What People Are Saying

image description The most caring, open and accepting environment for a newbie I've ever experienced. You step off the busy street, up the stairs and into this amazing secret Yoga enclave. The staff go above and beyond to make sure you have a wonderful class, their hot Moksha class is amazing. Cannot say enough how welcome they make you feel and how outstanding the teaching is!!! Can't wait to go again! Jennie Wright

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  • Moksha

    The Moksha Yoga series is a dynamic system of postures and breathing exercises specifically designed to be practiced in the heat. Moksha classes are intended to open, strengthen and detoxify the entire body.

  • Silent Moksha

    A standard Moksha class led silently by the teacher’s practice. The “Moksha” sequence is a Hatha yoga practice to help you move, open and breathe. Something a little different each time, but also something similar to help you move to your fullest potential. Suitable for all levels.

  • Moksha Flow

    In this class, the Moksha Flow sequence is linked together with vinyasa flows. Emphasis will be on the synergy between breath and movement to help you deepen your practice. This class is always moving, and is set at a quicker pace than a Moksha class. All levels welcome, though beginners are encouraged to feel comfortable with the standard Moksha series first.

  • Moksha Karma

    Karma Moksha is a standard hot Moksha class that is offered by donation (suggested minimum $7.00 – all proceeds go to charity).

  • Moksha Level 2

    The regular Moksha (also called Modo Internationally) series acts as a frame for the class, and more advanced postures and sequences give the class a challenging and dynamic flavour. (Some yoga and meditation experience recommended, but definitely not necessary, to get the most out of this class. Beginners are encouraged to feel comfortable with a standard Moksha practice first.)

  • Yin

    Yin Yoga is both a gentle and challenging yoga practice. Poses are held for 3-5 minutes, stretching deep muscle tissue and fascia. All poses are seated or reclined. The slower nature of this practice is often described as a “moving meditation”. A great compliment to your regular practice.

  • Jock Yoga

    Jock Yoga is a contemporary alternative to a more traditional flow yoga class. Without requiring extreme flexibility, Jock Yoga is targeted toward the needs and strengths of the athletic individual and will help you build strength and endurance in your yoga practice and other physical activities.

  • Hatha (1-2, Hatha 2, Hatha Flow)

    A yoga practice designed to promote balance, flexibility, strength and connection to breath. Suitable for the beginner and intermediate student who prefer a slower paced class, focusing on form and alignment of postures.

  • Vinyasa (1, 2, 3)

    A high energy yoga class that feels like a dance – linking movement with breath – often branching out into creative sequencing of postures. This class is offered heated and non-heated and at varying levels – check the schedule!

  • Pilates

    Mat Pilates incorporating fluid motion with strong emphasis on development of core strength.

  • Senior’s Yoga

    Classes are accessible and community-based, with teachers specifically trained in Therapeutic Yoga techniques.

  • Restorative

    Restorative yoga is a gentle practice for stress relief, anxiety and depression. It is the centering of your breath and body – aligning the physical and mental by practicing stillness or gentle movement for extended periods of time.