Wanderlust means a great desire to travel, to learn and discover. Your body is opening up practicing yoga? Open up your mind too with these special nights you will not want to miss.
If you are a member and sign up for an event for free, you have up until 24 hours to cancel otherwise the event fee could be charged. We thank you for your cooperation!
Wanderlust event – 7h30pm to 9h30pm
AcroYoga with Britta Kfir – Tuesday, August 22nd (event in English)
All are welcome, no experience or partners necessary!
Britta Rael and Lauren Clausen are both seasoned AcroYoga teachers who travel the globe teaching workshops, retreats, and festivals. Join them for more AcroYoga classes in Mont Tremblant at Wanderlust Festival, Aug 23-27th.
Regular price: $25 – Free for members
Sacred Cacao Ceremony with IEMANJO – Thursday, August 31st (event in English)
Cacao is a gentle, heart-opening medicine used ceremonially by Mayan and Aztec peoples for centuries. In addition to the health benefits of its many active compounds, cacao can be used as a vehicle for prayer and an opportunity to connect with one’s true purpose.
IEMANJO’s cacao ceremony is an inward journey through healing sound, movement and chocolate. We will work through an alchemy of guided meditation, voice activation and conscious movement exercises, sound healing, group singing, and live ecstatic dance music.
Price: $25 regular – Free for members
Dharma talks – Thursdays 7h30 pm to 8h45pm
Immerse yourself in the inspiring ideas of thought-leaders during Dharma Talks (Speakeasy). Our intimate and casual lecture series covers topics ranging from personal empowerment to community betterment. There will be 45 minutes conference and 30 minutes of exchange and questions!
Nathalie Champoux – September 21st (event in French)
“May your food be your medicine and may your medicine be your food.”
Hippocrates, the greatest figure of ancient medicine, was completely right. Our food is our fuel, and if it is of poor quality—whether it’s been processed, adulterated with toxic substances and chemicals, pumped full of hormones or antibiotics or is simply not designed for our gastro-intestinal tract—it can become a type of poison giving rise to a wide range of illnesses and disorders.
Shocked when her first-born son was diagnosed with autism in 2011 and concerned that her youngest son could face the same fate, Nathalie Champoux, 31, set off to explore uncharted territory in an attempt to bring her sons out of their bubble. Not only did she completely revamp their dietary habits but—following the sound advice of an experienced naturopath—also provided her family with appropriate nutritional supplements, thus removing accumulated toxins from their systems, replenishing their intestinal flora and cleansing their environment. As the days, weeks and months went by, her two sons’ health was radically transformed. Within a year, various doctors and specialists confirmed that both boys were developing normally. The diagnosis of autism was reversed.
As she discusses her journey, Nathalie will take an in-depth look at the main factors affecting human health. By sharing her knowledge and the fruits of her experience, she aims to spark a reflection about our lifestyle and consumer choices. In addition to providing tips and advice for participants wishing to adopt healthier lifestyles, she will touch on the concept of overall balance and will share a wide range of practical information. Above all, Nathalie seeks to deliver an important message of hope to people wishing to adopt healthier lifestyles and to significantly mitigate (if not reverse) health conditions that conventional medicine regards as irreversible.
About Nathalie Champoux
Born in Quebec and mother of three, Nathalie Champoux is a public speaker and has authored a number of best-selling books, including Être et ne plus être autiste ou comment notre famille a vaincu l’autisme… naturellement (Fides 2015), dealing with her family’s successful fight against autism, and Santé! Le guide pour toute la famille (Fides 2017), a health guide for the whole family. She studied science, arts and literature at the college level prior to obtaining a bachelor’s degree in communication from the Université de Québec à Montréal (UQAM).
Regular price: $25$ – Free for members
Wanderlust music events – 6pm
Free for members – Regular price : $25
The 2017-2018 line up is coming soon!
Music, Tibetain bowls and YIN yoga
Sept 14th – Oct 26th- Nov 16th -Dec 14th 2017 7:30pm (events in English)
Our suggestion is quite simple: settle in.
Let the postures and the rhythm of the music do the rest. You will be rocked by Guillaume’s slow hypnotic music and guided by Asami throughout this Yin yoga session.
And just when you think it’s over, you’ll enjoy even more! This sublime practice closes with a Shavasana: 30 exquisite minutes of relaxation to the sounds of Tibetan bowls.
Open your eyes. Feel the effects of wellbeing.
Musician since a young age, Guillaume studies classic violon before starting a degree in music therapy. His passion for music and healing make him explore and master healing sounds.
Sept 14th – Nov 16th – Dec 14th – Asami Martens
Her reputation has a wonderful yin yoga teacher is already proved at our studio. She will guide you trough a smooth and profound sequence inspried by Guillaume’s transcendents healing sounds. the class will end with a surreal savasana accompagnied by the tibetain bowls.
26 octobre – Adam Mahmoud
Adam is an international yoga teacher, registered with the Yoga Alliance RYT 500. When he’s not busy traveling the world or being a professional fire performer, he dedicates himself to restorative, Hatha, Ashtanga, Vinyasa Yoga, to Yin and meditation. He teaches an active, alignment-based flow practice, guided by breath awareness and mindfulness meditation. His holistic approach aims to restore the connections between the body, the mind and the spirit, to achieve a better life.
Regular price : $25 – Free for members