Choose2be’s 200 hours of Yoga Teacher Training certification is designed to deepen your yoga practice and knowledge. Explore yoga philosophy, anatomy, asana, pranayama, meditation, mantra, and practice teaching in a safe environment with other students. In this program, you will learn to create an asana sequence for students at all levels using props and hands-on assistance. Certification is led by Veronique Rioux, with the participation of guest instructors specialized in specific areas.
The 2022 Yoga Teacher Training is taught over 8 weekends. The first weekend start on Easter long weekend (April 15, 16, 17, 18) with an intensive 4 full days; Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday 8:30am – 5:30pm. Then there will be 7 more weekend, Friday 5-9pm, Saturday and Sunday 8:30am – 5:30pm. The last day of the Yoga Teacher Training will be June 5, 2022.
"Vero is a wonderfully positive, knowledgable, and supportive teacher/instructor. Her energy is infectious and she has an amazing ability to keep every class fresh, fun and upbeat. I have taken various classes with Vero over the years including butts & guts and circus yoga. Currently, I am enrolled in her Yoga Teacher Training program, which has been one of the most influential experiences of my life."
"I did my yoga teacher training with Vero a few years ago when she first started the program. I wanted to provide you with an honest review of my experience. I learned that yoga is something we live and breathe in everything we do. We learned how to consciously focus and to remain in a meditative state despite our environment. We had a small group of women, around 10, so it was very intimate. Vero is so warm and we’re friends to this day and continue to visit each other. I’m also still in contact with all the women who were a part of this group. My favourite part is that Vero brought in a rich abundance of yogi teachers to teach alongside her. She provided an amazing manual and readings that I still refer to today. I did this training for my own healing and practice, as well as to teach children, but I know I’m fully capable and confidant in sharing my teaching services to adults as well. I absolutely, wholeheartedly recommend Vero’s teacher training. I hope this helps guide you. Kind Regards"
Kendra Minty Student Teacher at VIU Owner at Mint Girls Mintgirls.ca
"I did my yoga teacher training with Vero a few years ago when she first started the program. I learned from Vero that yoga does not need to happen in a glamorous place, wearing glamorous clothing, and getting glamorous picture on Instagram. I learned that yoga is something we live and breathe in everything we do. We learned how to consciously focus and to remain in a meditative state despite our environment. We had a small group of women, around 10, so it was very intimate. Vero is so warm and we’re friends to this day and continue to visit each other. I’m also still in contact with all the women who were a part of this group. My favourite part is that Vero brought in a rich abundance of yogi teachers to teach alongside her. She provided an amazing manual and readings that I still refer to today. I did this training for my own healing and practice, as well as to teach children, but I know I’m fully capable and confidant in sharing my teaching services to adults as well. I absolutely, wholeheartedly recommend Vero’s teacher training. I hope this helps guide you."
Kendra Minty Owner at Mint Girls Mintgirls.ca
"Vero is so beautiful in so many ways. The YTT that I took with her this year (2019) exceeded any expectations that I had! Right away she had the 12 of us strangers feeling comfortable and ready for the journey ahead. The 12 of us became very close during the 8 weeks and I know this is due to the space Vero created. Thank you Choose2be!!!"
"Nothing but wonderful things to say about Véronique. I wrote my canfitpro theory exam with her and did my practical component with her two days later! She was super accommodating ( I came over to the island from Vancouver) and made me feel extremely comfortable during the whole process. I would HIGHLY recommend her. From the bottom of my heart, thank you Véronique for helping me make my dreams a reality and a new career now!!!"
"Vero is an amazing instructor and very knowledgeable. She’s inspirational and motivating, very helpful. Would definitely recommend working under her!"
Meet Your Yoga Teacher Training Instructors
“With the help of our local Yoga community, I was able to put together this very unique Yoga Training. I want to equip my students with as much knowledge and experience possible to become their own best yoga teacher. Most of the training I’ve seen have only 1 – 2 main instructors, but even with 16 years of teaching experience, I still don’t know everything! Having so many instructors will help you find your unique voice and embrace your gifts. We’ve had over a dozen teachers come in and share their strengths and wisdom in the training so far. I am so honoured to have been able to inspire such transformation in these peoples’ lives.”
