Speciality Instructors

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Cherise Dacquay Chudobiak

Cherise began the self-practice of Yoga in 2008, and embarked on sharing my passion with others by leading yoga classes in 2009. In June 2021 she completed her Registered Yoga Teacher training in Empowerment Project that focuses on the exploration of living yoga and its practices. She is also a Manitoba Fitness Council certified group, yoga fitness, Pilates and Active Older Adult fitness instructor.

 

"I truly feel drawn to the variety of qualities Yoga has to offer its students; from the physical aspects of challenging poses to the mental and emotional space abundantly created each time we step on or off the mat. Personally, Yoga has taught me how to get better at living. It's a perfect opportunity for anyone no matter the conditions to be curious about who they are as we deliberately stop and become present."

Ruth Reis

Ruth Reis has over 30 years of teaching experience in the wellness industry, specializing in Yoga, Group Fitness, and Adult Classes.  Certified by Manitoba Fitness Council, she has taught various classes for public and private industry throughout the province and has her own yoga studio in the St James area of Winnipeg. Along with fitness, Ruth received her 3rd Dan in Taekwondo through the World Taekwondo Federation.   Ruth is a dedicated life long health & fitness advocate, learner, and professional.

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Doreen Wuckert

Doreen is a certified yoga teacher.  She has been practicing yoga for over 30 years.  Her studies and courses are based on Iyengar style yoga.  Besides Iyengar she teaches Vinyasa Flow, Hatha, Chair Yoga and Restorative.  She has yoga certificates from Yoga Studios, Toronto, Manitoba Fitness Council and has taken some instructor training at the Yoga Center in Winnipeg.  Her practice begins and ends with relaxation and meditation.  She continues to take yoga courses and workshops to deepen her knowledge of not only the poses and philosophy of yoga, but also to know the muscles, ligaments and the tendons in order to prevent injury.

Besides her home practice Doreen teaches at Cindy Klassen, St. James Centennial, Deer Lodge Community Centre, Creative Retirement, Accueil Francophone, Charleswood Active Living Centre, Fédération des aînées franco-Manitobains.

Doreen continues to teach yoga because yoga is a healing practice for others and for herself. She enjoys seeing people leave her classes relaxed, calm and content.