Community Therapeutic Yoga Gentle Movement & Breathing
with Dianne Levine
Saturday October 27th, 2018 - 10am - drop in
Join us in our new indoor serene setting surrounded by nature. Experience awareness through movement,
breath and sound to promote relaxation, healing and improved energy.
Open to those on a cancer journey, their supporters and all others.
Come as you are and start where you can.
Please wear loose clothing and if possible bring a:
Yoga mat, blanket and water bottle
Donations support The Abbey Retreat Centre cancer programs.
The Abbey Retreat Centre
1150 Garden Gate Drive
Dianne is a Registered Nurse, retired from ICU nursing, raised four sons, owned and operated a fashion accessories business, and most recently worked in business management at an independent private school for 15 years. It was time to go in a different direction.
Dianne has always been interested in preventative health and well-being and when looking for a change, she naturally followed her instincts to nutrition and yoga. Now, as a graduate with first class honours from the Institute of Holistic Nutrition and a certified yoga instructor and a certified yoga therapist,
Dianne continues to study and practice yoga therapy, homeopathy and anything and everything related to energy medicine to heal your body, mind and spirit.
You will find Dianne working as Program Advisor at the Institute of Holistic Nutrition, practicing nutrition and yoga therapy at the Moksha Uptown Studio and in private practice in mid Toronto.
Her goal is to empower the individual through awareness to heal themselves with nutritional support & guidance, and tools in yoga therapy to adapt to lifestyle changes. Change Is Healing.
Service in the community is very important to Dianne where she is guiding practices downtown Toronto at the St. Felix Centre, Gilda’s and various retreats with the March of Dimes.
And when not working, Dianne enjoys her growing family on the ski hills and at the cottage, biking and paddle boarding with lots of good food and friends while growing her garden.
And maybe, when she retires she will return to India and the moon and the stars.