Marie Laferrière

Director, coordinator and teacher.

Fernande Surprising

Passionate about yoga, Fernande has been practicing for over thirty years and teaching for 10 years. She is also a naturotherapy and health practitioner. Fernande is trained in Kripalu yoga and vini-inspired yoga with more than 500 hours of teaching including the ergonomics of postures. Coracoeur, Therapeutic help and yoga

Suzanne Moordhead

In 2006, Suzanne completed her 200-hour training as a Hatha yoga teacher. Since then, she has followed training in Yin yoga, regenerating yoga (or restorative yoga) and yoga Nidra. She has taught at Relais Yoga since its creation in the fall of 2007. Each teacher has her “colors” or her affinities and sources of inspiration. Suzanne's are nature, gentleness and calm, including the silences that feel good. Yoga Nidra, also called meditative sleep yoga, which provides great relaxation for the body and mind, is always offered during Suzanne's classes. Occasionally, she also guides contemplative walks around the Relais Plein Air. The yoga that Suzanne shares is one of discovering well-being and self-compassion.

Carole Ann Bilodeau

Carole Ann discovered yoga in 2008. Her practice helped her deal with the stress she was experiencing both in her personal life and at work. She continued to find herself on her mat for the feeling of physical and mental well-being that Hatha yoga, yoga Nidra and restorative yoga classes brought her. She learned through her practice how to adapt postures to her body using blocks, straps and bolsters. His passion for yoga and his desire to share it with others led him to undertake his teacher training. She completed training in restorative yoga in May 2014 and her 200-hour teacher training in Kripalu Yoga in June 2014. She also followed training in Roundness yoga in 2016 and Yoga for All in 2017. Carole Ann is looking forward to share her passion for yoga that adapts to everyone with you!

Anissa Michaud

Anissa Michaud has been practicing Yoga and meditation for over 12 years. She has been teaching them informally for around 10 years and, formally, for 3 years, following her Hatha Yoga teacher training (200 hours) completed in 2020.

She sees Yoga as a philosophy of life and a holistic energetic practice. A former occupational therapist, she has a solid foundation in health and leads her to consider asanas (postures) from a therapeutic and practical angle on a daily basis. All the same, his scholarly side is balanced by his intuitive and feeling side developed through his practice of dance, music and Reiki.

Anissa offers balanced Hatha yoga classes enriched with energetic exercises from various traditions. She knows how to guide you gently and with humor through the ups and downs of the practice to allow you to remain fully aware of your movements and your inner processes.

Mitsi Cardinal

Always impressed by the anatomy, physiology and healing power of the human body, Mitsi values ​​the holistic approach of yoga. She chooses to follow basic teacher training (200 hrs) in 2022, and obtains certification for teaching therapeutic yoga (+250 hrs) in 2023. Mitsi offers group, private and semi-private classes: all, infused with multiple approaches to therapeutic yoga. It is driven by sharing the benefits of yoga and optimal maintenance of body and mind. Energy treatments, massage and meditation (from various cultures and traditions) are also part of her experience and life journey. Mitsi offers Hatha yoga classes, interspersed with gentle waves. Movement sequences are facilitated with kindness, allowing you to move in full presence with all your senses.