Yoga in Orillia We Love Moms

"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

Welcome

Dear Students,

Happy heart month! Check out all of the stuff we've got going on these days and stay tuned for some big announcements for yoga in Orillia.

Prenatal Yoga

Our current Prenatal session will be finishing up on Tuesday, March 3rd. We always welcome Momma’s to-be into the class at any time. It is appropriate for all trimesters. Our next prenatal session starts on Tuesday, March 10th and ends on April 28th.

Mom and Baby Yoga

Our Mom and Baby Yoga session has just started on Thursday, February 5th; it will continue till Thursday, March 26th. Classes are held at Parenting by Nature. Drop-ins are, of course, welcome. Please feel free to contact us for more information.

Kids' Yoga

Our current Kids' Yoga session ends on February 23rd, but don't worry because we have another session starting up on Monday, March 2nd to April 27th. This six week session is only $60; please not that we will have a special class on March 16th that is not included in this session. Please stay tuned for more details. Contact us to register to ensure that we save space for you.

Hatha Yoga

Our Wednesday night Hatha yoga class will continue throughout the winter months. Feel free to drop in, or better yet, purchase a 5, 10, or 20 class pass.

Gift Certificates

We have gift certificates available for all of our classes available in any denomination. Please contact us for more information.

Yoga in Orillia Gift Certificate

Namaste,

Rebecca

A pretty bird painted by Rebecca

by Rebecca
| January, 2015 | 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