A 75 minute integrative practice of traditional Hatha, Restorative Yoga and Yoga Nidra. This class begins with a focus on breathwork, strength and alignment incorporating the classic yoga standing poses. We will then move into a gentle and supportive Restorative practice finished off with Yoga Nidra which will bring the whole body into a deep state of rest and healing. (Warm)
This class will combine the healing practice of yin with the therapeutic benefits of essential oils. A different blend of oils will be used each week, with a cool lemongrass towel available after class. Please note that if you have any sensitivities or allergies to essential oils, this class may not be the best fit for you, as a variety of oils will be used. (Heated)
Come get your sweat on! This class will use a combination of full body strength exercises and cardio components to leave you feeling strong and energized! Bring your shoes, water bottle and your mat! (Unheated)
A fun packed class dedicated to build and strengthen your core. We will focus the first 30-min on functional movements which will help you improve your power, strength and stabilization. The next 30-min will be focused on a restorative practice that is all about slowing down and opening your body through passive stretching. (Heated)
This class begins with hip-focused postures to increase mobility in the hip and lower back area, which can help to decrease pain & discomfort. Students will then be guided through a Nidra practice which is a form of “yogic sleep”. A guided body scan will allow students to shift the focus inward and find a deeper level of rest. (Warm)
: In this class you can expect movement with longer holds in each posture to allow for a little more time for alignment cues. There will be a range of sitting, standing, balancing, & back strengthening postures in this multi-level class. This class is a great place to try an active, but approachable, yoga practice. (Unheated)
This Vinyasa style class focuses on moving through postures timed with breath. You can expect to move your body through Sun Salutations, standing series, balancing series, floor series and finishing with a well deserved Savasana. (Heated)
In this slower-paced flow class, we hold postures for several rounds of breath in each pose, instead of moving with each breath. This allows more time to pause, adjust, find calm, and explore postures while cultivating strength, flexibility and balance.
These classes move slowly through a series of fluid supine, seated and standing postures. Slow flow offers opportunity for stretch as well as strength and is a class suited for experienced and beginner yogis alike. (Heated)
The world moves so fast, so let’s slow it all down. This class is designed to help you unplug, recharge and stretch out “the issues in your tissues”. Poses are traditionally held for a minimum of 3 minutes, and upward. Yin is designed to get into the connective tissue & fascia to allow students to tap into the rest and digest benefits of our parasympathetic nervous system. This class focuses on slowing down both the body and mind. (Heated)
Pilates is a low stress no-impact exercise, concentrating on strengthening the body with an emphasis on core engagement. This helps improve general fitness-performing daily tasks and routines will seem easier.
If you’re a Pilates lover, this class is right up your alley. Featuring some of the most loved and beginner exercises from the Pilates repertoire. It’s a full body burn. (Unheated)
This is a restful practice that is all about slowing down and opening your body through passive stretching. With the aid of props we can achieve physical, mental and emotional relaxation. Props such as blocks, bolsters, blankets and straps are used so that you are supported in each pose comfortably. Poses are held for some time; we may never even move off the mat. This practice is great to balance an active yoga schedule or to give yourself a timeout from your busy lives. (Unheated)
In this evening class, we will focus on a full body restoration from beginning to end. We will start with some full body movements to warm up, then transferring into Yin postures holding poses from 3-5 minutes in length. We will then focus towards an even more deliberately slow process of Restorative yoga to encompass all healing with somatic practices, deep release of the physical body and resetting the parasympathetic system. In the restorative portion we will hold poses from 5-15 minutes in length being guided by silence or meditation practices while being fully supported by props. Dress comfortable and settle in for your weekly reprieve. (Unheated)
Flow yoga with light weights to strengthen and engage your muscles using slow controlled movements. Every movement is done with breath, intention, and purpose. Feel the burn while still getting your zen on. (Heated)
The Space is located on Treaty 6 Territory and Métis Nation of Alberta Region 4, the traditional and ancestral land of the Nehiyaw (Cree), Denesuliné (Dene), Nakota Sioux (Stoney), Anishinaabe (Saulteaux) and Niitsitapi (Blackfoot) and Métis. We acknowledge, respect and celebrate the collective histories, languages and cultures of the First Nations, Métis, Inuit and all First Peoples of Canada. We are committed to advancing reconciliation and are in deep gratitude to those whose territory we reside on.