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Prenatal Yoga


Date: Saturday Feb 3rd to March 10, 2018
Time: 1:00pm to 2:00pm
Investment: $25+hst/ class OR $108 for 6 classes
Limited space, pre-registration required @ the studio or ONLINE

During pregnancy, your bodies will go through many changes, which create stress mentally and physically.  Yoga can help women get through their pregnancy with minimal discomfort.

Research has found that by practicing prenatal yoga decreases risk of prenatal depression, improves sleep, decreases backpain and nausea.  And by facilitating deep breathing and building strength and stamina, yoga can help prepare for labor.

Come breathe and stretch your body, build up a sweat as you strengthen your body! Previous yoga experience is not necessary.

Couple & Partners Thai Massage Workshop

Date: Feb 16th, 2018
Time: 7:45pm – 9:45pm
Investment: $95/ couple early bird (till Feb 9th),
Investment: $115/ couple after Feb 3rd.
Registration: @ the studio OR @ Online Store 

This 2-hour workshop will introduce couples (including your significant other, family member, or friend) to the wonderful healing practice of Thai Yoga Massage. Couples will learn how to give and receive an effortless and nurturing massage sequence focused on neck, shoulders, back, and feet. The core concept of care provides the foundation for this workshop as we emphasize quality of touch, joy in giving, and using massage as a way of cultivating connection.

You don’t need to have any yoga or massage experience to take this workshop, just be dressed in comfortable clothing that you can move in. Bring a yoga mat if you have one.

Nicole Lau

Nicole is a certified Thai yoga massage practitioner, trained in Toronto and Ching Mai, Thailand.  With over 500 hours of training between yoga and Thai yoga massage, she believes yoga is not only a form of exercise for health.

Becky Yin

Becky was intuitively drawn to Thai massage through an influential yoga teacher, who was also a Thai massage practitioner. She completed her Thai Massage training by knowing it would also enhance her personal yoga practice.  The ability to use hands on the clients, to feel how they move, hold tension, and sometimes experience pain adds a new dimension to her abilities to help them reach their goals of improved fitness, performance, and pain-free movement.