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Special Events

Free events – registration recommended via email or phone 604-736-5262

September 10, 2019 Rescheduled!

October 29, 2019


It’s Just Effin’ Yoga

This workshop will bridge the gap and take the guesswork out of yoga.

We will explore many of the different modalities, poses, and styles of yoga. Including: Mindful Meditation, Chair yoga, Pranayama,

Yin, Gentle Hatha, Hatha, Vinyasa, Power Vinyasa, Flow, Restorative, Nidra, Group/Partner yoga.

Yoga doesn’t have to be complicated. It’s just effin’ yoga!

Facilitator: Pixie

About Pixie:

“I have a hard time turning my brain off. Sitting in stillness. Being in my own head. So I reach for the earth, my mat, to literally and figuratively ground me.

Seven years ago I had two strokes and had to retrain my brain to do things that were once so easily done. My first yoga practice was spent in tears (and a lot of swear words). I didn’t really understand what each class meant and what style I would be able to do. I felt helpless. But I kept on trying. I applied for a partial grant through Karma Teachers and received my RYTT200 hour certification…plus a few other trainings.

I still have a hard time turning my brain off, sitting in stillness, and being in my own head. But Yoga has taught me to find comfort in discomfort and that intention is everything. It’s a beautifully sweaty journey with no end in sight because my destination is me. And I’m already here.”

October 30, 2019


Dinner and Documentary – Life Stories: Aging and the Human Spirit – PDF Poster

This video documents a group of senior citizens in Galveston, Texas, who gather twice a month to “re-member” their lives through poems and stories. We come to know and love these ordinary people who become elder guides for us. With honesty and poignancy, they model the art of accepting the past so that life in the present can be free of regret and open to affirmation.

With little or no prior experience, a group of senior citizens form a writing group. An endeavor that proves unexpectedly rewarding.

A surprising journey into the lives of older adults who fearlessly share their experiences that brought meaning to their lives. Sometimes painful, often funny, but always in focus, these life stories give hope that one, regardless of age, can find his or her own voice.

*Space is limited. Register today! or call us at 604-736-5262*

Opening Hours

Drop-in Centre

Monday 9:00am – 5:00pm

Tuesday – Thursday: 12:00pm – 5:00pm

Friday 9:00am – 2:00pm


Nurse Practitioner – Community Clinic

By Appointment or Drop-In

Existing clients, call: 604-736-5262

New clients, call: 604-875-3290


Please note availability is limited during the summer

Check our calendar for more info

Monday 9:30 am – 4:30 pm
Tuesday to Thursday 1:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Friday 9:30 am – 1:30 pm

Medical records must be faxed to 604-875-3009


Counselling (By Appointment)

Wellness Counselling Services

Mondays 12pm-4pm with Caroline

Wednesdays 12pm-2pm with Clayre (Art therapy) starting Sept. 4th



On hold. 

Pilates All Levels (Drop-In) – It’s Back!

Thursdays 12pm – 1pm

Yoga (Drop-In)

Monday / Tuesday / Wednesday / Friday

12pm – 1pm


Healing Touch (by appointment)


10am – 12pm

Please Note: We are a Scent-Free Space

Thank you for your consideration

About Us

We at the Vancouver Women’s Health Collective are a non-profit organization helping self-identified women foster health, wellness and equity through feminist approaches to advocacy, shared knowledge and low-barrier programs and services.

Donations welcome!


We gladly accept summer clothing and footwear donations! Thank you!


Read VWHC’s report on Women’s Health, Wellness, and Equity in Vancouver and the DTES


Through focus groups and interviews with 16 different non-profit, health care, and funding organizations, this report sheds light on the contemporary challenges for feminist-oriented organizations working to achieve health equity for our neighborhoods and community.

Read Now (PDF)