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Core: Anatomy of the inner you.
Core: Anatomy of the inner you.

Core: Anatomy of the inner you.

Your core. What is it really? Your abdominals? Your pelvis? How do your feet connect to your core? Discover the answers for yourself. Become a core explorer at, Core: Anatomy of the inner you, June 25th at Green Room Yoga

Time & Location

Jun 25, 2023, 12:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Vancouver, 2645 E Hastings St, Vancouver, BC V5K 1Z6, Canada

About the event

When I say, “Core” what’s the first thing you think of?

An apple core? The molten core of the Earth? Or a hard bodied man with a chiseled 6 pack on the cover of Men’s Fitness?

If you think like I used to, you read ‘core’ and you think about the abdominals (plus or minus the men’s magazine). Because if you’ve lived long enough (or should I say sat long enough) you’ve probably had your share of low back issues, and chances are when you saw someone for help with that, they told that you to do some ab crunches, aka ‘core work’.

Well what would you say if I told you that the notion of abs = core is false? And that, in truth your abs, likely have very little to do with your with your back pain? And that, with the exception of the mens’ magazine cliche, my current understanding of the core actually includes all of the above – the abs, apple core, earth’s core and more?

Why would I say such blasphemous things?

Through several decades of study, practice and experience as a movement and yoga teacher I've come to see, first hand, that what’s at the ‘core’ of our core is not a muscle, or a group of muscles for that matter – but a relationship.

“Huh?”, you say. “A relationship that includes, abs, apples, the molten core of the earth and more?”



Learn more at: Core:  Anatomy of the inner you, June 25th at Green Room Yoga and find out what's at the core of the matter – for you.

CORE June 25th, 12-3.

In this workshop we will explore:

  1. The anatomy of the myofascial deep front line, aka core line.
  2. Core activating breath techniques.
  3. Ways you can align your core more effectively with the Earth.
  4. Yoga flows and myofascial ball rolling that will activate and release the core – all the way from your feet to your jaw.
  5. Hands on guidance, personalized instruction and body reading
  6. Fun, interactive exercises to wake up your ‘earth to core’ connection in relationship
  7. Contemplative practices to engage with what’s at the core of your core - you.

Price - $75


Delia's capacity to witness and support the boundless elegance within you coming into fuller expression is the gift she brings to both her teaching and her art. Because, while her 30+ years as a dance artist taught her how to take risks and dive deep in pursuit of a vision, you could say her 20+ years as a yoga teacher has taught her how to stay balanced and focussed amidst the ensuing chaos!


"My journey with yoga began 24 years ago but the unique approach I bring to my classes today, actually began long before that. Just like you, I am a fusion of many practices, teachers and influences. Yet, chief among them has been dance – more specifically, contact dance – a form of improvised dance that foregrounds an embodied, moment to moment experience of the natural laws of physics, which I have been practicing and teaching for over 35 years.

But, to give credit where credit is due, it wasn’t until I began studying the work of Thomas Myers and the Anatomy Trains, 14 yrs ago that I finally developed the language I needed to communicate more effectively about, what was, up until then, a more of a felt understanding of physics. From there, I organically gravitated toward study with Yoga teacher, Sadie Nardini, who also teaches within a ‘myofascial perspective’, that reflects what it is it be an evolving being, moving inside a complex web of internal and external forces."


These days, post-pandemic,  she is more inspired to guide awareness through movement, stillness and breath back to the elemental spark of joy – the spirit of play and experimentation that is inside of any mind/body practice. Because she believes when we cultivate an inner posture of curiosity and wonder in all we do, we can become innocent again – with ourselves and the world around us. And  that is how we can develop the insights and capacities we need to thrive inside of our increasingly complex world.”


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