Champa is a yoga and meditation teacher with over 750 hours of yoga training in the following areas: Hatha, Ayurveda and Ashtanga yoga, as well as pre and post- natal yoga, and pelvic rehabilitation. She has received certifications in restorative and yin yoga, and was trained in therapeutic yoga with Bhavana yoga, focusing on lower back health, pelvic floor, digestive issues and stress and anxiety.
Passionate about health all around, Champa has training in trauma-sensitive yoga and nonviolent mindful communication. A movement expert, Champa is also an accomplished dancer, choreographer and performer with a BA in Contemporary dance from Concordia University.
From her experience in yoga and meditation, she teaches the six perfection of yoga; discipline, devotion, letting go, absorption, self-realization, as well as the impermanence of all things.
Champa endeavors to provide her students a space where they feel safer to explore their breath, body awareness and meditation. She considers each of her students as unique and aims to support them in establishing a daily yoga practice as a way of life. Champa provides her students with opportunities to listen to and deeply feel their bodies in order to establish a sense of belonging and well-being.