Each sister brings her own unique talents, blossoming wherever they are planted. 


Katie Kozak

World traveler yogi who specialises in making people smile. 

I fell in love with yoga at the young age of twelve, it was the ideas of wellness that permeated through my being.  It's only recently, after decades of practice, I feel as though I understand what it is to embody these notions.  I owe this experiential knowledge to my teacher Paul Grilley whose dedication to acknowledging the uniqueness of every human skeleton has helped me to embrace the uniqueness of my own, transforming my practice from physical competition to an art of friendship with form. 

Kjelti Anderson 

 Knowing my intrinsic self as a wild being, I am most at ease, most sensually refined, most attuned to my own sacredness, when I am amongst the elements. 

I am a passionate and curious folk herbalist & I’ve been learning from the medicinal plants of the prairies & boreal for close to ten years. Plants have been my greatest and most patient teachers, and I love helping others develop their own connection to local, medicinal plants. 

I believe we all have the capacity to connect with wild medicines and create allies with them to facilitate our health & wellness.

Kristy Janvier

Dancing across Turtle Island inspired by galactical beings and stars. 

After performing overseas for nearly 16 years, I returned to my hometown of Flin Flon. Searching for other forms of movement I came to my yoga practice in 2007 and am inspired by somatic movement, contact improvisation, Gaga, and Expressive Arts Therapy to create beautiful dances.



Grandmother -in- training. . . .this year 
I dedicate to Self-care come join with me

I have come to ask myself what if I decided that in my Crone stage , I devoted myself to helping women honor and care for ourselves and each other with loving kindness and patience.

I have played with what I want and its my WHYD!! I want connection, I want community, I want to find my Spiritual Village. I strongly suspect I have been in training all these years for this very thing.
I have facilitated groups for years, worked with facilitating workshops on Mindfulness, meditation and most recently yoga.

I’ve studied and practised yoga since my late 20’s . I can say with full confidence .... “What you experience and do (or don’t do) on the mat is a direct reflection of how you think about and participate in life.  How you approach your mat, what you explore on it, and how you use what you have learnt there influences the core of who you are”.

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