My name is Pamela Nelson. I live in Christopher Lake, Saskatchewan on a small acreage with my family.
I have been practicing yoga for over 20 years. I started in my early 20's, and my intention at that time was to use yoga as a way to increase flexibility after long runs or bike rides. I quickly realized how beneficial it was to not only my strength and flexibility, but also my mental well-being. I love the openness yoga brings to the body and the quietness to the mind. I have found it helps with confidence and personal self acceptance.
I completed my degree in Land Use and Environmental Studies and Physical Geography from the University of Saskatchewan at around the same time I started yoga and find that yoga has helped me keep a deep connection to the earth and keep focused on the health of the earth and how amazing it is in the many ways it provides for us.
I am so grateful to be learning the Iyengar style of yoga from many wonderful instructors.
I have also completed a Yoga for Trauma training in 2016.
I teach all level of classes including Beginner, All-levels, Intermediate, Iyengar Flow, Gentle/Restorative, Backs and Joints, Senior/Modified and Youth and Kids.
I feel I am adaptable to many situations, yet teach from what I know and try to share this as best I can. I love teaching yoga in a way that is accessible to all and to continue as is often said, In the Light of Guruji's work.