Self-Care for the Soul: Embodying Self-Love
Date and Time: Saturday, February 15, 2020 || 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Location: 1822 Comox Ave, Unit C (upstairs), Comox, BC V9M 3M7
Contact Heather at
Cost: $40 ($35 with a donation of new socks to go to Eureka Support Society)
A Saturday morning full of conversation, nourishing food, mindful movement, and community. This is part of a quarterly series where we explore different facets of self-care (you do not need to attend all to participate).
Taking time to sit with our own self-talk and thoughts about how we truly feel about ourselves in a safe space, we will move and share in conversation designed to up-level our self-love.
This event will feature a morning Restorative yoga practice before we move into a session designed to inspire you to think differently about yourself - in body, mind, and spirit.
Please dress comfortably in clothes that allow for movement! You may wish to bring a notebook and pen to take notes. All props, including chairs, mats, blankets, bolsters, etc. are included. If there is something in particular you would like to bring, please do so.
Self-Care Saturday Flow
9:00 AM Welcome and Introduction
9:15 AM Mindful Movement practice (accessible and no movement experience required)
10:30 AM Nourishment Break
11:00 AM Embodying Self-Love, a guided conversation
1:00 PM Closing Circle and Farewell
If you have any questions, please contact Heather Evans directly at
Do you struggle (or have you struggled in the past) with body image, body confidence, eating disorders or anything else I should be aware of?
Anything else you would like me to know?
Your registration is confirmed upon receipt of payment. Payment may be made via e-transfer to Heather Evans at
. Once you are registered, you will receive an invoice.
If you have never made a transfer to Heather, please use the password "selfcaresoul" when doing so.
You may also pay via cheque (made out to "Heather Evans"). Payment must be received prior to the event in order for your space to be held.
You will receive an email with further information about three days before the event begins. If there are any questions or if you need to cancel your registration, please contact Heather at
Thank you and I look forward to seeing you soon!
Heather Evans, MS, E-RYT200, YACEP
Self-Care and Empowerment Coach
Yoga and Modern Dance Instructor
The Inner Fire with Heather Evans
Heather is a Self-Care and Empowerment Coach working with women around the world. With her unique offering of embodied coaching which combines deep excavation, movement, breath, and immediate action, Heather’s clients discover their inner fire and reignite their belief in themselves and what they are capable of. In sessions with Heather, the shifts happen quickly with an emphasis on personal empowerment.
Heather worked for many years in the for-profit and non-profit sectors while living in Chicago. After neglecting her own self-care and struggling with eating disorders for over 20 years, she took a leap and left her prior career to start aligning her work with her soul. She attended her first yoga teacher training in Bali, Indonesia in 2014 after listening to the voice within that called for something more.
Since then, Heather has shared her love of movement and coaching with women around the world. She is a dynamic guide who resonates with all who meet her.
Heather is certified in Strategic Intervention Coaching through Robbins-Madanes and is a Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Provider. Heather is a yoga instructor trained in Hatha, Yin, and Restorative yoga modalities and loves sharing her passion for modern dance. She has completed 20 hours of training in Trauma Center-Trauma Sensitive Yoga with the Trauma Center Yoga Program, giving her the skills to integrate a trauma-informed lens into her work. In addition to her coaching work, Heather offers Diversity and Inclusion consulting services to organizations in British Columbia.
Heather has travelled to and lived in many places around this world including North America, Europe, and the Middle East, and currently resides on Vancouver Island in Canada with her husband and son.
She respectfully acknowledges that she lives, works, and plays on the unceded traditional territory of the K’òmoks First Nation. Heather provides a positive space that is welcoming and inclusive of everyone including LGBTQ+; those living with diverse abilities; and those from different cultural, faith, and spiritual backgrounds.
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