About Mylène

FOUNDER

Drawing from her mindfulness practice and dedication to ‘the art of living’, Mylène developed Deep Flow in 2006.

Her methodology supports the integrity of the body, mind and breath connection and her innovative approach aims at merging the fields of yoga, meditation, massage and dance to open new possibilities for the client.

While her lifestyle alone is a source of inspiration, Mylène has become a resource for bodyworkers, yoga therapists and counselors who seek to reach their clients on a fundamental level.

Jennifer Kuidbos


Jennifer has been fascinated with how communication systems can create healing since completing her Master’s in International Communications from Royal Roads University in 2008. Since then she has immersed herself in studying and practicing yoga therapy, Tune Up fitness, essential oils, meditation, breathwork and other movement modalities as ways to release tension patterns in the body and mind.

Her teaching style is accessible to all body-minds and is infused with humour and insight. Her main focus is on empowering people to use self-care tools as they navigate change.

Jennifer teaches in Montreal and leads retreats in Mexico, El Salvador and Peru.

Her mantra: Everything is changing, so let’s get curious about how we can enjoy and learn from what’s happening now!

Learn more on Jennifer

Nevah


Teaching the art of slowing down and naturally surrendering to the innate intelligence of the body is Nevah’s passion and life’s work. Her engaging approach is inspired by the intuitive nature of restorative yoga as well as being deeply influenced by her comprehensive studies of meditation, biodynamic living, Craniosacral, Pilates and body rolling.

For us, Nevah introduces fundamental elements of the effects of relaxation for nervous system and overall health. She presents non-intrusive concepts and principles to support and further enhance the bodywork, while developing student’s language and ability to bring clients to surrender from within.

Teaching the art of slowing down and naturally surrendering to the innate intelligence of the body is Nevah’s passion and life’s work. Her engaging approach is inspired by the intuitive nature of restorative yoga as well as being deeply influenced by her comprehensive studies in the areas of Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy, Self-Regulation Practices, Meditation and Hakomi Psychotherapy.

For more on Nevah visit: www.wendyeyton.com

Mylène Bergeron


Trained as a manual therapist, Mylène has been immersed in the field of bodywork since graduating from the New Mexico Academy of Healing Arts, in 1999.

Mylène’s tangible, adaptable and engaged teaching style concentrates foremost on the well-being of practitioners as a means to deepen their ability to hold space, connect and be present for their clients.

She believes that manual therapy increases awareness, sensibility and balance. It is by bringing the client to truly understand those elements from deep within that makes possible long-term beneficial transformation.

Mylène teaches around the world and lives at the beach in El Salvador with her partner and their son.

Her mantra: We live on a planet that spins around in the middle of nowhere so we might as well enjoy the ride!

Contact Mylène: mylene@deepflow.ca

Jhennevièv


Jhennevièv is a transformation catalyst, creator and activator of all things that shake the world awake. Surfer, conscious entrepreneur and wisdom sharer, she uses truth, love and vitality as her allies to elevate people to their potential in every transformational event she leads or tribe she inspires.

She is a culture creator and loves love. She is the founder of NAI’A Project, co-creator at Mindbliss, and the co-founder of many other beautiful initiatives on this planet. Jhennevièv has over 10 years of experience in spreading the wisdom of breathwork, ecstatic dance and sacred movement, sound healing, transpersonal psychology, deep ceremony and merging that into the entrepreneurial world for greater sustainable impact.

She has trained and taught alongside renowned teachers such as Shiva Rea, Dr. Judith Kravitz and Mother Nature and she uses her MBA now and again.

Her favorite office space: the ocean. Her mantra: Love prevails.

For more on Jhennevièv visit: Nai’a Project

Sharon Abbondanza


Vancouver trained as a yoga therapist with fifteen years’ teaching experience and numerous certifications, Sharon is passionate about educating her students through a felt sense of anatomy. As an avenue to cultivate awareness she guides her students with detailed road maps into the body, cuing with clarity and eloquence. Sharon is a nurturing, warm-hearted and down to earth teacher who is sincere in her quest to enrich your life and promote integrative healing through the benefits of movement awareness.

For Deep Flow Sharon translates the enlivening practice of yoga and the reflective aspect of yoga therapeutics into Anatomy of Movement classes, making for a comprehensive, supportive and dynamic learning environment.

Sharon has recently certified in the Amrit Method of Yoga Nidra, a path of awakening through relaxation. Yoga Nidra is a meditation technique based on the biological sleep cycle that restores the body, balances the nervous system and provides access to deep realms of consciousness for healing and integration.

For more on Sharon visit: www.inspiringyoga.com

Marie Salton


Trained as a Spa Therapist at the Vancouver School of Bodywork and Massage (VSBM), Marie continued postgraduate training in Restorative Yoga, Deep Flow, Deep Tissue, Shiatsu, pregnancy massage and Restorative Bodywork.

Marie managed and owned the Sacred Stone Spa for 5 years in Tofino, B.C. where she learned the art of combining bodywork and business. This experience brought her to teach Spa Employment Preparation in the Business Skills department at VSBM, as well as teaching Hot Stone massage with a Deep Flow twist to it.

She is currently practicing at Sense Spa at the Hotel Georgia in Vancouver. Although exposed to a 5-Star environment, Marie considers herself as a “down-to-earth” persona. She appreciates sharing bodywork with clients who are engaged with the process of consciousness and self-growth.

Whether in a classroom, retreat, spa or studio, Marie brings extensive knowledge and skills to the international world of massage. She admits her bodywork style mirrors her outlook on life: there are times for order and practicality, times for working through the tough stuff, and times for settling in and enjoying.

Marie is a Foundation Level Deep Flow teacher and offers these trainings in a variety of settings.

Her mantra: Sprinkle laughter throughout!

For more on Marie visit: www.mariesalton.com

Anne Compagnon


Anne discovered manual therapy through massage in California in the 1980s. It was love at first touch and she decided to make it her trade. As a certified massage therapist in the USA, most often engaging in structural work and Deep Tissue techniques, she practiced and taught there for over 20 years.

While in Vancouver in 2009, Anne met Mylène and discovered Deep Flow. Once again it was instant love! Deep Flow gives coherence to what Anne has learned, practiced and continues to shift towards. This methodology gives her a sense of freedom while offering sound guidelines.

Anne moved back to Europe a few years ago and has been infusing the French massage community with the Deep Flow philosophy ever since. Her teaching style is described as sensitive and respectful while encouraging curiosity and expansion of self.

Her mantra: “Limits exist only in the minds of those who can not dream” ~ Philippe Petit

For more on Anne visit: www.deepfloweurope.com

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