Breathwalk is a simple, natural and effective way to improve your physical and mental wellbeing. It is a practice for everyone, from extreme athletes to people who don’t get much physical activity. It has been proven to relieve anxiety, depression, stress, moodiness, low stamina, hypertension, poor circulation and so much more.
Join us to explore the outdoors and learn a meditative walking technique that you can do almost anywhere. We’ll start with a gentle indoor warm-up (can be done in a chair), and then head outdoors to the beautiful trails around Evergreen Brick Works. While exploring the trails, the group will be guided through rhythmic walking, synchronized with a breathing technique and meditative attention.
You’ll be led by experienced Breathwalk and Kundalini Yoga teacher Gurushabd Khalsa. Participants should wear clothing appropriate for walking outdoors in any condition as this event is not weather dependant. Registration is limited to 20 people per session. This event is in partnership with Evergreen Brickworks.
Please meet us at the Welcome Desk in the Young Welcome Centre at Evergreen Brick Works.
Date & Time
Sunday March 18th
2:30 – 4:00 pm
rain or shine 🙂
Driving, Transit, & Biking Directions
Meet in the Young Welcome Centre at 2:30pm at Evergreen Brickworks
550 Bayview Ave
$13 if you register in advance via Evergreen
$15 drop-in rate, to be paid at Yonge Welcome Centre desk in cash
About the Teacher
Born in Guru Ram Das Ashram in Toronto, Gurushabd Khalsa is a true modern yogi, and grew up in a spiritual community of Kundalini Yogis, healers, teachers, and Sikhs. When she was 13 Gurushabd spent a year studying at a yogic boarding school in India. She became certified to teach Kundalini Yoga at the age of 17 and has over a decade of teaching experience.
Gurushabd teaches welcoming classes with a graceful spirit and a deep gratitude for whoever walks through the door. Her classes have a smooth flowing rhythm, and she shares the truly transformational techniques of Kundalini Yoga in a simple, accessible, and profound way.
When she’s not teaching or practicing yoga, Gurushabd is directing the studio and connecting with students. In her down time, Gurushabd can be found biking around the city, playing ultimate frisbee, meditating, and hanging out with her husband Nash.