health

For generations, people have suffered and sacrificed to find answers. A quest for truth. Climbing to mountain-high monasteries or crossing the Swamp of Sadness to search out all-knowing beings.

Event Date: 
Monday, July 30, 2018
Time: 
1:30pm - 4:30pm

Join Ayurvedic Teacher Tamara Dunn as she teaches you about the differences in body types, preferences, yoga poses and foods for each Ayurvedic Type. She will lead you through an evaluation to determine your body type and then show you how to cook for your dosha-what to avoid and what works.

As children, we’re all curious eaters with an innate desire to explore the sensations associated with trying to new foods. It seems that as we get older, we tend to stick to those foods we like. However, branching out to new cultural foods can provide many benefits! 

Event Date: 
Repeats every day until Sun Jul 29 2018.
Saturday, July 28, 2018
Sunday, July 29, 2018
Time: 
7:00pm - 9:00pm

Join Emily Williams for an evening of divine vibration. Kirtan has been enjoying increasing popularity in the West. Its a form of Yoga that originated in India in the 16th century as an ecstatic devotional chanting practice to concentrate the mind on feelings of devotion.

Chanting works at breaking the shell of the ego and expanding the heart and consciousness.Emily combines traditional chanting practices with modern flavours and rhythms.

Event Date: 
Thursday, September 27, 2018
Time: 
6:30pm

Details to follow.

Event Date: 
Saturday, July 14, 2018
Time: 
7:00am - 8:45am

An introductory look at learning to meditate. When quiet our minds we find a peace that is effective and long term. When we stop looking outside of ourselves to find inner peace, when we stop thinking its going to be the next relationship, the next job, the next purchase that’s going to make us happy, we start looking within to seek solace.

During this session we will learn not to try to silence a mind that wants to go in a hundred different directions simultaneously, but rather how to sit with and not attach to this chaos.

Summer in Fernie is FULL ON. Whether you are a hiker or paddler, are biking the gnarly terrain or sitting at a desk, we all face the requirement of taking care of our body in order to maintain it for the coming adventure.

The sun is shining, small plants are creeping out of the ground, and Wayne is ready to get his healthy lifestyle back on track. After chatting with friends at his local gym, Wayne decides to give the Whole 30 a try.

Bucket lists tend to be a list of big ticket items that you would like to accomplish in your lifetime, possibly as a means of ensuring that you have a full life.

The solutions are at our fingertips. Say no to straws. Tote a reusable water bottle around with you and fill it up from the tap.