat this day retreat will explore how to unravel our subconscious patterns and acquire the fundamental movements in our joints to sustain a pain free yoga practice. The morning begins with a grounding meditation and personal intention setting followed by an exploratory movement lab. After a break and walk in the forest we gather in the yoga dome to put the pieces back together again in a powerful and slow yoga flow.
12pm – Meeting & Greeting with individual intention setting for the day
12:15pm ‘Exploring our Movements’ workshop
1:45pm mid day break and forest bathing
3:00pm ‘Reassembling our Practice’ discussion and yoga class
This day-treat is for you if…
You love the outdoors
You like to live pain free on and off the mat
You want to learn more about how your body works in motion
You like mindful and slow but challenging yoga practice
This day-treat is not for you if…
You have a serious health condition or physical injury
RATES & REGISTRATION
$79 all-inclusive for the day
Payment in full required to secure your space. Non-refundable, non-transferable.
Payment can be made by Credit Card or Interac Transfer. Credit Card payments have an additional 4% fee.
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Accommodation. We have cottages on site that you can book separately from this day-treat. Details are here: Nectar Yoga B&B Accommodations.
Travel to/from Bowen by ferry.
Born and raised in Toronto, Natasha completed her 360hr yoga teacher training at the age of 25 under the tutelage of Ron Reid and Diane Bruni at the Downward Dog Yoga Centre. Upon graduation in 2004, she became one of the youngest teachers at the studio. She began studying under Chuck Miller and Maty Ezraty (Founders of Yoga Works, LA) in 2003 and continued regular trainings with Chuck for over 12 years. Constantly exploring different modalities of training body and mind, her learning has always been motivated by safe and sustainable anatomical movement. With nearly 10,000 hours teaching in Toronto’s most respected studios and private clubs, she graduated to training aspiring yoga teachers and working exclusively with independent practitioners from 2013 – 2016. In 2014 she relocated to BC and began to explore and practice Functional Range Conditioning, a method by Dr. Andreo Spina. In 2018 she became a FRC Mobility Specialist as well as certified in Functional Range Assessment. With a focus on expanding perceived limitations, Natasha drives a foundational message that change is possible. Natasha specializes in working with individuals who are looking to improve their performance in their desired athletic field and is an invested mentor for fitness instructors looking to establish a sustainable practice and following.