Monday April 18, 2022, 2-5pm
Manifest your deepest desires while assisting others in manifesting their desires. As we sit in a group, we each get a chance to talk about something that we want to manifest in our life. It can be anything!! Examples are: (Physical, emotional or mental healings. Career or occupational advances. Relationship or love miracles. Personal growth or spiritual breakthroughs. Obstacles you are wanting to overcome. Anything at all!) Each person gets a minute or 2 to share their intention. Followed by 3-5 minutes of meditation, where you and the rest of the group visualize your intention. (Be very clear so that we can all paint a bright mental image) Everyone gets an equal turn and time to have space held for them. Setting intention aligns your mind and your heart with your desires. Doing this helps us stay on track with our purpose and keep momentum moving quickly towards our dreams. Doing this in a group intensifies the energy substantially! Miracles happen and dreams come true, fast! I have tonnes of testimonials in my life and from the groups I’ve been in. This stuff works!! I promise!
“Kundalini is the Yoga of Awareness. It is a dynamic, powerful tool that is designed to give you an experience of your soul. In Kundalini Yoga we harness the mental, physical, and nervous energies of the body and put them under the domain of the will, which is the instrument of the soul. This technology precisely and consciously combines breath, mudra, eye-focus, mantra, body locks, and postures to balance the glandular system, strengthen the nervous system, expand lung capacity, and purify the blood. It brings balance to the body, mind, and soul.”- 3ho organization
The practice of yoga asana prepares our body to sit in meditation.
We’ll learn the posture and foundation of sitting meditation.
We’ll explore the four foundations of mindful meditation.
We’ll dive into our three functional minds.
We’ll get inspired by yoga science, human habits, duration and time of meditation and work to create a daily sustainable practice.
About Laura Jesson:
A natural born yogi, from philosophy to physical activity, breath and body, movement and stillness, Laura is always striving for balance in her life and empowering the same in others. After five years of personal practice, she took her first training in Moksha Yoga, followed by PreNatal Yoga with Janice Clarfield, and Yin Yoga with Bernie Clark. One strong source of inspiration and teachings woven throughout continues to be the influence of Michael Stone, who was a Psychotherapist, Yoga, Buddhist and Mindful Meditation teacher, author, activist, mentor and friend.
Laura is currently finding more peace through stillness in Meditation, Relaxation and deepening her practice of Kundalini Yoga. When not on her mat Laura takes all she learns being mom to two beautiful boys, creating more love in life and cycling lots!!
E-RYT 500+, Moksha 500 hours, Prenatal Yoga, Yin Yoga, Trauma Sensitive Training, Mindfulness Meditation Training. BA Degree in Psychology. Post Graduate Diploma in Wellness and Lifestyle Management. Kundalini Yoga Aquarian Teacher Training Level One and Two Lifecycles and Lifestyles — Instructor (Foundations)
Myofascial release, postural alignment and Sanskrit
Friday April 22, 2022, 5-9 pm
In this workshop, we discover the many benefits and uses of bringing a dowel into your practice. The dowel can be used as a tool to assist with postural alignment and myofascial release. We will use the dowel to explore the ancient technique of tapping, as a tool to assist with lengthening and creating space in the body, and even as a way to assist in teaching your students, and yourself, proper alignment when moving through the asanas.
About Tasha Mae Movement is Tasha’s passion and she considers herself a lifelong student. She is curious and interested in discovering the most wholesome way to keep our body healthy and well balanced by practicing just sitting, pranayama, strength training, natural movement, HIIT, and the yoga asanas. Tasha Mae is not only passionate about movement, but also loves to share it with other people. She has currently been teaching yoga and fitness for 6 years. Tasha Mae has over 1200 hours of training and is an 800hour Internationally Certified Vijnana Yoga Teacher as well as a Personal Trainer and Fitness Class Instructor. She has also studied and practiced the Tensegrity Repair Series with Gioia Irwin and Flo Dedame.
Non Violent Communication
Friday April 29, 2022, 6-9pm
Myriam is a certified trainer from the Center For NonViolent Communication (CNVC), based in Nanaimo. Nonviolent Communication (NVC) has been a very important part of her life since she was a child. It is a process of relating to each other and a form of consciousness that has transformed her relationships with her family, her friends and her work colleagues. Myriam has a Master’s degree in communication, a certificate in environmental education and five years of training and sharing NonViolent Communication. She shares her passion for NVC with individuals, schools and organizations around Nanaimo. Her dream is to empower organizations and individuals to build a more compassionate and sustainable world. Myriam has the deep conviction that the way we relate to ourselves and to each other is at the core of the type of violence we observe and perpetuate in the world. She believes that we need to make a deep change in the way we relate to ourselves, to each other and to the planet if we want to survive as a species. And she definitely wants to contribute to this change! To know more about her, please visit: http://www.myriamverzat.com.
