Educational Resources for Disability Pride Month

For those who may not know, July is Disability Pride Month! This means that the month of July is a time for people with disabilities to show their pride, celebrate themselves and this incredibly diverse community. It is also a great time for able-bodied people to become allies, become aware of any negative bias they […]

The Bystander Effect: Recognizing When to Help

The Bystander Effect is a theory in social psychology that states people are less likely to help someone in need of aid when there are multiple people present. Why is that? How can you as a bystander snap out of this effect to make sure people receive help? In this article, I explain the factors […]

Soma Awakening Breathwork Journey

Go deeper with SOMA Awakening Breathwork Journey! Help set your intentions with this 2 hour extended breathwork journey! This experience helps release old habitual patterns that are holding you back from manifesting your highest potential! When: Friday, July 9Where: Online! Register through here.Kyle is giving our community 33% off with ‘here2help11’ at checkout What does […]

Yoga Workshop with Music Therapist-in-training, Navin Sahjpaul

Join us on Sunday, June 27th at 10:30am PST for a yoga workshop with soon-to-be Music Therapist, Navin Sahjpaul. Please arrive a few minutes early for a start right at 10:30am. Follow this link to join the session. Navin My name is Navin Sahjpaul. I am a Musician (Gohj-ji), Music Therapist in training, Yoga Teacher, and Writer (Mental […]

Why You Should Donate Old Books to Libraries

Have you done any spring cleaning lately and discovered a bunch of dusty books on your shelves that you don’t want anymore? If so and you’re not quite sure what to do with them, consider donating them to your local library! This may be a little tricky with the pandemic still ongoing, but you should […]

Coming Together to Keep Communities Safe

Community Safewalk

In March of this year a woman walking in downtown Vancouver was being followed by a stranger. She felt scared and sought help from a group of people at a skatepark. In the same month another woman hiking on a Burnaby trail was followed, until she seeked refuge with a stranger. In April a woman […]

Yoga Workshop with Music Therapist-in training, Navin Sahjpaul

Join us on Sunday, June 27th at 10:30am PST for a yoga workshop with soon-to-be Music Therapist, Navin Sahjpaul. Please arrive a few minutes early for a start right at 10:30am.Follow this link to join the session. Navin My name is Navin Sahjpaul. I am a Musician (Gohj-ji), Music Therapist in training, Yoga Teacher, and […]

Supporting Indigenous Communities: Educational Resources for Non-Indigenous Allies

June is Indigenous History Month in Canada, and part of supporting Indigenous communities is self-education. But sometimes, figuring out where to start can be quite overwhelming. Well, fear not! I’ve put together a small list of different educational resources so you can continue (or start!) being a supportive ally.  Books A Recognition of Being: Reconstructing […]

H2H: Empowering Communities

H2H: Empowering Communities ‘No one seeking help should be left stranded, and every volunteer gets a direction to connect.’ Often, we witness or hear about scenarios where a neighbour going through depression yearns for someone to talk to. Or a teenager needs a ride for soccer practice, but mom is stuck at work. Or a […]

Three Simple Ways to Beautify Your Community

What better way to contribute to the beautification of your community than by taking part in a community cleanup, volunteering at a community garden, or plogging with a friend. What is Plogging You Ask? Plogging is a combination of jogging and picking up litter as you go. The term was created in Sweden combining the […]