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Welcome to Turquoise Compass! We are currently in the process of updating our website. To find the most up to date information on Turquoise Compass and Turquoise Compass Yoga & Wellness, please like & follow our Facebook Page. We also invite you to connect with us on our other social media pages: Instagram,  Twitterand  Pinterest. Continue reading

Turquoise Compass Yoga & Wellness Launching in Halifax, NS

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I am excited to share that I am launching Turquoise Compass Yoga & Wellness at 397 Bedford Hwy, Halifax, NS in a spectacular studio space overlooking the Bedford Basin.

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Turquoise Compass is on Social Media | Join in on the fun, connect with me there, and stay tuned for contests, giveaways, reviews, and lifestyle, yoga, & travel blog posts: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest

Jessica, Turquoise Compass

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Halifax’s Maritime Mala Movement Inspires Clarity, Communication, Connection, and Creativity

 Maritime Mala Movement
AMaritime Mala Movementre you feeling muddled, disconnected, or foggy? That’s exactly how I felt when I first moved to Halifax, Nova Scotia. My husband and I finally had the blessing of moving back to the East Coast, but after living in four cities in less than twelve months it takes a toll on the mind, body, and spirit. Although we finally made it to the city where we wanted to be–our “home”, I felt ungrounded, disillusioned, and a bit lost. After numerous moves, countless flights, and world travels over the last few years, I couldn’t remember what ‘home’ felt or looked like. Although I’m originally from Nova Scotia, I never had the opportunity to live in Halifax. Our arrival was both exciting and overwhelming and with that came many unknowns. I didn’t know where we would live, where I would work, or what my life would look like being settled in one place after nearly 3 years of bouncing around and living out of suitcases. Halifax would be another new beginning and start over–the typical life of a pilot’s wife.

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Moving in Progress! See you on Social Media!

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Many of you may have noticed that I have me M.I.A. If you read my July blog post We’re on the Move Again|Moving with the Tides to Halifax then you know that we’ve left Toronto behind for another adventure–we’re heading back to the east coast and to my home province this time: Nova Scotia. I haven’t lived in Nova Scotia since I graduated high school some 15 years ago and I’m ecstatic to make Nova Scotia my home once again. We are moving to our FOURTH city in less than 12 months and with this new transition, I have been consumed with the move and all that it involves as you would expect, especially when relocating to a new province. Although I am not actively posting here on the blog, I am regularly posting on social media: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest . If you want to stay up to date with what’s going on in my life reach out to me on social media as I would love to hear from you. Continue reading

We’re on the Move Again|Moving with the Tides to Halifax

Peggy's Cove

Peggy’s Cove

Peggy's Cove

Peggy’s Cove

My mother recently shared a saying with me she saw online (even before we heard the news): “Advice from the ocean: be SHORE of yourself, come out of your SHELL, take time to COAST, avoid PIER pressure, SEA life’s beauty, don’t get TIDE down, MAKE WAVES “, and it couldn’t be more true! We are coasting, seeing life’s beauty, and making waves along the way! Looks like we are meant be living back on the OCEAN. Well, as you probably expected, we are on the move again! Surprised? I’m not! I’m moving to my fourth city in under 12 months. The joys of being a pilot wife; everyday is an adventure! We have been transferred to…

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When You Only Have One Night in Halifax

There is so much to see and do when traveling throughout Atlantic Canada. It can beCitadel Hill difficult to see everything in a short amount of time. With the East coast provinces and cities being so close together it becomes easy to see more in a short amount of time, but that means you have less time in each place. Halifax is one of my favorite Maritime cities, not to mention it is in a central location in the heart of Nova Scotia, close to New Brunswick, and close to the gateways for Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland. I visit Halifax as often as I can. I often fly out of Halifax when I travel internationally. Most times I am traveling through Halifax to my next destination. With many of my friends residing in Halifax, I get to experience Halifax differently each time I visit. Every time I visit Halifax I fall more in love with the city. I like it so much I would live there.

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