Art of Sequencing Saturday May 7, 2022, 8:30am – 5:30pm Art of Assisting Saturday May 28, 2022 8:30am – 5:30pm
This teaching methodology module of the 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training program offered by Choose2be, is being opened up to yoga teachers, teacher trainees and advanced yoga students (with prior approval).
In The ART of SEQUENCING we will explore the following topics:
Reverse Engineering: building a class based on an apex pose
Thematic design: using class inspiration and peak poses to create and guide a class
Anatomical consideration: building a safe, effective, and transformative practice
Notation: creating your short hand
Clear Intention: Determining a “goal” and building towards it
Through lecture, discussion and practice we will explore the fundamentals as well as the creativity needed to design original, class-specific sequences. Participants will be lead through the process of creating a sequence and then experience it in their bodies. Time will be given to experiment with creating short class plans within the group context to allow participants to receive feedback in a safe and supportive environment. The topic of cueing will be introduced and discussed as needed in relation to the topic of class design.
In The ART of ASSISTING we will explore:
Objective and subjective approach to touch
Safety and personal space
Relevance of anatomical knowledge
Critical and compassionate observation
Specific techniques of touching from basic to advanced poses
Cueing and the importance of clear directions as a way to guide and assist students without touch
This full day training explores the much debated topic of hands-on assisting within a yoga practice. This is a hot topic currently in the yoga world, and the recognition is being given to the importance of considering the ethics and implications of touching others. In this training participants will be asked to consider how and when to use touch, if at all, and what it means to have consent from students. We will explore the importance of, and build skills in, our verbal cueing, recognizing that the clearer our words are, the less “interference” may be needed. Within the training, participants will also learn mindful, intentional, and effective hands-on assists to enhance the use of touch in their yoga classes when desired. Throughout this training, participants will begin to discover the depth of this seemingly simple topic. From these layers of awareness, participants will be more equipped and feel more confident, to make decisions on when and how to use touch, as a seamless factor in their instruction, enabling teachers to cultivate a compassionate experience for class participants––physically, emotionally, and mentally.
Nura has been teaching yoga for 19 years around the world. Her primary style of teaching is a flow “vinyasa” style, where she draws from her dance background and extensive and continuous anatomical studies, to create intelligent and effective yoga sequences. Her yoga teaching and practice is also greatly influenced and informed by her practice as a massage therapist. She has been a licensed and practicing massage therapist since 2006, and She has also spent time in Thailand learning Thai yoga massage to add to her growing interesting in the interplay of yoga and touch. Above all, Nura is a life learner and perpetual student. Her own practice as well as her teaching, has evolved and shifted in many ways over the past 2 decades, and she can’t imagine it ever remaining stagnant. There is always more to learn and it is this love of learning, that she is also passionate to share with her students. Life is so full of discoveries and new thoughts and ideas, we can only remain open and curious so that we might benefit from them!
Friday May 13, 2022, 5pm-9pm, Saturday & Sunday May 14 & 15, 2022, 8:30am – 5:30pm
Philosophy, empowered reasoning and the history of the yoga traditions with Daniel Clement Before yoga arose in India, human groups across the planet had evolved the ability to project into the future and think about the past. Societies that could live and work well together thrived and grew, those that could not, did not. Questions about the origins of humankind, the meaning of life and possible afterlife were answered by mythologies, ideologies and religions. The practices of yoga arose in part as an answer to some of these questions, and as a means sharpening the tools of inquiry. Daniel will take us through cultural changes as humans moved from hunting and gathering through the agricultural revolution, to ritual cultures, to the origin of the word Yoga, and the many definitions it has in the modern world. How does the yoga that we practice today reflect the traditions it grew from? Let’s find out.
