Every Sunday during August
90 minutes | 11:00 – 12:30
This slow-paced class where you step out of the chaos of everyday life and into a class that offers you the opportunity to breathe, connect or reconnect to your body. There is an emphasis on alignment and observing the breath to help encourage mindfulness and cultivate calm. Taking the time to settle deeper into postures helps develop a solid foundation regardless of how long you have been practicing. Expect to feel rejuvenated and ready to face the everyday chaos with calm at the end of class
|Soul Spritzer||7th August||11:00 – 12:30|
|Flow-jito||14th August||11:00 – 12:30|
|Rainbow Warrior||21st August||11:00 – 12:30|
|Zen and Tonic||28th August||11:00 – 12:30|
The movement will help you tap into your mind-body connection, where we will deepen this connection during the asana practice. The meditation creates the space to be fully present which allows us to investigate and observe our experiences as they are. This accessible approach to mindfulness will fill your cup.
My yoga journey began during a long cold winter twelve years ago in Montreal, the yoga was hot and I was cold. For a time I oscillated between stringent dedication and mediocre dabbling, then the desire to strengthen my self-practice led me to teacher training. I had no idea the profound effect it would have on me, igniting a deep-seated passion.
I love the simplicity of yoga.
I believe that calm is a superpower. My style both on and off the mat is relaxed, inclusive, and attentive. There is a laid-back vibe to my classes which creates the space to let our guard down, laugh, strengthen our body-mind connection and rejuvenate ourselves through the practice.
Yoga in the form of mindful movement has been the perfect addition to Rooted in Calm.
Sip a delicious different mocktail each week following class and learn how to recreate it for your cocktail night or barbeque session. You will receive tips for mix perfection along with a simple-to-follow recipe.