September Welcomes Autumn
New Fall Schedule Now In Effect
Campfire Restorative Yoga – Wednesday Nights @ 7:30pm till the end of September
COVID-19 Protocols continue to be in place.
Your safety is my top priority. I keep the studio clean and I’ll continue to do so by thoroughly sanitizing the space before and after each class. Bolsters, blocks and straps are available for use, but if you have your own, please bring them.
Class size capacity is 4 people. That way, I can allow for 6 feet of physical distance between each client.
Arriving at the studio. I recommend that you arrive at least 10 minutes prior to the start of class. Please wear your mask in to the space. When you are on your mat, you may remove it. At the end of class, please wear your mask out of the space.
If you feel sick, please stay home. Practicing yoga is not only counterproductive when you’re sick, it’s also a safety concern right now. To help protect the well-being of the Yoga Koncepts community, I will cancel class if I have even the slightest of symptoms.
I am monitoring local, provincial, and federal guidelines as well as using common sense. I’m committed to my community’s health. I’ll keep you posted if the situation changes as I intend to play it safe.
Welcome to Yoga Koncepts!
Yoga is “a Hindu spiritual and ascetic discipline, a part of which, including breath control, simple meditation, and the adoption of specific bodily postures, is widely practiced for health and relaxation.”
As you take on yoga you will become inspired and empowered to take action to your life.
In turn enchaining the life you have to everyone surrounding you.
Following core values that are derived in the process to creating Yoga Koncepts, we are a building a community that empowers each other. As we continue down this…
Welcome! I am committed to making your experience with me easy and fun. All the classes are designed to produce a brand new experience of yoga for you every time you step on your mat…
We have designed a 3-week program called “New to Yoga” for anyone looking to ease in and learn the basics of yoga.
Dress comfortably in clothing that allows you to move. We also suggest dressing in layers so you can cool down or warm up according to your needs. No need for shoes! Yoga is practiced in bare feet.
This is the question we get asked the most. Can’t touch your toes? Who cares! Yoga is an ongoing practice of breath. Touching your toes may come in time, but breath is forever.