About Daniel Clement
Like many yoga practitioners and teachers, I had a natural predisposition to yoga practice. The qualities of self-study, a desire for balance and harmony and a somewhat sensitive and introverted personality served me as a musician and songwriter. I found the same qualities could be directed toward understanding and practicing yoga. I became interested in hatha yoga in the mid 1990’s as a way to heal a back injury. After attending classes in Iyengar yoga, I gravitated to Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga. I practiced this rather intense form of yoga regularly for 3 years before attending my first teacher training with David Swenson. In the fall of 2003 I was introduced to postural biomechanics by Anusara Yoga teacher Elissa Gumushel, who was kind enough to teach me regularly at her home. By this time I had acquired a deep set of habits in the body through my Astanga Yoga practice, and also many small injuries and misalignments. I realized that though I had developed some strength, discipline and flexibility, I had a superficial relationship with the poses I was doing. I knew the basic forms, but had not spent enough time in each pose in any one practice to really understand how to use the pose to get into the body. After leading six to eight 200 and 500 hour trainings per year from 2008 – 2013 in Canada and graduating over 500 teachers, I began to ask some hard questions about what I was doing. My work now is to train effective hatha yoga teachers and to explore the more subtle aspects of the healing power of yoga through writing and workshops. To that end I offer 200 and 300 hour trainings and workshops at my home studio on the gulf island of Texada, British Columbia. I also travel regularly to Japan to teach workshops and try to absorb what remains of the grace of Zen and Taoist influence in the rural villages there.
Introduction to Iyengar Yoga. Special Focus: Alignment
Sunday May 22, 2022, 12:30pm – 5:30pm
Iyengar yoga is a practice founded by B.K.S Iyengar who is known as the father of modern yoga. Iyengar yoga offers a thorough teaching methodology that introduces poses, and specific actions within poses progressively such that a student learn and build their understanding of pose work, alignment, and themselves, safely and systemically. Many associate props with this practice. Props are part of the practice but are used in many creative ways not only to support but to enhance learning. Jessica will be sharing elements of Iyengar yoga to give student teachers a taste of this practice and how it might inform the questions they ask when approaching, ‘What am I teaching and why? ‘What do I see in my students and how can I help them improve?’ She is excited to share her passion for this practice with those interested in the subject of yoga.
Jessica first completed a 300 hr TTP through Moksana yoga in Victoria BC and started teaching in 2007. Once introduced to the practice of Iyengar yoga she committed to this lineage and the rigorous path toward certification. Jessica is a certified Iyengar yoga instructor . She has taught yoga at Soulfire Studio in Ladysmith, Bend Over Backwards in Nanaimo and currently teaches with The Hive Collective in Chemainus. Jessica also hasdeveloped an online teaching practice: Your Yoga Library.As a classically trained actor Jessica is passionate in the exploration of both play and discipline in yoga and theatre. Jessicahas worked as a TD Artist in the Schools through the Nanaimo Art Gallery offering programs that align Yoga and Theatre in schools. Most recently she was recipient of an Artstarts grant to a develop multidisciplinary yoga/theatre online mindfulness program for students, grade 4-7: Mindful Practice through Mindful Expression.
Vinyasa flow, Awaken our love warrior spirit
To be confirmed
Mala, Mantra, Méditation.
‘’Like prayer and affirmation, the repetitious use of mantra can have powerful effects on the mind, body, spirit and emotions. In this 2 hour workshop you will learn about Malas and Mantras while you create your own unique Mala necklace to take home and use during Japa Mala meditation practice. Mantras are unique combinations of Sanskrit words and sounds that when chanted repeatedly invoke different energies. All supplies and instruction needed to create a Mala unique to your needs and desires are included. Also included are a list of mantras to use with your Mala. We will practice a Japa Mala meditation at the end of the workshop using your new Mala bead necklace.’’
oga came into my life on a chilly winter morning in Edmonton in 2002. And for this I am eternally grateful. Yoga is more than a daily practice, it’s a lifestyle, one I’ve been evolving into for the past 18 years. It’s a lifelong process of incorporating the many teachings of yoga into daily life and I continue to study and learn every day. Over the years my personal practice has evolved and changed according to my physical, mental and emotional needs. My personal journey through chronic pain has gifted me with a compassion for the suffering of all beings, and brought me new ways to practice yoga. I weave poetry, music, meditation and mantra into my classes to enhance the experience for all my students. Over the past 18 years I have studied with many teachers around the globe. I have received teachings in Hatha Yoga, Ashtanga vinyasa yoga, Yin yoga, Restorative yoga, Prenatal yoga, Yoga Nidra, Meditation, and Nada Yoga. I am also trained in sound therapy, reflexology, and am a trained Conscious Connected breath work facilitator, a Reiki practitioner, kirtan leader and formerly a registered nurse. I am forever humbled by the power of yoga, meditation and mantra, and am grateful to all my teachers and students over the years, from whom I continue to learn and grow.
