Over 2,200 people in BC lost their lives last year to toxic illicit drugs. If you found someone experiencing an overdose, would you know what to do? Come get free training from Vancouver Coastal Health’s Sunshine Coast Harm Reduction Program. Learn to recognize the common signs and symptoms of an opioid overdose, and how to use an intra-muscular Naloxone kit to save a life.
Free but space is limited; register below. In person only.
Reconnect with your natural state of being.
Experience a moment away from the external stimulus of the day.
Relax and dive deep into the soothing sounds of deep didgeridoos, quartz crystal singing bowls, drums, vocals, guitar and more!
This is an event to lie down comfortably on a mat with a warm blanket and relax into the sound frequencies.
Bring your own mat and blanket or whatever you like to be comfortable.
Duration is approximately 90 min.
Cost by pay what you can. (recommended $20- $35 dollars)
Space is limited, please secure your spot in advance by emailing and sending an email transfer to email@example.com
Drop ins are welcome provided there is space available.
This slow-paced Yoga class guides students through a variety of Hatha Yoga postures. We stretch, strengthen and relax our bodies for an hour and end class feeling peaceful in mind, body, and spirit. This is a great class for beginners and can also be challenging for the experienced yogi as many modifications are provided. Try your first class for free!
Sept 15-17. This blissful weekend retreat includes a 1.5 hour social with an informative presentation on the Friday night followed by a group meditation in the Dharma Room. Saturday includes a 6 hour guided deep forest bathing experience plus lunch, a personal forest sound bath and a gift. Saturday night includes a group meditation in the Dharma Room. Sunday includes a 3 hour guided forest bathing experience, followed by a a silent lunch, and ending with a refreshing swim or dip in Trout Lake. All meals from Friday’s dinner through to Sunday’s lunch will be plant based and included along with two nights shared accommodation at the Self-Realization Sevalight Centre (a coffee, alcohol and drug free space). Private accommodation available at an extra cost.
Limited to 5 female participants
Supporting the Savary Island Volunteer Fire Department.
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Team and individual options available, and options for modifications such as wading instead of swimming and a shorter race course for kids. This is a “fun” triathlon – we are all about accessibility and inclusivity!!
Learn how dementia affects an individual’s brain and behaviour, its impact on family members, and how it differs from normal aging. Find out about the different resources that are available at any stage of the disease.
Presenter: Amelia Gillies, Alzheimer Society of BC
FREE but in-person space is limited. Registration is recommended; contact the Library at 604-886-2130 or register online. Also accessible live on Zoom.
This class offers is a slow paced exploration into the workings strength, mobility and flexibility. Props are used to assist the exploration of the yoga poses, but also allow for each body type and its abilities access to the opening and movements. Each week builds and focuses on understanding a few areas of the body and how this relates to the whole. The focus work assists and teaches concentration stills leading to an awareness of how the mind, breath, and body are intimately connected.
Instructor: Andrea Fulkerson, Dip DH, BHSc, DHP(c), Certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher
Email for more info and register here.