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Coral-Lei Jane

Surrey, BC V3Z 0P9, Canada

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Coral-Lei Jane Teaches

  • Flow Yoga
  • Alignment-Oriented Yoga
  • Spiritually-Oriented Yoga
  • Gentle Yoga
  • Specialty Yoga

Languages

English

About Coral-Lei Jane

As the founder of Shiva Cor Academy and has made it her purpose, a fortunate Dharma if you will, in helping others. As a kinesiologist since 2001, and a yoga teacher to many, she helps support you on your journey and create more movement into daily life.  Yoga is...

As the founder of Shiva Cor Academy and has made it her purpose, a fortunate Dharma if you will, in helping others. As a kinesiologist since 2001, and a yoga teacher to many, she helps support you on your journey and create more movement into daily life. 

Yoga is a personal journey that she places in her body every morning, which is called Sadhana. Coral-Lei dives in to help you understand how to get past your old injuries, and scar tissues, and how much movement you create every day with the ability to calm the mind to find that meditation state. You can count on Coral-Lei to be fully present and aware of any modifications that are needed, even if you’re not even aware yourself.

After graduating from UBC in 2000, I maintain good standing with ICBC and carry great testimonies to help people recover from MVA's (car accidents).

With assisting others to find balance in the body, the first order of business is to create a connection. 

Anyone can learn how to heal the body with hard work and determination, however, the hardest thing to do is to practice a consistent daily routine. This is a very difficult ask for any human, and I know personally from my injury, a TBI in 2008, that has inspired me to continue to be a student of life first as I am still humbled to this day when I review how I needed to learn how to walk and talk again. 

In my healing, I found my interest evolve from running to something deeper. In the Yoga traditions, yoga is a mind and body practice with various styles that combine physical postures, breathing techniques, and meditation or relaxation. Yoga is an ancient practice that may have originated in India and it was brought to the West in the 1890s. 

I became a yoga teacher specializing in Yin Yoga with its demands of holding the stretches longer while staying connected to the sensations that keep rising and falling. This mindful practice is important as the intensity builds in the tissue when stretching,  especially when the posture is held for as long as 3 to 5 minutes. 

I created other hybrid yoga classes, including Trigger Point Myofascial Release™ and Yindalini Yoga (a gentle version of kundalini yoga, and) studies have shown that to release a knotted tissue, intensity and time are everything.

Understanding that stretching can be dangerous, there's a learning curve within all manners of healing. As a once lover of high-action sports, (including running, volleyball, and basketball, to name a few) demanding my body to do whatever I asked of it  I learned more compassion for myself first and I now have great empathy for my clients. This humbling experience shifts the way we start to experience life in this painful recovery process.

By releasing pain also means releasing the dialogue of held trauma in the body.  In learning about trigger points back in 2002, and doing bodywork to help my clients find Peace and the ability to keep going, I found that teaching others, including yoga teachers, how to release your trigger points is one thing, however, movement is Key. Chronic injury has a learning curve that requires the need to be gentle, consistent, and daily practice for life. Car accidents and any injury are a gift because now we have to pay attention to the consistency needed with the body constantly shifting and changing. 

Since the pandemic, I also teach  ONLINE Yoga Classes and special labs to guide beginners, as well as passionate students with Shiva Cor Academy.

Mission

My main goal is to empower others and to be Happy and Pain-Free. The Key is Movement. With a simple system, we administer a self-applied trigger point technique followed by a specific long-held stretch with breath work. This is what I believe to be one of the best-known self-care therapies. We are in this together.

First Registered September 2014
Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Provider

Teaching Experience

Current
Current

Surrey/ Shiva Cor Academy

January 2010 - Current
Previous

White Rock/ Nourish Hot Yoga

August 2015 - March 2020
200-1326 Johnston Road
White Rock, BC, Canada
Previous

Vayusha Yoga

May 2016 - March 2020
Previous

Westcoast Hot Yoga

December 2017 - March 2020
Westcoast Hot Yoga, Johnston Road
White Rock, BC, Canada
Previous

24 Avenue, Surrey, BC, Canada/Kin Outdoor Learning

July 2019 - March 2020
18518 24 Avenue
Surrey, BC, Canada
Previous

Surrey, BC/Sandcastle Fitness Club

May 2016 - May 2017
1938 152 Street
Surrey, BC, Canada
Previous

Surrey/Just For You Wellness

May 2011 - January 2016
6195 136 Street
Surrey, BC, Canada
First Registered September 2014
Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Provider YACEP® Profile 

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