Are you struggling to lose weight despite maintaining a calorie deficit during the week? If so, your weekend habits may be to blame. Overindulging on the weekends can sabotage your weight loss goals and undo all the hard work you’ve put in throughout the week. In this post, we’ll explore the impact of overindulging on weekends, why a calorie deficit during the week is not enough, and the importance of maintaining a healthy lifestyle most of the time. We’ll also provide tips for developing healthy habits that can help you achieve your weight loss goals.
Understanding the Impact of Overindulging on Weekends
Many people have a tendency to let loose on the weekends, consuming excess calories and indulging in unhealthy foods. While this may seem harmless, it can have a significant impact on your weight loss goals. Overindulging on the weekends can undo the calorie deficit you worked so hard to achieve during the week, leading to weight gain and frustration.
Why a Calorie Deficit During the Week is Not Enough
While a calorie deficit is necessary for weight loss, it’s not the only factor at play. Overindulging on the weekends can erase the calorie deficit you achieved during the week, leading to weight gain over time. Additionally, overindulging on weekends can lead to a cycle of binge eating and guilt, making it difficult to maintain a healthy lifestyle over the long term.
The Importance of Maintaining a Healthy Lifestyle Most of the Time
Maintaining a healthy lifestyle most of the time is essential for long-term weight management and overall health and well-being. Regular exercise and a balanced diet can help you maintain your weight loss and reduce your risk of chronic diseases. Overindulging on the weekends can have the opposite effect, increasing your risk of chronic diseases and leading to poor health outcomes.
Tips for Maintaining a Healthy Lifestyle
If you’re struggling to maintain a healthy lifestyle, here are a few tips to get you started:
Plan your meals and snacks ahead of time to avoid impulse eating and make healthier choices.
Incorporate regular exercise into your routine, aiming for at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise per week.
Practice moderation when it comes to indulging in unhealthy foods, enjoying treats in moderation.
Stay hydrated throughout the day by drinking plenty of water.
Get enough sleep, aiming for at least seven hours of sleep per night.
By incorporating these tips into your lifestyle, you can maintain a healthy lifestyle most of the time, avoid overindulging on the weekends, and achieve your weight loss goals over the long term.
In conclusion, overindulging on the weekends can sabotage your weight loss goals and undo all the hard work you’ve put in during the week. To achieve long-term weight management and overall health and well-being, it’s important to maintain a healthy lifestyle most of the time, incorporating regular exercise, a balanced diet, and moderation when it comes to indulging in unhealthy foods. By making these changes, you can achieve your weight loss goals and maintain a healthy lifestyle for life.
Exercise is one of the best things you can do for your body and mind. Not only can it help you lose weight and tone your body, but it can also boost your mood, reduce stress and anxiety, and improve your overall health. In this post, we’ll explore the many ways exercise can help you feel better by focusing on three key benefits: losing weight, toning your body, and improving your overall health.
Losing Weight with Exercise
One of the most popular reasons people start exercising is to lose weight. And it’s no wonder why – exercise is a great way to burn calories and boost your metabolism. By creating a calorie deficit through exercise and a healthy diet, you can shed unwanted pounds and feel better about your body.
When it comes to weight loss, there are a few things to keep in mind. First, it’s important to set realistic goals and expectations. Losing weight takes time and effort, so be patient and stay committed to your exercise routine. Second, focus on a combination of cardio and strength training exercises. Cardiovascular exercise, such as running or cycling, can burn a lot of calories, while strength training can help build muscle mass and increase your metabolism.
Finally, remember that diet plays a crucial role in weight loss. Exercise alone is not enough – you need to maintain a healthy, balanced diet to see results. Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables, lean protein sources, and whole grains, and avoid processed and sugary foods as much as possible.
Toning Your Body with Exercise
Exercise can also help you tone your body and improve your body composition. By building muscle mass and reducing body fat, you can create a leaner, more toned physique. Toning your body can also improve your overall health by increasing your strength and endurance, and reducing your risk of injury.
