“I wish to live a life that causes my Soul to dance inside my body.” ~ Dele Olanubi
My name is Tabatha Foster founder of Oh My Soul and Journey. I am a Reiki Master, Chios Master, S.A.C Practitioner, CCMBA practitioner. I have studied Chakras, Gem Stones, Meditation, Reiki for Weight Loss, and Colour Energy.
It has become my passion to help, support and motivate people as they begin their journey or are taking the next steps as they work towards making changes for their well-being. You will not be alone in your journey. Together we will discover or rediscover your passions, hopes and dreams for a life that is balanced ~ Mind, Body and Soul.
My journey gives my soul great fulfillment to watch as others bloom into their potential lives and live a life filled with purpose.
Greetings! My name is Tara O’Toole. I am very passionate about a holistic approach to healthy living. I firmly believe that the mind, body, and spirit are all connected. Exercises that incorporate these three pillars of wellness can improve our overall performance and well-being. Personally, I’ve found Yoga to be a huge factor in keeping these pillars activated and balanced. I love how each pose strengthens one muscle, stretches another muscle, and adds additional groovy health benefits. Once I experienced consistent benefits such as; gaining strength, balance, concentration, confidence, and gratitude, I decided I had to teach others so I could share these amazing gifts. I look forward to seeing you on the mat. Namaste
Steph was first exposed to yoga in Toronto at a body positive studio back in 2015 and she’s been hooked ever since! With a background in power lifting she noticed some muscle stiffness that limited her range of motion. A friend suggested she take a yoga class to help stretch out her muscles and after her first class, Steph discovered so much more. Her love for yoga grew and two years ago she took her teacher training to become a certified instructor. Teaching primarily Hatha yoga she also works with older adults with limited range of motion and has experience in teaching chair yoga. Steph has a fondness for accessibility and believes strongly that everybody and every body should be able to practice yoga. She considers herself a student for life always learning new forms and evolving her practice to meet her students needs.
Sherry Bamford~ Distant Connections