Having been through a challenging year to say the least, I truly don't know how I would have survived without my morning and night routine. Facing a major health condition, I had to establish a better way of starting off my days and then setting myself up for the best possible sleep through a healing routine. My body needed to restore from the trauma of surgery and then treatments but my mind wouldn't allow much rest as my monkey brain was in full swing. I had to set myself up for succes,so through this 6 week series , I will share the essential ingredients that lead me to recovery. Spoiler alert; gratitude, breathwork restorative yoga, balancing my energy centers and the sweet sound of Tibitan Singing Bowls are all essential ingredients. So take and make time to reconnect and restore as you head in this new season. The season that reminds us to all let got of things that no longer serve us. Looking forward to seeing you this Sunday evening. Namaste, Chantel

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Anne-Sophie Chiasson

For someone who has never been much of an active person, I got my proof this morning of how much I now love hot yoga which I started about 6 months ago. Since I didn't get to a class in the last week while Marc was away, I was up and ready for an 1.5 hour class this morning. I got there only to realize I had gotten the time wrong and had missed the class. I felt like crying, truly sad. Very strange feeling for me, as I've never felt this way about any sort of physical activity. Feeling grateful that I've found an activity that nurtures my body and soul. Thank you Pura Vida!!