Yoga, Pilates Instructor & Thai Massage Practitioner
Over the years, Becky searched for a form of exercise that married strength, flexibility and cardio. This search led her to many gyms and various sports. After experimenting with different styles of exercises, Becky stumbled upon the doorsteps of a yoga studio and started her dedicated yoga practices in 2009. She earned her 200 hour certificate through Yoga Space focusing on Hatha and Vinyasa, and she’s currently taking Advanced Teacher Training at Downward Dog Yoga Center.
Becky has the privilege of studying with Bryan Kest, Seane Corn, Ron Reid and Marla Meenakshi Joy. In 2015, she has broadened her horizons and engaged in direct study with Gymnastic Bodies and Agatsu Inc. Inspired by all she gained from her strength training education, Becky’s class blends strength, mobility and mindfulness.
“What I like most about yoga is that there’s never an ‘end’, the student who can do a headstand has just as much to learn as the student who can’t touch his/her toes.” – Becky
Yoga Instructor & Thai Massage Practitioner
In 2006, Nicole’s journey on the mat started off as a “new year resolution workout”. It didn’t take long
for her to realize yoga is not just a form of exercise but an incredible journey connecting the mind, body
and soul. Yoga became her life purpose and daily practice.
After years of dedicated practice in various studios and exploration in different styles, she completed
her 200-hour yoga teacher’s training certificate in 2013. Since then she has been actively teaching. And
with so much more to learn and explore, she continuously taking and completing different trainings,
especially the mindfulness, slow and static practice of Yin yoga and restorative yoga, where she found
her true passion.
Nicole is also a Reiki practitioner and a certified Thai yoga massage practitioner, latter trained in Toronto and Thailand. Thai yoga massage is an ancient and dynamic bodywork that works like a series of yoga-like postures and stretches. With over 1000 hours of training in various modalities, she develops her own unique approach of teaching with Metta (Loving kindness).
Her classes are suitable for all ages; emphasize on promoting the balance between strength and
flexibility, loving and accepting our bodies, finding peace within our minds. You will find her walking
around in the class giving hands-on adjustments with her massage palms and Reiki touch.
Parry’s vision is to share yoga philosophy and practice in a manner that is authentic, accessible and applicable to modern day life. He is a certified Yoga, Pilates, Kettlebell and Water Rower instructor, specializing in functional movement and body-weight strength training developed from his study of the human body.
In his classes, he draws inspiration from his study of sociology, philosophy and biomechanics. With his fascination to problem solving, kind spirit, and humour he hopes to help others thrive in living by nurturing body, mind and soul through Yoga. His hope is that each student will step off their mat feeling refreshed, nourished and balanced.
Barre & Pilates Instructor
Mallory was a ballerina for most of her life and was examined and passed by the Royal Academy of Dance at the Advanced Foundation level. She also competed and placed in both national and international competitions.
Over the years, Mallory has practiced yoga and Pilates and was trained in the East to West Pilates Instructor course. She unsurprisingly fell in love at the barre again and is certified by BootyBarre. Mallory enjoys barre for its ballet foundation and how it incorporates cardio, strengthening and flexibility into one great workout.
Ballet is often viewed as an exclusive practice that has to begin at an early age. She enjoys teaching barre as it is an open workout that shares components of ballet with every age group. Her classes always incorporate a dancer’s experience, but with high tempo music and a great energy, you can expect a fun full body workout. She loves stretching and helping clients in improving their flexibility and learning to stretch safely.
“Ballet is the art, barre is its workout.”
In a sudden twist of fate, Rocio found herself in the beautiful jungles of Ubud, where she
completed her 200 hour YTT training. Coming from a social work background, Rocio brings
with her the lessons of forgiveness, compassion and new beginnings.
A long-time lover and student of the yogic practice, Rocio has experienced, first hand, the value
and power of meditation and the peace and clarity it gives.
Her classes focus on connecting with the breath and surrendering to the present moment.
“You must understand the whole of life, not just one little part of it. That is why you must read,
that is why you must look at the skies, that is why you must sing and dance, and write poems and
suffer and understand, for all that is life.” – J. Krishnamurti