Wild Daisy Yoga is pleased to bring these special workshops and series to Oliver, BC!

Chanting Workshop With Dana and Ken, September 26th, 1:30-4pm

Come experience how the ancient practice of chanting can bring ease to your mind, peace to your soul, and grace to your heart. Not to mention have fun!

In this 2.5-hour workshop, we will explore the power of our voices to create vibrations of peace, compassion, and love. No experience is necessary, and a singing voice is definitely NOT required. Each of us has a unique and beautiful sound and this practice helps us to own our voices and use them to create good in this world.

So please come. The world needs your voice.

Investment: $40

Click Here to register for the Chanting Workshop with Dana and Ken

Kirtan With Dana And Ken, October 16th, 2021, 4pm-5pm

Wild Daisy Yoga is incredibly excited to host monthly Kirtan gatherings with Dana and Ken. If you have never heard of Kirtan, it is is a meditational and devotional chanting experience. Traditionally, a Kirtan leader will sing through the chant, or a line in the chant, and then the participants/audience will sing the chant back to the leader. It is a truly beautiful experience and anyone can join! And no, you do NOT need to be a gifted singer, all voices are encouraged and welcomed!


Our kirtans are a time of chanting, poetry readings, and sharing the light in the form of "arti - a ceremony of lights" by a community of like-minded people. Most of the chants are in an ancient language, Sanskrit. The intention of Sanskrit mantra chanting (kirtan) is to merge the chant leaders and participants, firstly chanting or singing together, which then becomes silence. From a linguistic perspective, Sanskrit is the mother tongue of many modern languages. The mantras are primarily recitations of names given to the divine in the Hindi tradition. But perhaps the true understanding of the mantras can be found in the sense of unity, well-being, and timelessness that they elicit. The mantras quiet the mind, and the music frees the heart.


The Kirtan gatherings will all be by donation, with ALL of the proceeds going to South Okanagan Yoga Academy (SOYA)'s scholarship fund to help bring yoga to marginalized communities. You may choose your amount to donate online when you register or bring cash to the event.

Click here to register for Kirtan

Pain Care Science Education Workshop with Dana, October 24th, 1:30-4pm

Do you or someone you love live with persistent pain? Are you curious about the science of pain and how we can influence our lived experience of pain? In this workshop, we will discuss the current understanding of pain science and how we can influence our experience of pain, but more than that, how we can live and move with greater ease and wellbeing.

Dana, a retired physical therapist, is a student of Neil Pearson. She has certified in Advanced Pain Care Yoga and has completed the 360-hour mentorship program with Neil. She is also a Pain Care Aware Trainer, teaching yoga teachers how to create safe and empowering classes for all. After all, we all experience pain at some point in our lives.

Please note, although held in a yoga studio, this workshop is not a yoga class and is open for anyone living with persistent pain as well as professionals working in the medical industry.

Investment: $25

Click here to register for the Pain Care Science Education Workshop.

Kirtan With Dana And Ken, November 20th, 2021, 4-5pm

Wild Daisy Yoga is incredibly excited to host monthly Kirtan gatherings with Dana and Ken. If you have never heard of Kirtan, it is is a meditational and devotional chanting experience. Traditionally, a Kirtan leader will sing through the chant, or a line in the chant, and then the participants/audience will sing the chant back to the leader. It is a truly beautiful experience and anyone can join! And no, you do NOT need to be a gifted singer, all voices are encouraged and welcomed!


Our kirtans are a time of chanting, poetry readings, and sharing the light in the form of "arti - a ceremony of lights" by a community of like-minded people. Most of the chants are in an ancient language, Sanskrit. The intention of Sanskrit mantra chanting (kirtan) is to merge the chant leaders and participants, firstly chanting or singing together, which then becomes silence. From a linguistic perspective, Sanskrit is the mother tongue of many modern languages. The mantras are primarily recitations of names given to the divine in the Hindi tradition. But perhaps the true understanding of the mantras can be found in the sense of unity, well-being, and timelessness that they elicit. The mantras quiet the mind, and the music frees the heart.


The Kirtan gatherings will all be by donation, with ALL of the proceeds going to South Okanagan Yoga Academy (SOYA)'s scholarship fund to help bring yoga to marginalized communities. You may choose your amount to donate online when you register or bring cash to the event.

Click here to register for Kirtan

Kirtan With Dana And Ken, December 18th, 2021, 4-5pm

Wild Daisy Yoga is incredibly excited to host monthly Kirtan gatherings with Dana and Ken. If you have never heard of Kirtan, it is is a meditational and devotional chanting experience. Traditionally, a Kirtan leader will sing through the chant, or a line in the chant, and then the participants/audience will sing the chant back to the leader. It is a truly beautiful experience and anyone can join! And no, you do NOT need to be a gifted singer, all voices are encouraged and welcomed!


Our kirtans are a time of chanting, poetry readings, and sharing the light in the form of "arti - a ceremony of lights" by a community of like-minded people. Most of the chants are in an ancient language, Sanskrit. The intention of Sanskrit mantra chanting (kirtan) is to merge the chant leaders and participants, firstly chanting or singing together, which then becomes silence. From a linguistic perspective, Sanskrit is the mother tongue of many modern languages. The mantras are primarily recitations of names given to the divine in the Hindi tradition. But perhaps the true understanding of the mantras can be found in the sense of unity, well-being, and timelessness that they elicit. The mantras quiet the mind, and the music frees the heart.


The Kirtan gatherings will all be by donation, with ALL of the proceeds going to South Okanagan Yoga Academy (SOYA)'s scholarship fund to help bring yoga to marginalized communities. You may choose your amount to donate online when you register or bring cash to the event.

Click here to register for Kirtan