Tanya teaches Therapeutic Yoga, Gentle Yoga, and Ashtanga Yoga.
Meghan is so versatile and really embodies what she teaches. she teaches Gentle Flow Yoga and Yin Yoga.
Rhonda Loggains teaches many styles of Yoga and teaches smooth flow at the studio.
Tanis teaches Balance & Flow Class
Celeste teaches Groove, Dance Class.
Cheryl teaches Sacred Sundays ,Yoga and movement class.
Strength & Alignment (Tanya)
This class is great for building core and also learning correct foundation to Asanas so that you can get deeper.
Gentle flow (Tanya)
This flow class is for all levels. It is fun and creative, helping you to find more flexibility, balance, and space in the body
Yoga Therapy (Tanya)
This class strengthens the joints , increases mobility while working on flexibility and balance. All levels class.
Smooth Flow (Rhonda)
Balancing both sides of the body. Bringing self-awareness to movement while building strength and flexibility.
It is a dance class with your own unique moves and self expression
Men's Only Gentle Yoga (Tanya)
This class is designed to increase flexibility , strength and coordination
Beginners Yoga (Julie)
For all levels and those who have not stepped foot on a Yoga mat. Discover Julie walks you through step by step to new physica,l mental and emotional discoveries.
Yoga Therapy (Tanya)
Keep moving, lubricating those joints, and staying strong. This class is an all over maintainance.
Vinyasa Flow (Tanya)
Here we go, breath, movement and strength creates heat to open and get deeper into asa
Gentle Flow (Tanya)
Moving through all the body with Asanas and gentle movements, awareness of breath stilling the mind into a more peaceful state.
New Class coming soon.
Teaching Avalanche Hockey Team 6:00-7:00pm
Ashtanga Yoga (Tanya)
Primary Series for those who want deeper practice, greater strength and focus.
Pantanji says, "Citta-vritti-nirodhah." Which means that yoga is the removing of the fluctuations of the mind.
What was I searching for? The right to feel comfortable in my body, to feel peace in my mind, and to know my reasoning for life.
Yoga called to me. Slowly repairing my body, calming my thoughts. I have been led down the road of open doors to a larger perception of life. Learning selfless love which lies between desire and fear.
He has studied Yoga since he was 4 years old. His confidence and deep knowledge of Yoga which includes philosophy, chanting and meditation is so inspiring that you want to continuously stay by his side. In Mysore India, I feel so privelaged to have a teacher with his wisdom.
Ashtanga Yoga just ends up sounding like an egoistic physical practice. I want to share the beauty of this practice. By repeating the practice we begin to become aware of the habits of the mind. Where we hold emotions in the body, the sensations in the body, and a deep focus through it all.
In an Ashtanga practice there are 6 levels. Each level carries it's own unique difficulty and daily the feeling and ability of the posture changes. The key components in this practice are the Ujayi Breath (Victorious Breath) and using the Bandhas.
The Ujayi Breath is moving all the way from the pelvic floor to the crown and increasing oxygen in the blood. This breath builds internal heat, enhances self-awareness, and has many meditative qualities.
Using the Bandhas during an Ashtanga practice play both a physical role as well as a spiritual role. Physical Bandhas offer support in the body, protecting the spine and helping with alignment. With awareness of the Bandhas we are then able to manipulate energy flow in our body, link heart to mind and gain greater consciousness.
"For Krishnamacharya and indeed Patanjali, yoga is an integrative practice. Krishnamacharya stressed that asana belongs within a practice that includes pranayama and the meditatiove limbs. The yama and niyama, the moral teaching too can give our lives the balance and discipline to on the other limbs. Just as our asana practice can be a life long project so too are pranamyama and meditation, they take years of practice, perhaps lifetimes and we should perhaps begin working on each limb now, today however humbly, developing proficiency in all." - Simon Borg-Olivier
Feel free to contact us with any questions or inquiries, or to learn more about our class schedules.
201-14A 13 Avenue South, Cranbrook, BC V1C 2V3, CA
Monday – Friday: 9AM–8PM