Chinook Center

Alice Hong

Align Yoga

"Since 2000, I have been in continual awe of the depth of this ancient practice called yoga. My practice is guided by the deep qualities of the heart, expressed through the grace of both movement and stillness. I have been tremendously fortunate for the opportunity to study with amazing teachers around the globe, having traveled to over 25 countries to study, teach, and play. I hope to encourage students to develop a strong sense of body awareness, cultivate mindfulness and awaken their heart to experience their true selves. I do my best to take the lessons learned on the mat - compassion, surrender and gratitude with me into the world. Thank you to all those who have guided me along the path and those I have yet to meet. Namaste. " - Alice Hong Our lululemon athletica Chinook team... Read the profile >>

Curt McGorman

2110 fitness

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Dori Montgomery

The Dailey Method

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Kate Mak

Yoga Santosha, Sanguine Yoga

I started the yoga practice in a time of uncertainty and it has certainly been one of the most beautiful and satisfying journeys that I have started and continue to grow from each day. I am so proud and honoured to have the opportunities to stand in a room and witness the journeys the students take on the mat and off the mat. It really is, the best job in the entire world! Each event in our lives serves in a big or small way towards shaping who we are. In my former life, I have been involved with neuroscience research and even spent a year in Japan as an English teacher. Currently, I describe myself as a yoga teacher, a food blogger, an aspiring world traveller and a fun enthusiast. The world around us can be a serious place and it falls on... Read the profile >>

Michelle Waddock

Tennis Coach/Trainer/Kids Yoga Instructor @ Pure Hot Yoga

Persistence that is what I live by in everything that I do. I believe that through hard work, discipline, and desire, anything is possible. Athleticism has been an intricate part of my life since I was a little girl. From gymnastics and ballet to diving, skiing and tennis I immersed myself in sports at a young age and always had a passion for competition. It was this passion that helped me to become a three- time Canadian tennis champion, while traveling internationally and playing tournaments like the Junior Us Open and the French Open. I later went on to play at the University of San Diego on a full tennis scholarship until an injury forced me to give up my tennis career. However my love for the game of tennis, competing and sport in general is... Read the profile >>

Sara Villamil

Yoga Mandala

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