Spring yoga: join me in-person for an 6-week session at Sport Manitoba starting March 3rd!

Call in spring with a 6-week yoga session starting Sunday March 3rd at Sport Manitoba Fitness Centre!

We are sticking with our tried and true two types of class. Each session has a different focus, but they will both have an emphasis on cultivating functional movement that supports our everyday living.

Space is pretty limited so sign up soon! There is a discount for folks who are already Fitness Centre members. Please see below for more details.


YOGA FOR STRENGTH
Sundays March 3-April 14, 10:30-11:30 am

6-week session (no class March 31, Easter Sunday)
$115 (non-members) / $95 (members)

We are stronger than we think! This session will focus on building resilience (mental / physical) through our yoga practice. When we rise up to challenge, we show ourselves our inner strength and learn how to be our own cheerleader. We will explore how to prepare for greater and greater challenge, learning how proper scaffolding is what sets us up for feeling strong and empowered.

We will work up to playing at the edges of our comfort zone, and in that, I’ll offer modifications for postures so that you can find a version of the practice that suits you best.

 


YOGA FOR MOBILITY
Sundays March 3-April 14, 12:00-1:00 pm

6-week session (no class March 31st, Easter Sunday)
$115 (non-members) / $95 (members)

This session blends yoga and Functional Range Conditioning principles to maintain and improve range of motion in our joints. We slow things down to release tension, which then makes room for new movement patterns. This is particularly important for aging bodies (i.e. all bodies), injury recovery and prevention, and simply feeling comfortable in yourself.

I offer options to dial up / down the intensity so that you can make the practice work for your needs. Sometimes taking a step back is the more challenging choice; sometimes taking baby steps is just the right fit. Learning to adjust the practice to suit you is a key component to self-stewardship.

 


If you have any questions, check out this list of FAQs, or feel free to send me a message here. If you want to contact Sport Manitoba directly, you can do so here.

New year, new sessions: join me in-person for an 8-week session at Sport Manitoba starting Jan 7th!

We are kicking off the new year with 8-week yoga sessions starting Sunday January 7th at Sport Manitoba Fitness Centre!

There are two types of class to choose from; while each session will have different focuses, they will both have an emphasis on cultivating functional movement that supports our everyday living.

Space is pretty limited so sign up soon! There is a discount for folks who are already Fitness Centre members. Please see below for more details.


YOGA FOR STRENGTH
Sundays Jan 7-Feb 25, 10:30-11:30 am

8-week session
$150 (non-members) / $130 (members)

We are stronger than we think! This session will focus on building resilience (mental / physical) through our yoga practice. When we rise up to challenge, we show ourselves our inner strength and learn how to be our own cheerleader. We will explore how to prepare for greater and greater challenge, learning how proper scaffolding is what sets us up for feeling strong and empowered.

We will work up to playing at the edges of our comfort zone, and in that, I’ll offer modifications for postures so that you can find a version of the practice that suits you best.

 


YOGA FOR MOBILITY
Sundays Jan 7-Feb 25, 12:00-1:00 pm

8-week session
$150 (non-members) / $130 (members)

This session blends yoga and Functional Range Conditioning principles to maintain and improve range of motion in our joints. We slow things down to release tension, which then makes room for new movement patterns. This is particularly important for aging bodies (i.e. all bodies), injury recovery and prevention, and simply feeling comfortable in yourself.

I offer options to dial up / down the intensity so that you can make the practice work for your needs. Sometimes taking a step back is the more challenging choice; sometimes taking baby steps is just the right fit. Learning to adjust the practice to suit you is a key component to self-stewardship.

 


If you have any questions, check out this list of FAQs, or feel free to send me a message here. If you want to contact Sport Manitoba directly, you can do so here.

Join me in-person for an 8-week session at Sport Manitoba starting Oct 29th!

We are starting back up in-person at Sport Manitoba Fitness Centre! These are 8-week yoga sessions that start Sunday October 29th.

There are two types of class to choose from; while each session will have different focuses, they will both have an emphasis on cultivating functional movement that supports our everyday living.

Space is pretty limited so sign up soon! There is a discount for folks who are already Fitness Centre members. Please see below for more details (note the start times are slightly different than the sessions we had in the spring).


YOGA FOR STRENGTH
Sundays Oct 29-Dec 17, 10:30-11:30 am

8-week session
$150 (non-members) / $130 (members)

This session will focus on building stability and endurance (mental / physical) through our yoga practice. When we rise up to challenge, we show ourselves our inner strength and learn how to be our own cheerleader. We build these “muscles” in our practice, so that when we step off the mat, we can show up in our lives feeling empowered and resilient.

What is a healthy dose of challenge? One that asks you to reach a little outside of your comfort zone, but not so much that you feel defeated. With that, I’ll offer modifications for postures so that you can find a version of the practice that suits you best.

 


YOGA FOR MOBILITY
Sundays Oct 29-Dec 17, 12:00-1:00 pm

8-week session
$150 (non-members) / $130 (members)

This session blends yoga and Functional Range Conditioning principles to maintain and improve range of motion in our joints. This is particularly important for aging bodies (i.e. all bodies), injury recovery, and simply feeling more at ease in our skin.

I offer options to dial up / down the intensity so that you can make the practice work for your needs. Sometimes taking a step back is the more challenging choice; sometimes taking baby steps is just the right fit. Learning to adjust the practice to suit you is a key component to self-stewardship.

 


If you have any questions, check out this list of FAQs, or feel free to send me a message here. If you want to contact Sport Manitoba directly, you can do so here.

Last in-person yoga sessions at Sport Manitoba before we break for summer!

Please catch my last in-person sessions at Sport Manitoba Fitness Centre before we take a break for summer! These are 4-week yoga sessions that start Sunday May 28th.

There are two types of class to choose from; while each session will have different focuses, they will both have an emphasis on cultivating functional movement that supports our everyday living. As we step into spring, let’s create strength and space in ourselves to fully embrace this season of regeneration.

Space is pretty limited so sign up soon! There is a discount for folks who are already Fitness Centre members. Please see below for more details.


YOGA FOR STRENGTH
Sundays May 28-June 18, 11-12 noon

4 week session
$75 (non-members) / $65 (members)

This session will focus on building stability and endurance (mental / physical) through our yoga practice. When we rise up to challenge, we show ourselves our inner strength and learn how to be our own cheerleader. We build these “muscles” in our practice, so that when we step off the mat, we can show up in our lives feeling empowered and resilient.

What is a healthy dose of challenge? One that asks you to reach a little outside of your comfort zone, but not so much that you feel defeated. With that, I’ll offer modifications for postures so that you can find a version of the practice that suits you best.

 


YOGA FOR MOBILITY
Sundays May 28-June 18, 12:30-1:30 pm

4 week session
$75 (non-members) / $65 (members)

This session blends yoga and Functional Range Conditioning principles to maintain and improve range of motion in our joints. This is particularly important for aging bodies (i.e. all bodies), injury recovery, and simply feeling more at ease in our skin.

I offer options to dial up / down the intensity so that you can make the practice work for your needs. Sometimes taking a step back is the more challenging choice; sometimes taking baby steps is just the right fit. Learning to adjust the practice to suit you is a key component to self-stewardship.

 


If you have any questions, check out this list of FAQs, or feel free to send me a message here. If you want to contact Sport Manitoba directly, you can do so here.