Dahlia's journey through yoga has always been guided by the need for nervous system regulation. As someone who battled autoimmune disease for most of her life, yoga offered her the space she needed in order to cope with life's challenges. Dahlia began to practice yoga in 2005 at the time she completed her BA in French & Spanish studies from Wilfrid Laurier University. After 12 years of a consistent yoga practice, she left her decade-long career in the corporate sector and entered the world of teaching in pursuit of serving others. Dahlia completed her therapeutic yoga teacher training at Phoenix Rising School of Yoga Therapy in Vermont. Her passion lies in gentle vinyasa and mindful hatha classes to balance movement with stillness. Her relaxed and supportive teaching style is informed by her intention to hold space for her students in a non-judgemental way; not trying to fix, change or expect particular outcomes from their experience. This approach empowers students to cultivate deeper and more meaningful self-awareness leading to individual insights for growth. Her classes are less about achieving the poses and more of an inquiry to what's happening in the body moment to moment. Dahlia believes that yoga is an experience of connection to which there is no right or wrong way, simply YOUR way.