Yoga in Orillia Happy February

"Peace. It does not mean to be in a place where there is no noise, trouble or hard work. It means to be in the midst of those things and still be calm in your heart."

- Anonymous


× Please note that as per a bout of the flu, our Wednesday, April 9th hatha class, and our Thursday, April 10th mom and baby class are cancelled. We apologize for the inconvenience; our regular schedule will resume on Saturday.
× Just a heads up for everyone, our next Kids' Yoga session starts on May 7th. Contact us to register to ensure that we save space for you.

Dear Students,

Happy heart month! How I love the excuse to indulge in heart openers and partner poses. Lots of back bends, camel poses and supported savasana with bolsters galore are a few of the heart opening poses you can look forward to in classes this month.

Did you know practising a back bend is the equivalent to downing an espresso? It’s true!! So the next time you are feeling unfocused and the words on your work computer start to swim, instead of reaching for that third coffee…give yourself some love and take a back bend break instead. Heart openers are not only for big kids either. Check out this adorable heart opener that you can do with your kids or they can do with each other. Here Oliver and Lila are demonstrating “lizard on a rock” pose. Have fun!!

Kids' Yoga Lizard on a Rock
A pretty bird painted by Rebecca

by Rebecca
| February, 2014 | Tags : Prenatal Mom & Baby Kids Hatha Schedule

You don't need to be a seasoned practicing yogini to reap the benefits of prenatal yoga.

Prenatal Yoga Tree Pose

Begin to get to know, heal and rebuild your post pregnancy body by bringing your Baby onto the mat with you.

Mom and baby yoga downward dog

My daughter is 3 years old and already, I find that I need to keep a day planner... for her. In this day and age, our children are trying to find balance between being kids, playing freely, nursery school, ballet, gymnastics, piano, soccer, shopping malls, video games and TV.

Kids' Yoga Camel Pose

The word "hatha" comes from the Sanskrit terms "ha" meaning "sun" and "tha" meaning "moon".

Rebecca Bolden Doing a Hatha Yoga Toe Stand