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Join us for an amazing workshop lead by Lisa Jane White with Darren Austin Hall. What to expect? An evening of divine pause, deep relaxation, chakra healing, energy work, and chanting. Space is limited reserve your spot today. $40, members receive 15% off
Great for those in all trimesters, please however consult your doctor. Proper breathing techniques, vocal toning, relaxation techniques and a basic slow and gentle approach to yoga will be taught. Modifications will be provided to cater to your needs. Join Us every Sunday from 10am-11:15am Drop ins are $20 Or Buy a 5 Class Prenatal […]
Winter: A Kapha Season with Strong Vata Undertones In this workshop we will learn the foundation of this 5000 year old wisdome called Ayurveda (the science sister of yoga), we will learn how to counter balance the qualities that naturally affect us with the change of the seasons, stress and diet and lifestyle. Winter is […]
Acroyoga is a fusion of partner acrobatics and yoga. It is a wonderful way to expand movement beyond the parameters of your body and yoga mat and engage mindfully with others, cultivating joy, trust, and communication. We recommend that you have been practicing yoga for at least 3 months. No partners needed.
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We collaborate with Canadians from all walks of life, including government and business, to conserve our environment and find solutions that will create a sustainable Canada through science-based research, education and policy work.
Respecting Aboriginal Values and Environmental Needs
Helping to alleviate hunger in Peel region
We're studio of the year 2015 in the city of Brampton
We also love giving back through charitable work
The Sapara women need to be supported in their efforts to protect the culture of birth in their community as a physical act but also the most basic representation of their ties to their land. They have asked for assistance specifically in building a birth centre so women from all the sparsely located communities recognize birth can occur on their land in a physical location.
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In support of: Sapara Birth Centre