Students say that her style is “soothing, creative & detailed”.
Through her own thoughtful yoga practice Sheron teaches simple ways to bring ease to our postures. We can then move forward in our own yoga practice, leaving behind fear of pain.
-M. Brown, Courtenay
New word for you... sherondipitous! Meaning: some joyful experience that
leaps upon you during or after a Sheron yoga class.
-Dorothy D., Courtenay
Sheron has a gentle and fun way of teaching. One leaves her classes rejuvenated and relaxed yet challenged too by her wisdom of yoga and the many options she presents in such a respectful, and articulate manner.
-Connie H., Courtenay
Sheron is a yoga instructor who teaches her students not only body and mind awareness, which is in itself invaluable, but also acceptance of oneself with all our strengths and limitations.
I got a great deal out of (your) class and at times it almost felt like you were
talking directly to me. I think you're incredibly tuned into your class.
-A. Goosen, Courtenay
In her late teens, Sheron was drawn to a meditative pranayama (breath awareness) practice and then in her early 20's was introduced to asana (posture) practice.
Sheron has been teaching & sharing relaxation techniques for over 25 years, and in 2004 she added Yoga Instruction to her offerings.
With over 4500 hours of yoga teaching experience and over 850 hours of yoga training and education, she provides an environment that is safe and accepting to all and a place to discover “your yoga”.
What has influenced my teaching?
Styles of yoga:
Hatha, Yin, Restorative & Nidra
Yoga for Anxiety & Depression
Yoga & The Pelvic Floor
Intro to Yamuna Body Rolling
Undoing Yoga (Scaravelli)
Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction
Yoga for Healthy Backs
Pranayama and Meditation
Art & Science of Intuition
Psychology of Yoga
Yoga and the Sacrum
Magic of Sanskrit
Anatomy & Asana
Other holistic modalities & Yoga that i have practiced:
Yoga Teachers I have trained with:
Thomas Ashley Farrand
Misha (Michelle) Butot