Yoga and Mindfulness

Customizable Options

Evonne specializes in yoga and mindfulness for mental health and addiction recovery.  She has experience teaching in various environments and settings including: one-on-one, groups, community organizations, businesses, yoga studios, treatment centres and at special events. Please contact for more information and rates.  Evonne is also a Certified Human Resources Leader with experience in workplace wellness initiatives and leading corporate wellness activities. 

Mental Health and Addiction: 

  • Yoga of Recovery
  • Yoga of 12-Step Recovery
  • LifeForce Yoga for Depression and Anxiety
  • Trauma-Informed Yoga for PTSD
  • Yoga for Balancing Moods


  • Yoga for Seniors
  • Training the Parasympathetic Nervous System
  • Health Care 1: Assessing the Physical Body
  • Yin Yoga
  • Hot Yoga 

Program: Peaceful Minds Yoga

Focusing on the relationship between mood management and the mind-body connection, sessions offer a combination of breathing, movement, postures, mindfulness and music. Participants will explore the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual benefits of a yoga practice. Classes are for all levels; ideal for beginners while offering more challenging options for regular practitioners. 

Improving the mental, psychological and cognitive well-being in both adults and adolescents, yoga is gaining popularity as part of an effective treatment plan for various conditions and disorders, including stress, anxiety, depression, trauma and addiction.

Program: Yoga of 12 Step Recovery

Y12SR is a 12-Step based discussion and yoga practice. It is a rich and powerful framework for integrating the wisdom of yoga and the practical tools of 12-step programs. Meetings are open, inclusive and ‘universal’ (all "A's" are welcome). Groups are for anyone and everyone dealing with their own addictive behaviour or affected by the addictive behaviours of others.

Guided by its theme “The Issues Live in our Tissues” Y12SR recognizes that yoga and its practices are a part of a holistic recovery program and rather than a replacement, it provides adjunct tools to address the physical, mental and spiritual disease of addiction.