Sacred Embodiment:

Therapeutic Yoga for Body Compassion

Your body is sacred, and innately carries a profound sense of value and worth.

Your body is a deep resource for healing, health and happiness, and wellspring of wisdom.

Yet, for various reasons, many of us have developed an unhealthy relationship to our body, disregarding its needs, wants, desires and messages.

This disruption can lead to patterns that are not healthy for our body, mind, heart and spirit, such as body shame, body hate, disordered eating, disembodiment, dissociation, self-harm, chronic pain or dysregulation.

This 4-class series is for those who are looking to return to a sense of connection, safety, comfort and trust within their body. 

Our intention is to cultivate a more compassionate relationship to our bodies and their wisdom, and to practice treating our bodies with deep reverence and compassion.

We will seek to improve embodiment through movement, yoga asana, breathwork, somatic practices and introspection.

No prior yoga experience necessary.

Time & Dates:

Saturday mornings from 11:00am-12noon
November 18 + 25, December 2 + 9


In-person at The Heart Center
1170 Broad Street, Regina, SK
*inquire about attending virtually



Includes four 60-minute sessions

*Covered by most insurance plans*
*Scholarship/sliding scale available – just ask!

Facilitated By:

Kellsey Calhoon, Registered Psychologist, Yoga Teacher, and Art Therapist

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