From January 16 to January 22
7:30 to 10am
As you enter the dining room, you will notice that there are tables for two or for six people. Thanks to the spirit of conviviality that often develops among guests, it is easy to opt for a place at a table for six and share a meal with other guests in a pleasantly informal atmosphere.
8:15 to 9:15am
Dynamic Yoga
Dynamic yoga is rythmic movements to prepare the relaxation of the body and the soul. With classic yoga postures, this method compromises the soul and the body into action and perception.
9:30 to 10:15am
Classical Stretch - Essentrics
ESSENTRICS is a unique program that rapidly changes the shape of your body through a dynamic and fluid combination of strengthening and stretching. This workout develops lean, strong and flexible muscles with immediate changes to your posture. ESSENTRICS is even smarter than that; it goes beyond changing just the look of your body, it also cares about how you feel in your body. With a diverse music playlist accompanying each routine, this equipment free workout leaves you feeling energized, positive and healthy. This workshop is given by Martha Au who was formed by the founder of the technique, Miranda E. White. Miss White is a Canadian based in Montreal. She is one of America’s greatest advocates and educators of healthy aging. She is best known for her PBS fitness show, Classical Stretch, which has been on air since 1999 and is rated the #1 fitness show on the network. Following her career as a professional Ballerina, Miranda developed her own fitness technique and quickly became the flexibility trainer and consultant to professional and Olympic athletes. Miranda’s first book, Aging Backwards, hits shelves in November 2014 and she has three more titles underway that will revolutionize the way we understand fitness.
10:30 to 11:45am
Sretch & Breathe
Cette conférence nous rappelle les bienfaits des étirements et de la respiration, lorsqu’ils sont exécutés dans la pleine conscience. Ces techniques simples de gestion de stress, sont présentées par Kasia Chelkowska, membre de l’équipe de kinésiologie du Spa. Professeure de yoga, praticienne de massage yoga thaïlandais (mobilisation des articulations, étirements doux et pressions), Kasia s’intéresse aux diverses formes de mouvements thérapeutiques. L’objectif de la conférence est de vous stimuler à prioriser votre bien-être à l’aide d’outils simples, toujours à votre portée.
12 to 2pm
Throughout the years, we have at times questioned whether or not to maintain buffet service at all meals. However, our experience, and also our deepest convictions, has shown that only the buffet has the ability to titillate and encourage visitors to discover new foods and a greater assortment of condiments. This formula has also been preferred because it allows each guest to create their own special dish, all in taking into account the activity they wish to do after their meal. At lunchtime, for example, one who is getting ready to receive a treatment will be happy to put together a light meal from the many choices available at the buffet. Conversely so, at the same meal, a visitor having just completed a session of aqua-aerobics and who will be going on a long hike in the afternoon, will be happy to refuel and all the while make more culinary discoveries! It is to preserve this flexibility and variety that the buffet has been maintained at breakfast and during the evening meal, even though table service is offered.
12 to 12:45pm
Coming soon
« Vert » de bienvenue, welcome
At 3PM the day of your arrival, you are invited to our "Vert de bienvenue." This meeting aims to familiarize yourself with the site and give you the information needed to maximize the benefits and enjoyment of your stay at Spa Eastman. It is followed by the tasting of our famous green smoothie, which has also given its name to the tour "Vert de Bienvenue" means green welcome!
4 to 4:45pm
Anti-stress walk
You are out of time? This walk is right for you! Special techniques will help you focus on yourself and enjoy the here and now. It also allows you to take a well deserved break and free yourself from the daily grind.
5 to 6h15pm
Understand the dialogue between body and mind
Résumé : La douleur et les troubles de santé posent la question du dialogue entre le corps et l’ esprit. Déjà la tradition médicale remontant à l’ Hippocrate parle des troubles physiques ( somatiques) d’ origine purement psychique. Le mot somatiser se traduit par le fait d’ imprimer dans les tissus les tensions, les nœuds relatifs au choc émotionnel non-exprimé. Ilona détient un doctorat en sciences physiques de l’école Polytechnique de Wroclaw, en Pologne. La bourse du Conseil de recherches médicales du Canada lui permet d’approfondir ses connaissances en Sciences de Radiations dans le département de médecine nucléaire et radiobiologie du CHUS à Sherbrooke, Au fil de plusieurs années de recherche dans ce département, Ilona demeure intriguée par l’impact de l’alimentation et du stress sur la santé et poursuit donc ses apprentissages. Elle suit alors une formation en médecine chinoise et en médecine ayurvédique. Elle complète sa formation en naturopathie à L’Ecole d’Enseignement Supérieur de Naturopathie du Québec., Elle suit également la formation en Didactique en Sciences de la Santé à l’Université de Montréal pour pouvoir mieux partager ses connaissances. Constatant que le manque de nutriments, avait le potentiel de créer des blocages dans le corps, elle mise sur l’utilisation de l’alimentation (selon la règle des cinq éléments) et des Fleurs du Dr. Bach (pour diminuer l’impact du stress) comme moyens de corriger ces blocages dans les méridiens et améliorer la santé. Cette docteure en physique et naturopathe propose une approche unique de consultation en naturopathie en intégrant un bilan de la santé, de la nutrition et du stress.
Presentation of the menu
Everyday we welcome you to the to the tea room to discover the secrets of our savory meal, including the description of the inspiration dish of the day. A great opportunity to learn more about the basic principles of our tonic cuisine.
6 to 8pm
As you enter the dining room, you will notice that there are tables for two or for six people. Thanks to the spirit of conviviality that often develops among guests, it is easy to opt for a place at a table for six and share a meal with other guests in a pleasantly informal atmosphere.
Yoga of sleep
This workshop is offered in french, however, feel free to join us