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Yoga

For the last 13 years I have taught classes in and around Camrose, Alberta. I teach Fall, Winter and Spring sessions and focus on retreats and workshops during the summer months. Each session I teach has a different focus in which I develop classes that increase emotional intelligence and work to identify and shift mental-emotional patterning in the body. Because of the progressive intent of each session my classes require students to commit to pre-registered class times, however, there is opportunity to make up missed classes in other class times during the week.

Blog

My blog is a fleshing out of my dance with life. Its contents are not only inner musings but an offering to anyone interested in the pursuit of meaning and wholeness.   I choose topics from yoga, spirituality and psychology that may of relevance both in my own life and the lives of my readers. I am happy to answer general questions about these topics through my blog, and questions can be sent by message to my email or Facebook inbox. I think of writing as an extension of my yoga practice and answering questions as an extension of my teaching.

Psychotherapy

Along with teaching yoga I am also a Registered Psychologist with the College of Alberta Psychologists. I have worked with a diverse population of people in my therapy practice – from people needing simple advice, to those with chronic or acute mental illness. I also work with people who are interested in increased self-awareness and the development of spirituality. Safety is of utmost importance to me and I employ a wide variety of approaches to psychotherapy depending on the needs of the individual.

Events

Advanced Enneagram Workshop – Nine Domains
Saturday, September 22, 9-4pm and Sunday September 23, 10-2pm
With Pam Moskie and Dale Bially (Winnipeg) $225

Click here for more info.

My Origin Story

The origins of Pam’s offerings started in childhood at the time she was first able to perceive her own and other’s suffering. Perplexed by the meaning of life and why suffering was so rampant she spent her youth contemplating how to respond to it. Finally in her liberal arts undergrad her questioning was cradled in the centuries old traditions of philosophy, psychology and sociology. From there she branched out into various contemplative traditions such as yoga, Jungian psychology, mysticism and many others.

Over the last two decades she has been distilling what she’s learned into what she believes are some of the most helpful approaches to meeting the suffering inherent in human existence that she was alerted to so long ago.