Toni has been traveling her whole life, and moved to Vancouver in 2014. Spending her spare time walking on the North Shore, Kayaking, Skiing, Swimming as well as Practicing Yoga, reading and hanging out with her family, friends and 4 lovely kitties.
Back in 2007 I wasn't in a good place, I was deeply unhappy with myself and I definitely wasn't looking for Hypnotherapy. I signed up for a 4 day spiritual workshop to delve down the rabbit hole, of which I was deeply sceptical.
However, what I discovered back then, changed my whole world and perspective on life in a few short hours. I started using Hypnotherapy to find out who I really was, beyond this lifetime, and eventually my experiences guided me to become fully certified to bring this profound offering to others.
Believing that every time we delve into a hypnosis experience we gain deep and transformative insights into our lifetime now. I see Hypnotherapy as an easily accessible and practical tool for gaining a deeper understanding of consciousness and of our Self.
I discovered my first Yoga class in 1999. Practicing diligently over the years and eventually taking my first Yoga training with the Alberta Yoga College with no intention of teaching.
The training changed everything, and yes I started teaching immediately.
I started focusing on Yoga , finding a deep love of working with communities that are lesser served in the Yoga world.
My training expanded to disciplines for chronic pain care, trauma informed Yoga, Restorative therapeutics, Yoga for mental health, accessible and adapted Yoga, Yoga for life limiting illnesses and conditions, end of life care, grief and loss as well as working with seniors and youth.
Finally deciding to get certified as a Yoga Therapist.
It's been such a rewarding journey so far, and I am excited to share these tools with you.
I acknowledge that I am an uninvited guest on the land I work and live on, which is the unceded territory of the Coast Salish peoples, including the territories of the Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh), the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), the Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish) and the Stó:lō Nations.
People of the Inlet
A Living Culture
The Ones Who Take Care of What Was Handed