Yoga

A practice to maintain your body, mind, and breath. Join our community to be well.

Yoga is for Every Body

There's no room for flexibility, pose, or strength competition in yoga. There's only space for maintaining and improving YOURself. By practicing, your own body will thank you.

Yoga is for Every Body

There's no room for flexibility, pose, or strength competition in yoga. There's only space for maintaining and improving YOURself. By practicing, your own body will thank you.

Class Types

Do you prefer a quiet class with eye pillows and tune-up balls or a top-40 playlist class with challenging flows? There are many different types that speak to seniors, fit marathon runners, and those who seek a peaceful space. Bring your mat, and don't worry about the rest of the equipment; we have you covered!

Class Types

Do you prefer a quiet class with eye pillows and tune-up balls or a top-40 playlist class with challenging flows? There are many different types that speak to seniors, fit marathon runners, and those who seek a peaceful space. Bring your mat, and don't worry about the rest of the equipment; we have you covered!

Benefits of Yoga & Meditation

Yoga and meditation guide you towards awareness of your body, mind, and breathe. They open the doors to reveal beneficial and compassionate decisions to yourself and others. Practicing both, wherever you may be, encourages mindfulness - a mind full of what is here and now.

Benefits of Yoga

Yoga and meditation guide you towards awareness of your body, mind, and breathe. They open the doors to reveal beneficial and compassionate decisions to yourself and others. Practicing both, wherever you may be, encourages mindfulness - a mind full of what is here and now.

FAQ's

Do I need my own equipment?

Yes. Sort of.

You’ll require a yoga mat*, but the rest of the equipment is provided for you. This includes bolsters, cork blocks, straps, blankets, eye-pillows, and tune-up balls. Not every class requires all of this equipment at once. If you’d like to own or gift any of the equipment, we’d be happy to sell you some πŸ™‚

*we do have a few community yoga mats anyone can use – first come first served.

I'm new to yoga, what classes should I take?

All instructors provide easier to more challenging steps of the same pose. You can stay in whichever one that helps your body on that day.

But many people enjoy dipping their toes into gentle classes like: Restorative Touch (60 min.), Yang/Ying (90 min.), Aroma Yin (60 min.), or more challenging classes like: Flow and Let Go (60 min.) or Fresh Flow (60 min.)

Click here to see all of the class type descriptions.

If I'm injured, should I be taking yoga?

Many poses can be altered to fit your needs. However, see your doctor and physiotherapist first to determine what the injury is and how it should be treated.

Are there showers I could use after class?

No, but there is a single public washroom.

“Class Types” photo from: Natalie Surette Photography