About Founder, Brandon Dawson-Jarvis

Brandon Dawson-Jarvis

Ater struggling with PTSD and depression for over a year, Brandon Dawson-Jarvis was at an all time low. With very few options to resort to, he tried yoga. He was reluctant at first because he did not identify with the practice but he decided to give it a try.

Yoga emerged as a practice that was eye-opening and counteracted his mental health issues. Brandon realized that yoga moves much deeper than our physical bodies and has the ability to transmute a wide variety of issues, including mental health.

Brandon felt the need to share this practice and its benefits with others, and created what he felt was lacking: a space for all. He began leading karma sessions and using the contributions to have an impact in the community, thus Grove Campus was born.

Brandon Dawson-Jarvis in the press

Breaking Barriers and Mending Relations Between Youth and Police Through Yoga

Winner of the 2022 CBC Black Changemakers Award (CBC News)

Overcoming Barriers and Giving Back to the Community - CBC's with Sonali Karnick Interview

A Montrealer is Using His Journey With Yoga to Create a Social Movement Through Physical Movement (Global News)

2021 Iris Unger Recognition Award

CJAD 800 AM The Natasha Hall Show Interview

A Local Montrealer Reveals How Yoga Changed His Life & How It Can Help With Pandemic Blues (MTLBlog)

La Croisée des Chemins (lululemon) in French

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