Our teachers

 

Natalia Correa is Certified Holistic Nutritionist with a diploma in Herbal Medicine from The Institute of Holistic Nutrition, Canada. She is Authorized Level 2 by the KPJAY Institute in Mysore, India.

She travels to India regularly to study with her teacher Sharath Jois as it allows her to revisit the roots and tradition of her daily yoga practice.

She is fascinated by the healing properties of yoga, herbs and foods and how they beneficially influence our lifestyle. She believes devotion to a daily practice allows for a person to experience an openness and awareness within themselves, and how that experience can influence each person to realize their own healing abilities. 

Always grateful to my teachers. Vande Gurūṇāṁ 

Teaching Mysore class at Ashtanga Yoga Vancouver. So grateful for this space and community. Learning everyday and getting inspired by each practitioner and specially by Fiona Stang. Photo by: Kris Yen

Teaching Mysore class at Ashtanga Yoga Vancouver. So grateful for this space and community. Learning everyday and getting inspired by each practitioner and specially by Fiona Stang. Photo by: Kris Yen


The body is your temple. Keep it pure and clean for the soul to reside in.
-B.K.S. IYENGAR


The seed of Dharma, of Buddhist philosophy, was planted by my parents in early childhood, but my personal holistic journey matured in 2010, with my first trip to India when I discovered yoga as a holistic practice. Devotion to the practice brought awareness towards my old unhealthy patterns and enabled me to look deeper for a different approach to life. This began my studies in yoga, holistic nutrition and the underlying causes of those old patterns.


Harvesting and Medicine Making at Innisfree Farm

Harvesting and Medicine Making at Innisfree Farm

Wild dandelion root.

Wild dandelion root.


I strongly believe curiosity is key to become our own healers. 

I am passionate about the healing properties of herbs and foods and also by the power of awareness that a daily yoga practice brings to life. I strongly believe education is the key to become your own healer. Once you are able to listen to your body, you can identify unhealthy patterns, be aware of their effects and overcome them by building new healthy ones.


Natalia Correa, describes in her words, the roots of her devotion, her gratitude towards her teachers and her love towards the practice.

 

Brittany Morgan

Yoga teacher who shares the Ashtanga yoga method from KPJAYI, Mysore India. She has spent 10 years experimenting with body movement as a dancer and growing breath awareness with a daily yoga practice. She honours the lineage by sharing what she knows at Ashtanga Yoga Squamish.


Ashtanga Yoga Squamish
ashtanga yoga squamish
 

Let the breath be your Guru. 
- KRISHNAMACHARYA


 

Thanks to Sharathji for all his teachings and being such an inspiration of love & devotion.