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Kristen Beaulieu Yoga
As a Yoga Alliance certified teacher with over 800 hours of training experience, I embrace the traditions and Indian roots of Yoga along with the innovative progress the western culture has brought to the practice. I aim to be inclusive of all experience levels and abilities as each soul has its own wisdom to realize with this amazing practices. I teach to encourage students of all ages and abilities to dive heart-first into their own personal journey.
Keep tuned into my Yoga offerings and adventures through my website:

Align with Light

A monthly devotional Yoga Nidra practice
April 10, 2015
7:00 – 9:00pm
Journey Yoga
The light of the Self is radiant. When you come into the experience of this light you align with your highest expression. The ritual of basking in your own light cultivates a potential effortlessness to living this light.
Endow your Yoga experience with the expanded light of a devotional Yoga Nidra practice. In this 2-hour unique monthly offering, Kristen Beaulieu will guide you skilfully into the rich budding space of a steady meditative state. While in this state you can explore and cultivate your subtle mind and imbue your personal intentions (sankalpa) with alignment to your radiant spirit.
Come and spend time with your radiant Self.

Seniors Yoga, Yoga Teacher Training


Aug. 15-21, 2015


Bodhitree Yoga Centre

Seniors Yoga - 55-hour Yoga Teacher Training is intended for practicing Yoga teachers who have a passion and desire to work with Senior students. Bring more value and personalization to your multi-level classes for your older students and those with mobility and health issues. Step into a Seniors Yoga class with confidence and a greater understanding of this beautiful student population.
Early bird rate (until April 30, 2015): $550 + GST

Regular Rate (after April 30, 2015): $650 + GST

Register with Bodhi Tree Yoga Centre today to hold your spot!

In Community

Melinda Leal, the founder of Be Light Be Sound, is an energy healer, sound therapist and life counselor.

People who work with Melinda come to recognize our universal connection to larger consciousness. From this connection comes the strength and vision to change one’s life.
Experience the magic of Crystal Singing Bowls with Melinda at the Bodhi Tree. Quartz crystal singing bowls enhances and expands the effects of any intention whether it be for holistic or allopathic healing or a meditation. We hope to share and explore this unique and expansive experience with you.
Friday, May 22, 2015

Bodhi Tree Yoga Centre,

Time: 8:00 – 10:00 p.m.

Pre-register online at Bodhi Tree Yoga Centre
April is my favourite month and not just because I get to celebrate my birthday. April feels like such a  great time to embrace the joys of life, new beginnings, fresh experiences, budding relationships.  I have crafted a newsletter this month full os tastey treats, unique Yoga Nidra offering and more. Happy Springtime!
Much love and gratitude,


The Moment

Have you ever ended something before you knew what was to come next? Maybe you quit your job before you had another one or ended a relationship, or a project, with no idea if, or when, something else would come along. It can feel like standing on the edge of a cliff... << read more of this month's blog post.

Recipe of the Month


SoBo Biscuits

Tofino is where my heart and my feet come home. I first visited this magical part of the world when I was a child. Many years later I rediscovered its magic. With its cleansing ocean waves, expansive landscape, and kind and hearty people, Tofino is fast becoming famous for its food. Leading the pack of amazing restaurants on the west coast is Sobo. Their skilled and jovial chef, Lisa Ahier has recently published a cookbook based on the modern restaurant's ocean-inspired fare. 

Of the many tasty recipes in this book, the biscuit recipe is by far my favourite. I make this almost weekly as a staple for family dinners and potlucks.
In less than 30 minutes (cooking time included) you will have buttery mouth-watering biscuits. Try them out for your next brunch or gathering and let me know what you think.

2 cups flour, plus extra for dusting the work surface
1 Tbsp plus 1 tsp baking powder
1 Tbsp sugar
1 tsp salt
1/2 tsp cream of tartar
1/2 cup very cold butter, cubed
3/4 cup milk

Preheat the oven to 400F. Lightly grease a baking sheet or line with parchment paper.

In a large bowl, sift together the flour, baking powder, sugar, salt and cream of tartar. Combine the butter into the dry ingredients by using two forks or a pastry cutter. Work quickly to blend the butter before it starts to soften and melt. The consistency you are looking for is like wet sand, with very small pea-like pieces.

Slowly add the milk, stirring with a wooden spoon to soften the dough. The dough will be slightly sticky. Turn it onto a lightly-floured surface and knead 11 - 12 times. The dough will get nice and soft, but don't over-knead or it will become tough.

Roll out the dough into a rectangle about 1 inch thick and cut it into eight pieces. I like to cut my biscuits into squares so I use all the dough. If a round shape is more to your liking, use a Mason jar top or a cookie cutter. You'll need to re-roll the dough in order to use it all if you go for a round shape.

Place the biscuits on the prepared baking sheet about 1 inch away from each other and bake for 10 to 15 minutes (I have found 12 minutes is perfect, but test for yourself) or until golden brown.

Best when eaten straight out of the oven with a little Devon cream and jam.
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