Meet our Crew
"Live and let live"
Founder & Head Teacher
Her lifestyle alone is a source of inspiration!
The core of her approach is anchored in the belief that it is the tools that people walk away with and their direct implication towards their own well-being that makes a Deep Flow treatment, retreat or workshop both effective and transformative.
Click below to meet Mylène, read about her background and view inspirational videos on her approach to life, work, family and surfing!
Jhennevièv is a transformation catalyst, creator and activator of all things that shake the world awake. Her mission is to create more mindful businesses and inspire thriving lifestyles. As a surfer, teacher, entrepreneur and soul whisperer, she uses disruption, embodiment, truth and authenticity as her allies to elevate people to their potential.
With 13+ years of experience as a breathwork and trauma therapist, transformational coach and yoga teacher, Jhenneviev constantly brings new ideas and models to life for continued evolution. Her mindset is geared towards innovation, transformation, connection, and sustainability.
She is the founder of Nai’a Life, co-creator at Mindbliss, and the co-founder of many other beautiful initiatives on this planet. Jhenneviev blends the entrepreneurial with the spiritual, the mystical with the practical, the ancient with the modern, the arts with the science to bridge the gaps between approaches and open people’s perspectives and possibilities within their movement, breath, lifestyle, and creations.
She has trained and taught alongside renowned teachers such as Shiva Rea, Dr. Judith Kravitz, Dr. Peter Levine, Dr. Goiz Duran and has been given transmissions from many Elders. She continues to teach, speak and share globally.
Her favorite office space: the ocean.
Stacey was first introduced to Deep Flow at the Vancouver School of Bodywork and Massage in 2011. Her background in Life Coaching, as well as her fascination with the effects of stress on the nervous system instantly drove Stacey to pursue her Deep Flow journey with the Restorative Bodywork training in 2016. Naturally, Restorative Bodywork became Stacey’s gateway into the Deep Flow Teacher Training program the following year.
Stacey brings clients to understand, feel and experience the body’s capacity to release tension by intentionally bringing attention to areas of concern. Every session is a complete collaboration with the client and changes occur as people develop both mindfulness and body awareness.
Stacey is passionate about helping people understand the proper functioning of their systems and thrives at guiding clients towards a more balanced physical and emotional health, from the inside out.
Witnessing such dynamic transformations gives Stacey great incentive to share her knowledge with fellow wellness practitioners as an integral part of the Deep Flow’s teaching team.
Anne-Julie is an Osteopath with a B.Sc. in Neuropsychology. She is a renowned and worldwide teacher/speaker in Women’s Health and Autoregulation since 2009. Stress and human resiliency is a matter of interest for her.
Also trained in Yoga and Breathwork with Naia Life, Anne-Julie integrates the importance of embodiment, while being passionate about the body’s resourceful ability to adapt to change. She empowers people by guiding them to dive into their true self, so that they may make healthy changes in important spheres of their lives.
Self-awareness, introspection, perception, consciousness, expression, movement, and breathing are multiples ways to get in touch with areas of the body in physical, mental or emotional dissonance.
An educator at heart, her practice combines all of the areas of expertise, and she specializes in approaching the being in its entirety and uniqueness.
Anne-Julie accompanies people to get to the roots of anchored issues while offering the tools to find resolution and develop resilience.
Josée started her path in Kinetic/Swedish massage from Montreal’s Kiné-Concept Institute, in 1996. Two years later, her experiences and her passion for the field enabled her to practice massage therapy on a full-time basis and in 2008, she opens L’Angélique; her very own health center in Abitibi, Qc, which has grown with her ever since.
She believes that beyond the body there is energy, hence her later trainings in reflexology and Reiki, while continuously feeding her knowledge in the realms of Thai yoga, neck-specific release techniques, deep tissue, holistic kinesiology, and biotransformation.
Over the years, she embarked on a search for an even more comprehensive approach. Her path brought her to discover Nai’a’s Integrative Breathwork and Deep Flow; a philosophy which encompasses biomechanics, somatic frequencies, the nervous system, and personal transformation. These two approaches filled her toolbox, and again she was on her way!
Josée is now a certified Breathwork Facilitator and completed her Deep Flow Teacher Training in 2018.
A nature and mountain lover, Josée incorporates the elements in all spheres of her life. She says about success that it is like reaching a summit; it requires perseverance, confidence, and courage to face inner-doubts and anchored fears.
Josée offers an opportunity to awaken to the relationship between body, mind, and breath through the journey of self-discovery.
“Movement is my metaphor, my meditation, my medicine.”
- Gabrielle Roth
M-Soleil is involved in:
- Retreat coordinator
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A Kripalu Yoga teacher since 2005 (E-RYT500), Marie-Soleil started to study Deep Flow with Mylène Bergeron in 2015, while completing her yoga therapy certification with Carina Raisman at Yoga Resource. She continues to be curious about functional and free movement (Axis Syllabus, Movement Research Intensives, 5Rhythms) as well as bodywork.
Her practice is an invitation to discover, explore, and feel the wisdom of the body through the exploration of rhythm, stillness, and movement. She uses Yoga Tune-Up© balls, dynamic and progressive sequences as well as breathwork to guide people towards a felt sense of inner awareness.
Her yoga classes are conducted with both the first-timer and the committed student in mind.
Marie-Soleil is based in beautiful Mont-Tremblant, Qc but travels south to guide retreats with Deep Flow and offer various workshops in Montreal and around the province.
Marie-Joëlle has been working in the field of philanthropy for several years. Having studied communication and marketing, she organizes major benefit events for a non-profit organization in Quebec, Canada.
Marie-Joëlle takes care of our Instagram account: Deep__Flow.
Her mission is to make Deep Flow’s philosophy known around the world and to inspire people to connect with their mind, body, and soul in everyday life.
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.
She created Deep Flow Europe in 2016. Her teaching style is described as sensitive and respectful while encouraging curiosity and expansion of self.
Shasta has been in the Deep Flow community since graduating from the Vancouver School of Bodywork and Massage, in 2010. As a Deep Flow teacher, she draws on her bodywork practice, Middle Eastern Dance, and Body-Mind classes to bring people into the realm of self-discovery and growth.
Shasta approaches the body as a gateway to open new possibilities for the client, whether in the classroom, retreat settings or private session. Her bodywork frees holding patterns and expands the breath yet her main focus is to ensure that the information revealed during the experience transfers to daily life.
Her teachings are passionate and revealing. Her grounded presence carries a soft heart and sparkling burst of laughter!
Shasta maintains a private practice in Hope, BC where she also teaches Dance and Body-Mind classes. She travels where needed to teach Deep Flow workshops and/or retreats.
Trained as a Spa Therapist, 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 VSOHA, 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.
PS: Marie is on maternity leave until 2020.