To evolve mindfully is to cultivate the ability, in every aspect of your life, to purposefully pay attention to being in the present moment. Listening to what your body, mind and soul needs without self-judgment.
Jackie is currently studying Mindful Meditation through the Oasis Mindfulness Institute at University of Massachusetts. This institute specializes in building mindful practices in order to help and manage conditions such as, chronic pain, depression, anxiety, eating disorders and other mental and physical health issues. She has found this practice extremely helpful in her own personal life and continues to include this modality in her therapeutic treatment approach, movement classes, nutritional consulting and retreats.
Lilian Motta walks with contagious energy that will make you feel like you got a dose of endorphins by being near her. She is recharged by helping people connect to movement and mindfulness; having worked for the City of Toronto in Recreation for over 15 years she knows the importance of play for all ages and is making it her mission to connect people with their inner kid to learn to laugh, move and play with no judgement.
Steve Beattie focuses on helping people with mindfulness, fascial stretch therapy, and the Wim Hof method. Steves hosts workshops, retreats and play time workshops outdoors! Fun fact!
He has a daily practice of the WHM and meditation - usually first thing in the morning. Sometime mid-morning he NEEDS his physical workout. This consists of primal pattern movements, KB work, running, biking - ANYTHING.Our bodies need to move all the time. Every Sunday at 10am Steve can be found at Sunnyside Beach or High Park in Toronto. If you have a little experience with the WHM feel free to join him. It's not an instructional session but you will likely learn lots. Often he has someone share their unique skills with movement, breathing, or meditation.
Sessions are 30-120 minutes. FREE! Playing, like breathing, is free.