Family Yoga

with Sara Mercer — Sunday September 22nd and Sunday September 6th

Family Yoga

Fun family times return! Family Yoga is coming back Sunday September 22nd and Sundays October 6th from 10:30-11:30am

Give your family the opportunity to breathe, mindfully move, and play together! Through partner poses, yoga games, songs, and story-telling, we will explore practice through a playful lens to celebrate family and love! No prior yoga experience necessary, open to all ages, just wear some comfy clothes, and bring your family!


This workshop has an unexpected twist

with Nicky Poole — Saturday September 28th


Join Nicky Poole for a 3 hour workshop suitable for all levels. Expect a funky flow class and detailed instruction on how your spine rotates in different relationships to gravity. Explore how you can access greater stability, range and freedom in twisting asana. This class is suitable for all levels of yoga lovers. Warning, this class has an unexpected twist.


Wim Hof Method Fundamentals Workshop

with Dan Coniglio — October 20th 12:00-5:00pm

Wim Hof

Put yourself in the expert hands of Dan Coniglio, a certified WHM Instructor to learn the 3 pillars of the Wim Hof Method: Breathing Technique, Cold Exposure & Commitment. Find out how you can utilize oxygen and cold exposure to optimize body & mind, and learn about the underlying physiology. Whether you are looking to improve mental or physical performance, relieve symptoms related to an illness, or are just curious to find out what the Wim Hof Method is all about— a WHM workshop offers something for everyone.


Nada Nidra

with Jay Andrews — Wednesdays until October 16th

Nada Nidra

Back by popular demand: Jay Andrews will be hosting ’Nada Nidra" each Wednesday until Wednesday October 16th. Try this pop-up series to experience a deeply relaxing meditation practice that blends Nada Yoga (the yoga of sound), rhythm & sound meditation and Yoga Nidra all in one! Free for members. Regular drop-in rate for non-members. Restore, recharge and relax this fall and give Nada Nidra a try. Register online or through the studio app.


This End Up

with Nicky Poole and Jay Andrews — Saturday November 9th


Join handstand lovers Nicky Poole and Jay Andrews for an intelligent approach to building strength and confidence in preparation for handstand. Learn necessary wrist and shoulder strengthening exercises and develop an understanding of the core requirements to make this aspirational yoga pose a posturebility (instead of a dream). Learning handstand requires us to be brave and curious. This workshop is open to all levels of students interested in learning more about hand balancing in a supportive, safe environment. The workshop will include strength and mobility exercises, wall and partner work, and all-levels explorations on the hands in the centre of the room!


Free Talk and Book Signing – Practice and All is Coming

with Matthew Remski — November 23rd


How do we co-create safer yoga and spiritual communities?

Through dogged investigative work, careful listening to survivor stories of assault and abuse, and close analysis of the cultic mechanisms at play in the sphere of Pattabhi Jois’s Ashtanga community, Matthew Remski’s Practice and All Is Coming: Abuse, Cult Dynamics, and Healing in Yoga and Beyond offers a sober view into a collective and intergenerational trauma.


Inverted Equilibrium – OG Handstand Club

with Chris Taylor — Tuesdays 9:15am-10:30am


This multi week course is designed to give take away tools and techniques for the student to work on in their own practice.

In class we will work with partners and alone to improve spacial awareness and endurance upside-down.

We will cover exercises to start, if you have no handstand, or if you are to trying to improve an existing one.


The Art of Slow

with Bryonie Wise and India Amara — November 24th


Life is full and this time of year seems to speed itself up—in fact, right around now, we tend to dizzy ourselves in a blur of busy. For a few hours on a Sunday afternoon, join India and Bryonie for The art of slow, the perfect remedy for a blustery heart.

Remixing a few different rituals or practices—slow, careful movement paired with reflective writing and grounding stillness—you’ll float back into the hum with a recalibrated sense of inner hush.