Pathways Facebook Page:
Join our online community and share your thoughts with yoga friends.

Pathways Back Home in Guysborough:
Musings from the Muise Manor and the life in a small village on the east coast. What makes us tick …how I see things in our little corner of the globe.

Great resource for Parents and Classroom Teachers

Atlantic Yoga Teacher Training:
Atlantic Yoga Teacher Training (AYTT) offers two 200 hour trainings — a Non-Residential Weekend Program and a Residential Intensive Program.

Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health is a nonprofit educational organization dedicated to promoting the art and science of yoga to produce thriving and health in individuals and society.

Yoga Atlantic:
Yoga Atlantic is a non-profit association primarily comprised of yoga teachers.

Yoga Journal:
Yoga Journal is an American based media company that publishes a magazine, a website, DVDs, and puts on conferences all devoted to yoga, food and nutrition, fitness, wellness, and fashion and beauty.

Yoga Kids:
A complete yoga for children program providing yoga poses for kids, yoga in the classroom, kids yoga dvd and much more!

Yoga in My School:
Empowers parents and teachers to access the benefits of yoga by providing a website which collects everything related to yoga for kids and teens.


Frequently Asked Questions

What is Reiki?

Reiki is a simple hands-on healing method developed in Japan in the Nineteenth Century.  The objective is to bring about a state of relaxation and stress reduction for the client that will reestablish spiritual equilibrium and mental wellbeing. Reiki does not take the place of any medical intervention but works in conjunction with conventional means of healing and honors the body’s ability to bring balance and peace to the body, mind and spirit. I am certified at the Master teacher level in the tradition of Usui Shiki Ryoho school of Reiki.

For more information or to schedule a treatment contact me at (902)533-2489 or by email at


Can Yoga help me to SLEEP?

Consider this your wake-up call. Fewer than half of all Americans sleep long enough or well enough, according to the National Sleep Foundation. Luckily, yoga can help. Asana, pranayama, nutrition, and meditation offer a holistic approach to better sleep.

By exploring different yogic channels, you will soon find yourself enjoying a deep and sound sleep.

Some may find relief from something as simple as a warm glass of almond milk, while others require a complete shift in dinner and bed-time habits. Restorative poses, like Viparita Karani (Legs-Up-the-Wall Pose), can help reduce stress and unwind the body for bed, while pranayama practices can soothe the nerves and promote sleep. Another way to tackle insomnia or other sleeping issues is to determine the specific energy imbalance causing your tossing and turning.