Yoga in Dufferin Grove Park

with Octopus Garden — Sundays in July & August


Stroll on over to Dufferin Grove Park on Sundays in July and August (weather permitting) to join a rotating roster of our teachers for a FREE, tree-canopied practice from 10:30am to 11:30am. Bring a mat and meet near the Jenna K. Morrison Reflexology Footpath.

Rain days will be announced on our Facebook and Instagram.

July Schedule

  • July   9 – Krista
  • July 16 – Kelly, Lucy, & Sarah
  • July 23 – Lucy, Maddy, & Maura
  • July 30 – Lisa M.
  • August   6 – Sydney
  • August 13 – Kerry, Lucy, & Sarah
  • August 20 – Anne & Maddy
  • August 27 – David


with Nicky Poole and Hans Wolfgramm — Mondays, August 21st & 28th


Kalarippayatu is the ancient martial art form practiced in Southern India. Learn the basics of the Kalarippayatu practice including breathing techniques to increase concentration, the animal postures, jumps and kicks and the graceful flowing vinyasa like movements that enable us to link these forms together. Attendance in both workshops are highly recommended. As is tradition in the Kalari, absolutely everyone is welcome and we all practice together. There are no ‘levels’. But, you can expect to be physically challenged in this workshop as there are LOTS of squats and single leg kicks and it provides a deep cardiovascular workout!


Reiki Restorative

with David Good, Glenda Myles, & Sydney Fletcher — Wednesday, August 23


Come experience a deeply nourishing experience when we combine Restorative Yoga with Reiki. David will guide you through a restorative practice to help you to let go and unwind, supported by props and gentle movements. Glenda and Sydney will be offering their Reiki skills with hands-on treatments. Reiki is an ancient form of universal energetic healing that encourages a state of balance, and self-healing. Combining the two will help to create the ultimate therapeutic experience. You are worth it.


Plug in and Fly:
Understanding and Exploring Optimal Shoulder Alignment

with Jesse Enright — Wednesday, August 30th

Shoulder Workshop

As yoga practitioners, we ask so much of our shoulders! We demand that they remain stable and mobile while also remaining our primary tools of articulation and expression with the outside world. We all know that shoulder issues and injuries are very common among yoga practitioners and our culture overall, but within the authentic practice of yoga, we can find another way.


Yoga Biomechanics & the Science of Stretching

with Jules Mitchell — November 17-19, 2017


Asana meets biomechanics in this 3 day intensive led by Jules Mitchell MS ERYT500.