Amy spends her days working in community health and is driven to share the physical, mental, and emotional benefits of yoga with her neighbours. Her focus is on creating an open and welcoming environment for students to explore connecting to their body, breath, mind, and heart. Amy practices yoga herself to help maintain mental and emotional balance through breath and movement. She loves to share these tools with her students.
Amy’s approach is gentle, supporting students to build strength and flexibility at their individual pace. She includes periods of dynamic movement, creating space for exploration of the students own body and breath within the class. Teaching for all levels, Amy’s goal is to support students in the exploration of their own unique consciousness, strengthen mind-body connection, and foster self compassion within a loving practice.
Link to Slow Flow and Slow Jams Yoga info!
English will follow
Bonjour, je m’appelle Clara Ducellier. Je suis une élève bilingue en première année au programme de criminologie de l’Université d’Ottawa et j’offre mes services de tutorat pour les élèves de l’élémentaire dans toutes les matières. Mes qualifications seront listées plus bas; veuillez me contacter pour plus d’informations. Merci et au plaisir!
Expérience de tutorat/mentorat:
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Hello, my name is Clara Ducellier. I am a bilingual first year student in criminology at the University of Ottawa and I am offering my tutoring services for elementary students in every subject. My credentials will be listed further down, please do not hesitate to contact me for further information. Thanks!
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
What we do:
If you're interested to join us learn more, please contact us at: email@example.com. We would be happy to tell you more about what we do and answer any questions you might have.
Please apply by June 12. Directors may be elected at the AGM in June or appointed by the Board during its term of office.
We are so excited to have you back! A few new protocols to keep in mind:
We hope you feel safe and comfortable when returning to our programming!
We're very happy to be resuming our Body Blast fitness classes! An hour-long cross training workout using a mix of circuit, strength and endurance training, with the last part of the class devoted to your core muscles. Social distancing will be maintained at all times
Summer Camps 2020
We have decided to run two limited COVID-19 adapted Summer Camps to accommodate families requiring care in our community. This year's camp activities will all take place in the Jack Purcell Community Centre, both indoors and outdoors. Activities will themed around be good ol' fashioned summer fun, with sprinkler activities, crafts, yoga and sports --- all while making sure kids stay healthy and happy! Check out our sample day schedule here! Weather permitting, we have also secured camp-only access to St. Luke's wading pool, to cool off in the summer sun!
We will be running weekly camps from July 6, 2020- August 21, 2020.
Please note that times have changed! We will be starting the intake process at 8:30 a.m. everyday; parents and children are to line up 2 meters apart outside and come in one at a time for our intake assessment each morning. Temperatures and health check-ins will be done each morning.
Intake will only be from 8:30 a.m. until 9:00 a.m. any late arrivals will not be permitted entry to the camp for the day.
Children can then enter the camp which will run from 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. (Hours may be subject to change due to COVID-19 restrictions)
*We will not be allowing parents into the building at any point*
What to Bring?
Items from home will be limited to:
*Label all items you send your child with daily, do not send them with anything else.
The cost will be $260/per week per child. (no discounts of any kind except for families on our subsidy program).
First come first serve, registration is now open online.
Please note that ACTIVE Net, our registration portal does charge service fees. Apologies, we do not have control over these fees.
Ratios and Camps
We will have two camps running in the building for ages 5 -12 and will divide the children based on ages after registration. Each group will include two staff and no more than 8 children and each “bubble” of 10 will not cross paths with any other group.
*Once everyone has registered, we will divide the children, siblings always need to be in the same cohort of 8 children. You will receive an email as to which camp your child will be participating in prior to the start date.
Health and Safety
We will be putting children on waiting lists once camps are full. If the camp is full please email firstname.lastname@example.org and you will be put on the list in a first come first serve manner; you will be contacted if there is a spot.
Please note that due to volume of email, we will not be able answer emails requesting status on the wait list -- we apologize for this.
If your child is exhibiting any signs and symptoms of illness, they will be put into an isolation room and you will be called. Parents must come immediately and pick up their child; if they do not come in a timely manner, we reserve the right to remove the child from camp for the rest of the summer.
Camps are subject to change at any time due to COVID-19 restrictions.
We have decided to move forward with COVID-19 adapted Summer Camps here at JPRA.
This camp will run from July 6- August 21, 2020.
More details including reduced camp hours, pricing, ratios, and registration will be out early next week.
We hope everyone is continuing to stay safe and healthy during this time
Unfortunately, due to COVID-19 we are cancelling all current Summer Camps for 2020. We cannot run camps at the same child to staff ratio, pricing and programming.
We are optimistic that once we receive guidelines from the City of Ottawa, we should be able to run a new Summer Camp Program with strict health and safety guidelines. As soon as we have any information on the new camps, we will email them to you.
If there are any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Sarah at email@example.com. For the most up to date information please follow us on Twitter- with the current reduced staffing e-mail responses may be delayed.
Have you been wondering why you haven't seen the Centretown BUZZ at your door?
Centretown's community newspaper has gone online-only for April and May, in order to protect the health of its volunteers and readers.
But it's still available to read! To make up for it not being printed on paper, it's bigger, with more Centretown-specific stories, and all in colour. You can read and download the paper at centretownbuzz.com .
This issue will tell you about the people helping others in Centretown, the fight for more space for pedestrians on Bank Street, Centretown's new public school trustee, how the City of Ottawa responded to the 1918 Spanish Flu, how and where to get your bike back on the road -- plus recipes to comfort you in these difficult times.
Make sure you don't miss future issues: sign up for the new BUZZ notification-only list at firstname.lastname@example.org.