Classes & Fees

Single class – $12

10-class pass – $110

20-class pass – $200

Passes expire one year from date of purchase.

Passes are good for all classes – in-person, Zoom live classes or recordings.

In-studio classes are currently held at Just Be Wellness Centre (165 Saskatchewan Ave. E., back of Remax building).

Pre-registration is required and payment must be made prior to class by e-transfer to

If you cannot attend a class you’ve signed up for, you will receive the Zoom recording unless you cancel your registration for that class. Cancellations must be made at least one hour prior to class starting.

Students must pre-register – no drop-ins.

Classes are ongoing – you can start anytime! It is not necessary to take all classes within one category, or subsequent classes. You can mix and match the dates/times/classes to suit your schedule.

Questions? Contact me!

Class Descriptions

Yoga Foundations – Sign up

In this class students will learn basic yoga principles and safe and proper alignment of poses. Standing and seated postures, backbends, forward bends, twists and introductory inversions will be explored. Sun salutations and some pranayama (breath work) will also be incorporated into each class.

Restorative/Yin Yoga – Sign up

Find stillness and calm as you experience the benefits of yin yoga. Gentle stretches will be combined with deeper poses that work mainly within your joints, ligaments, and fascia. Poses are held anywhere from 2-6 minutes, creating improved flexibility as your connective tissues relax and lengthen. Poses are combined with deep breathing for a relaxing, restorative practice.

Hatha Flow – Sign up

This flow class is open to all levels, but familiarity with basic yoga poses is recommended. After a gentle warmup, students will move through a series of sun salutations, connecting each movement to their breath. We will then build strength with standing poses, balancing postures and core work. While this dynamic class will create heat and energy in the body, modifications will be given for all poses, allowing the student to make their practice more or less challenging.

“The yoga pose is not the goal. Becoming flexible is not the goal. Standing on your hands is not the goal. The goal is serenity. Balance. Truly finding peace in your own skin.”

Rachel Brathen, Yoga Girl

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