To tone your body, focus on strength training exercises that target specific muscle groups. This can include bodyweight exercises like push-ups and squats, or using weights or resistance bands. Aim to strength train at least two to three times per week, and vary your exercises to target different muscle groups.
In addition to strength training, cardiovascular exercise can also help you tone your body. Activities like running, cycling, and swimming can burn calories and improve your overall fitness level, helping you achieve a leaner, more toned physique.
Being Healthy with Exercise
Finally, exercise is one of the best things you can do for your overall health. Regular exercise can reduce your risk of chronic diseases like heart disease, stroke, and diabetes. It can also improve your mental health by reducing stress and anxiety, and boosting your mood.
To be healthy with exercise, aim to get at least 30 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise most days of the week. This can include activities like brisk walking, cycling, or swimming. If you’re short on time, break up your exercise into shorter sessions throughout the day. For example, you could take a 10-minute walk during your lunch break, and another 10-minute walk after dinner.
In addition to aerobic exercise, incorporate strength training and flexibility exercises into your routine. Strength training can help build muscle mass and increase your metabolism, while flexibility exercises can improve your range of motion and reduce your risk of injury.
Exercise is a powerful tool for improving your physical and mental health. By focusing on losing weight, toning your body, and being healthy, you can feel better and enjoy a more active and fulfilling life. Remember, exercise doesn’t have to be complicated or time-consuming – even small amounts of physical activity can make a big difference.
If you’re embarking on a weight loss journey or trying to tone your body, a coach can be an invaluable asset. Whether you’re new to fitness or have been working out for years, a coach can provide the support, guidance, and accountability you need to achieve your goals. In this post, we’ll explore why a coach is important on your weight loss journey and how a coach can help you achieve your desired body tone. We’ll also discuss the benefits of working with a coach in Vancouver Island and Nanaimo.
Support and motivation
One of the most important reasons to work with a coach on your weight loss journey is for the support and motivation they provide. Losing weight and toning your body can be challenging, and it’s easy to get discouraged along the way. A coach can provide the encouragement and support you need to stay on track and keep moving forward. They can help you set achievable goals, develop a personalized workout plan, and provide feedback and guidance throughout the process. A coach can also help you celebrate your progress and keep you motivated to reach your next milestone.
Another benefit of working with a coach is the accountability they provide. When you work with a coach, you have someone to answer to and keep you accountable for your progress. This can be especially helpful if you tend to procrastinate or make excuses for why you’re not sticking to your workout routine or healthy eating plan. Knowing that you have to report back to your coach can help keep you on track and motivated to make progress.
Expert guidance and knowledge
A coach can also provide expert guidance and knowledge about exercise and nutrition. They can help you develop a workout plan that’s tailored to your specific needs and goals, and they can provide advice on the best exercises and techniques to help you achieve your desired body tone. They can also provide guidance on nutrition and help you develop a healthy eating plan that will support your weight loss goals. With their knowledge and expertise, a coach can help you avoid common mistakes and make progress more quickly and efficiently.
Another benefit of working with a coach is the personalized attention you receive. A coach can develop a workout plan and nutrition plan that’s tailored to your specific needs and goals. They can also provide feedback and adjust your plan as needed based on your progress. With a personalized approach, you’re more likely to achieve your desired body tone and see results more quickly.
Working with a coach can also help ensure your safety while you’re working out. A coach can teach you proper form and technique for exercises, which can help prevent injuries. They can also provide modifications or alternative exercises if you have any physical limitations or injuries. With a coach’s guidance, you can feel confident that you’re working out safely and effectively.
In summary, working with a coach can be extremely beneficial for weight loss and body toning. A coach can provide the support, motivation, and accountability you need to stay on track and make progress. They can also provide expert guidance, personalization, and ensure your safety while you’re working out. If you’re looking to lose weight or tone your body, consider working with a coach in Vancouver Island or Nanaimo to help you achieve your goals.
If you’re interested in working with a coach for weight loss or body toning, there are many options available in Vancouver Island and Nanaimo. Look for a coach with experience and credentials in fitness and nutrition, and be sure to discuss your goals and any health concerns or limitations you may have. With the right coach by your side, you can achieve your desired body tone and improve your overall health and well-being.