UPCOMING TRAININGS

The Yoga Outreach Certification™ Program: A 200 Hour Online Immersion
January 15 – April 30, 2021
Taught through a social justice lens, students will explore how yoga supports equity, inclusion, and community care inside the classroom and out in the world.
Tuition: Sliding scale $3200 – $1800
Info Session: January 5th 6 – 7pm
Information & Registration

Yoga Outreach Online Core TrainingTM
8 Tuesday nights February 1 – March 23, 2021
6pm – 8pm PST
$450 – Sliding Scale & Work-study scholarships available
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The First Nations Women’s Yoga Initiative
An 80-hour online trauma-informed curriculum & training to prepare First Nations women to practice and offer culturally-responsive and trauma-informed yoga programs in their communities. First cohort February 2021.
Information & Application

Cameray Child and Family Services Webinar Series:
BUILDING YOUR TOOLBOX
Feb 5, 12, 19, 26 2020
12:00 – 1:30 PST
$120.00 for all 4 workshops or $35 each
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25 Hour Online Trauma Informed Yoga Teacher Training
Karma Teachers, Vancouver, BC
Feb 15 – Mar 8, 2021 
Monday & Wednesday Evenings from 5:30-8:30 pm
$500 + gst before Jan 15 / $600 + gst after
Manual is additional $50 (no gst).
Information & Registration

Trauma, Yoga & Mental Health (online)
Ajna Yoga, Victoria, BC
March 19-21, 2021
$350
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The Therapeutic Relationship (online)
Ajna Yoga, Victoria, BC
May 28-30, 2021
$350
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Yoga Outreach Online Core II TrainingTM
Vancouver, BC
8 Tuesday nights April 6 – May 7, 2021
6pm – 8pm PST
$450 – Sliding Scale & Work study scholarships available
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“From the first time I spoke with Nicole on the phone, I found her to be engaging and down to earth. I loved how eager and willing she was to share information on trauma informed yoga. When she spoke at our team day, I couldn’t help but feel inspired and eager to use what I learned to help others. She provided us with the right amount of tools and spoke with such heart that everyone on the team talked about incorporating this into their work with clients.”
Nicole Von Chorus, Child & Family Mental Health Clinician and Yoga Instructor

“I have had the privilege of working with Nicole as a fellow therapist in a residential treatment centre, where we both worked with patients suffering from persistent mental ill-health and chronic substance use difficulties. I found Nicole to be an exceptionally gifted therapist and an inspiring human being. She is empathic, gentle, caring and skilled in working with a range of human sufferings, including and especially trauma. Clients I referred to Nicole state they would highly recommend her classes to others, as her calming and competent presence alone is ointment for anyone seeking to move a few steps closer to emotional health and healing.”
Carola de Souza, RSW; MA, RCC