HOT YOGA WORKSHOP in ASL
ARE YOU CURIOUS:
Physical and Mental benefits of practising yoga?
Trying out a yoga class?
WHEN: Saturday May 12
TIME: 1:00 – 3:00pm.
WHO: Claudia Dagnino is a Registered Clinical Counsellor and a Certified Yoga Instructor; she also has experience working with the Deaf community. In this workshop she will review the mental and physical benefits of practicing Yoga, Santosha‘s Yoga sequence and body alignment.?Cost: $10.00 CASH only?. For more information, please check out: facebook.com/yogaforthesoulcounselling
Santosha hot yoga series give opportunities to learn then start going as regulars. For more information, see website:
ASL INTERPRETER: Ava Hawkins
INSTRUCTIONS: Eat a light lunch, bring a bottle of water and a towel
WHERE/LOCATION: 428 Columbia St, New Westminster, BC, V3L 1B1 (Across the street from the Columbia Skytrain station – free parking 2nd floor of parkadeoff 6th Street – park in the “Hot Yoga New West” parking spots)
** SPACE LIMITED ~ CONTACT TO REGISTER BEFORE MAY 6, 2018 **
printable PDF:Deaf Community HOT YOGA 2018 – FINAL (1)
We would like to invite you to our biannual ASL gathering event which is taking place in The Atrium. The purpose of this event is to give our UVic ASL students an opportunity to mingle with Deaf people and experience Deaf culture, giving them a chance to have hands-on ASL practice.
The whereabouts information is below. Hope to see you there!
Where: The Atrium (Habit Coffee)
808 Yates St (and Blanshard St)
When: Sunday, April 8 at 11 am – 1 pm
Dear members of our Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Interpreting and Medical Services Community on Vancouver Island,
I am Tim Mallach, Head of Interpreting, for the Western Institute for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (WIDHH). Our Agency is the provider of Medical Interpreting Services (MIS) for BC. For the past several years, services for MIS on the Island has been subcontracted to the Island Deaf and Hard of Hearing Centre (IDHHC) in Victoria. Thank you to IDHHC for their services to the MIS program. We are now planning to transition the services from IDHHC back to WIDHH. This will help to create consistency in services across the entire province.
In about a month’s time, WIDHH will manage MIS for all of BC, including the Island. For now, please continue to contact IDHHC for Medical Interpreting Services. I will let you know when the transition is finished and the date when you can contact WIDHH for MIS on the Island. We appreciate your patience during this time. Our goal is to continue to improve the MIS program for the province. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions. I can be reached via email firstname.lastname@example.org or by 905.299.2696.
Head of Interpreting
We will be opening our doors to our Broadway campus for an afternoon of free presentations, demonstrations, and entertainment. Staff and faculty will be available to answer questions about our 120+ programs, as well as services offered on campus.
Tour VCC’s Broadway campus, and our transportation trades, nursing, music, and culinary areas.
The event is free and open to the public.
Prizes and perks
No application fee
Attend Experience VCC and we will waive your application fee! (limit one per person)
Chance to win $500 tuition
Attendees will have the opportunity to win $500 towards tuition