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Thank You For Your Purchase! 

Below are some steps that will help you understand how our ticketing company and our scheduling app speak to each other. 

Step 1: You must first make a profile on Sched.com if you do not already have one. Click on the link in the right hand corner or just below the logo and before the first sessions.

Step 2: Check what ticket you have. If you have an All Inclusive ticket, A VIP ticket, or a day ticket, YOU MUST purchase Add on’s for the courses with an additional cost through showpass to secure your spot.. For example, "($40) after the title of the session. If you are a VVIP you have access to a few of the workshops (see showpass for details)

Step 3: Scroll through the schedule and hover over any session you are interested in to give you more information.

Remember to purchase your Add On’s- registration for add ons can be found on our showpass page: https://www.showpass.com/banff-yoga-festival-2018/. This purchase will secure your spot in the workshop. 

Step 4: Start selecting your workshop and building your weekend schedule.

Step 5: Below are the following types of sessions and how they are identified:

Type 1: Class/Workshop

Type 2: YogaTalks

Type 3: Add On Classes that are offered to everyone with a charge but included for the VVIP ticket holders.

Type 4: Add On Classes - Must be purchased by any ticket type

Type 5: Mountain Meditation

Type 6: Outdoor Course

Step 6: You will see that if you are logged in, your schedule will be saved.

Step 7: Don’t forget to forward the schedule link email off to the friends you purchased tickets for!

Happy Scheduling!

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Grace Dubery

Grace Dubery Yoga
A true global citizen, Grace was born and raised in Lisbon, and relocated to Canada with her family in 1997. She discovered yoga in 2002 while studying at McGill University in Montreal, and has been teaching in Toronto since 2006.
In 2007, she completed her Political Science and African studies degree in Kenya, and it  was there she first experienced how yoga creates community and provides profound healing in a fragmented world.
While trained and experienced in a number of styles, Grace’s teaching is rooted in a deep personal exploration of the Ashtanga Vinyasa system. Using a non-dogmatic approach, Grace views the teacher as the bridge between the student and the practice, remembering that the ultimate goals of yoga were never meant to be confined to the mat. The physical practices of yoga are a gateway, not an end themselves. An individual’s journey inward must ultimately lead back outward, to engagement with the community. This realization inspired her to deepen her commitment to development projects, both locally and abroad.
Through One Love Toronto and other initiatives and collaborations, Grace has raised close to $50,000 for different community projects. In 2011, she traveled to South Africa with Off the Mat, Into the World ® supporting health and education programs that provide tools and resources for the prevention of HIV/AIDS.
In 2013, Grace became an ambassador for Lolë Women, and was chosen to lead the Lolë White Yoga Tour in Toronto and Paris - an event that brings together thousands of people for uplifting yoga sessions dedicated to peace.
That same year, she returned to Kenya to work with Africa Yoga Project, in the delivery and implementation of their yoga programming in the country.
In 2016, she was the recipient of a Notable Award in the inaugural category of Best Yoga Teacher, in Canada.
Grace relocated to New York City where continues to teach and study at Kula Yoga Project, Yoga Shanti and Sky Ting. Her classes can also be found online at Yoga Today. She organizes retreats worldwide at Heart Soul Retreat.