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The Path to Self-Acceptance with Dianne Bondy
Thu, 11 May 2017, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM EDT
Join Dianne Bondy for a conversation around self-awareness on the path to self-acceptance, followed by an accessible mindfulness and yoga practice designed to help you safely explore the themes of self-acceptance and compassion towards the self and others. This unique practice integrates yoga, conversation, and open dialogue discussions centred around community connection and self-awareness. Explore accessible yoga poses, breath, and the mind-body connection in a way that illuminates your strength and creativity. Come and enjoy the unique experience of standing in your power as you connect with your inner light!
This free workshop is suitable for those 12 and up. People with varying abilities are welcome. The mindful movement will be accessible to everyone. Feel free to bring your yoga mat!
A NEDIC event
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
The Chestnut Conference Centre is located in downtown Toronto, close to St. Andrew subway station. The nearest major intersection is Bay St. and Dundas St. W. Paid parking is available nearby.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
You can email us at email@example.com, or give us a call at 416-340-4156.
Who is Dianne Bondy?
Dianne Bondy is a celebrated yoga teacher, social justice activist and leading voice of the Yoga For All movement. Her inclusive view of yoga asana and philosophy inspires and empowers thousands of followers around the world – regardless of their shape, size, ethnicity, or level of ability.
Dianne contributes to Yoga International, Do You Yoga, and Elephant Journal. She is featured and profiled in International media outlets: The Guardian, Huffington Post, Cosmopolitan, People and more. She is a spokesperson for diversity in yoga and yoga for larger bodies, as seen in her work with Pennington’s, Gaiam, and the Yoga & Body Image Coalition. Her work is published in the books: Yoga and Body Image, and Yes Yoga Has Curves.
You can visit her website at www.diannebondyyoga.com.
What is NEDIC?
NEDIC (nedic.ca) is the National Eating Disorder Information Centre, a Canadian non-profit. We are dedicated to raising awareness about eating disorders, food and weight preoccupation, and related issues, and providing support to those affected and their loved ones. You can reach our toll-free helpline at 1-866-633-4220 (416-340-4156 in Toronto), or visit NEDIC.ca to learn more.