Replenish Yoga & WellnessANCIENT WISDOM, MODERN LIVING
What We Believe
Your First Yoga Class: What to Expect By: Sage Johnson The barista at the coffee shop, your hairdresser, everyone in your book club, even your mother-in-law is doing yoga, and why not? The benefits are countless: increased flexibility, decreased stress,...read more
Why I Did the In-Depth Yoga Study and Teacher Training Tara, RYT 200 Yoga Instructor I have been interested in yoga for more than 15 years, and although I've taken classes in Southern Ontario and Winnipeg, I was never diligent enough to create my own daily...read more
Cow Dung and Goat Yoga By Christa Heibel Anyone who knows me knows I am not a writer. I spent most of my business career looking for resources in my consulting business to help me edit and I rewrite myself. However, a recent return from my first trip to India has...read more
Some Of Our Classes
Beginner’s Yoga gently introduces yoga basics, such as body alignment and poses, as well as breathing and centering techniques. Come join us and discover the timeless, real benefits of yoga.
Our Men’s Yoga class is the perfect place to begin or expand your own practice. We cover the basic poses that form the foundation of flexibility and strength and improved health and wellness.
Hatha is most often used to describe gentle, basic yoga classes with no flow between poses. Expect a slower-paced stretching class with some basic pranayama breathing exercises and perhaps seated meditation at the end.
Restorative yoga offers great relief by allowing the body to fully release the tension being held by stress, and the breath takes all of the negative energy out and brings positive in to refresh and renew.
Core Yoga is a challenging practice that explores the body’s full anatomical core and its role in creating balance, stability and function movements of the body. Appropriate for intermediate to advanced level students.
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On all walk-in classes.
10 Walk-In Classes of your choice
Family memberships available as well
Other Yoga Experiences
Yoga Integration Training
“The most important pieces of equipment you need for
doing yoga are your body and your mind.”