Classes/ Workshops

We are offering a variety of classes

Filled with natural light, spaciousness, and intimate settings our studio is a happy oasis in the open spaces of South Surrey.

This is our home, so it makes sense that it feels like one. We’d love to meet you, book a class with us below.

Class Schedule

Our Current Offerings.

in studio YOGA classes

In-Studio YOGA Classes

Come join us in our yoga studio that combines music and yoga to create a fresh experience like no other. Our healing studio is a welcoming home for anyone wanting to experience the happiness and lightness of yoga.
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1 ON 1 YOGA CLASSES

Private Sessions

1 on 1 classes

Personalize your yoga to feel more comfortable in class or come to learn how to heal from an injury in the privacy of a one-on-one session. These sessions ensure that you will progress in the safest and most efficient way, as each practice is tailored to your needs.
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Online yoga classes

Online yoga classes

Take your own personal yoga studio with you wherever you go with our online yoga classes. Enjoy the highest quality yoga videos with clear, simple instructions and an expert teacher with decades of experience.
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WORKSHOPS

Workshop - Trigger Point Myofascial Release™

Learn how to access Trigger points, known as knots. With the use of simple tools, like supported fingers, balls, and rollers you'll come to understand release techniques .
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POSTURE CLINICS

TRIGGER POINT YIN YOGA CLASS

Combining self-applied trigger point techniques and myofascial release with the presence of yin yoga is one of the best-known self-care therapies.
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SPECIAL LABS

SPECIAL CLASSES

With a wide variety of very effective methods for healing the body and clarifying the mind, join us to further your understanding with your qualified teacher.
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Benefits of Yoga

Reduce stress
Balance your life
Stretch your mind
Be happy
Self transformation
Increase knowledge

IMPORTANT GUIDELINES

Before signing up please  complete a consent form. 

HEALTH ASSESSEMENT & CONSENT FORMS

Customers attending Trigger Point Myofascial Release™ Workshop must fill out the Health Information Assessment Form and Kinesiology Consent Form prior to attending. 

Please complete both fillable PDF forms and email to [email protected] or bring them for you next appointment.

YOGA GUIDELINES

Any person with a known medical condition should always consult their physician before engaging in yoga practice.

Women who are within the first 3 days or experiencing a heavy menstruating cycle or are pregnant should avoid breath of fire and other exercises that powerfully engage the naval centre. Inverted poses where the legs are lifted higher than the naval point should also be avoided. Long deep breathing can be done in the place of breath of fire, in-fact is highly recommended to help with a deeper emotional connection. Resting in child’s pose or savasana is also encouraged.

Any person with a known medical condition should always consult their physician before engaging in yoga practice.

**Always follow your body’s messages to ensure there’s no pain in the postures and that stretching and releasing tension is uncomfortable.

 

WHEN NOT TO PRACTICE YOGA

Menstruation, pregnancy, high blood pressure and injuries to the knees, shoulders, and neck are all conditions where certain postures must be avoided and special care must be taken in all postures.

Women who are within the first 3 days or experiencing a heavy menstruating cycle or are pregnant should avoid breath of fire and other exercises that powerfully engage the naval centre. Inverted poses where the legs are lifted higher than the naval point should also be avoided. Long deep breathing can be done in the place of breath of fire, in-fact is highly recommended to help with a deeper emotional connection. Resting in child’s pose or savasana is also encouraged.

 

MEDICALLY APPROPRIATE CARE DISCLAIMER

If a minor and their guardian decline assessment or treatment which is deemed necessary by at least 2 medical doctors the case should be referred to the BC Ministry of Children and Family Services.

If an adult who has capacity declines care after the benefits and risks have been appropriately explained and the benefits far outweigh the risks, you must respect the decision.

If an adult is incapacitated and unable to provide informed consent but demands treatment, you must decline until the individual has the capacity to make informed decisions.