Chair Yoga invites you to find mobility in a way that is soft and gentle but also really supportive and beneficial. This gentle practice invites awareness and integrity into the body, specifically the line of the spine and activates the muscles that help you find length up through the spine for better posture and energy flow.
Leslie Bishop has been teaching yoga for more than 15 years, and with an ERYT-500 designation spends her time teaching others interested in the practice and lifestyle of the 8 Limbs of yoga. Certified as a yoga teacher trainer and yoga life coach, Leslie leads exhilarating and unscripted Vinyasa yoga classes that are both challenging and heart pumping, while staying true to the ease and grace of the inner intention of the practice. With a background in performance and communication, Leslie is currently ending a one year sabbatical for where she examined the yoga of relationship.
As a relationship coach and facilitator, Leslie uses the Yogic philosophy of Ahimsa (non-violence) to help individuals and couples investigate habitual patterns in relationship behavior. Known for her passionate and enthusiastic pulse, Leslie shifts the paradigm of our traditional approach to relationship from a “power against” strategy to a “power with” blueprint.
Leslie holds a private practice in Halifax, N.S. and leads retreats for those looking to reclaim curiosity, connection and passion inwardly through physical movement while taking a deeper look at the wisdom of emotional intelligence for the purpose of outward connection.