Registered Classes

Mom & Baby & Tot (Oct/Nov Session)Great for newbies!

Join us for a yoga experience designed specifically for new moms and your little ones! In this registered session you will be guided through yoga postures to build strength, flexibility, and reduce some of the strain of being a new mom. Reconnect with your body, enjoy a unique bonding experience with your little one, and meet an amazing community of moms and babies in the process!

Classes are appropriate for little ones from about 6 weeks to 4 years old. Moms can bring both baby and tot!

$96 (15% off for unlimited membership holders. Please register at the studio.)

$20 drop-in.


Mysore Week

Develop and deepen your practice in this self-led Mysore style week. A self-led practice is a powerful way to learn, develop and understand the flow, grace and meditative qualities of this practice. It is open to individuals new to yoga and experienced practitioners.

During this week, you are encouraged to move through the traditional Ashtanga practice at your own pace with help and guidance of a teacher. You will receive individual adjustments and assistance according to your own personal needs and challenges.

Mysore runs from 5:45am-8:00am. You are welcome to arrive at any time during these hours and leave once your practice is finished (please be done by 8am). This is not a 2.5 hour class.

$30 for members (unlimited memberships). $80 for non-members.

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Yoga Thrive: Therapeutic Yoga for Cancer Survivors Great for newbies!

Yoga Thrive is a research-based, therapeutic yoga program designed by the University of Calgary's Health and Wellness Lab to improve the quality of life of cancer survivors. A cancer diagnosis delivers a breathtaking blow to the body, mind and spirit; Yoga Thrive provides an opportunity to help survivors refocus their attention on what it takes to help them thrive.

September 14 - November 30, 2018. Fridays 1:30-2:45pm

You must register through the University of Calgary for this program:
Or call: 403-220-7749

Work your body. Calm your mind.