I’ve written about it before on this site, but I think it bears repeating: I Love Bodies. And this passion for all of our fleshy moveables (sorry?) is also accompanied by an obsesh with “physical presence”—that is, an open communication between both our physical and mental selves, and with the outside world. This is so often… Read More »
I am a YYoga frequenter in my Vancouver neighbourhood of Kitsilano. The facility is spacious, clean, beautiful, and relaxing—everything a yoga studio should be. They have a towel and mat service, free lockers and showers, a sauna, hot tea, and a lovely patio that overlooks the hustle and bustle of Kitsilano’s West 4th Avenue. Oh, and their… Read More »
Share The Love Yoga tells you when and where to find affordable yoga classes in Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, and Vancouver!
Like a lot of physical activity, yoga is expensive. And while practising is, at least in my opinion, totally worth the price of admission, that doesn’t mean it doesn’t hurt my wallet every time I buy another class card. Cue Share The Love Yoga, a website designed to tell you when and where to find affordable—$10… Read More »
Good afternoon, fellow yogis! Do you know what’s great? Yoga. Do you know what makes yoga even better? When practising it is free. Do you know what makes a free yoga class EVEN better? When it’s done outside, on a beach, looking out at the mountains. Is your third eye batting its lashes yet? (Sorry,… Read More »
The early days of summer turn me into a bit of a Spendy McGee. “Another pitcher of sangria for the table, please! What are patios for?” “Why yes, I’d love to attend your wedding, distant friend I have lost touch with! Would be happy to purchase you many gifts and also buy myself a bus… Read More »
In The Fitness Test, Leyla explores a different class in Toronto and gives you a breakdown of what’s awesome and what’s not. Studio: Flipswitch Studio – 49 Camden St., Upper Loft Instructor: Vanessa Montenegro Description: This is yoga curated for runners. “There are a lot of synchronicities between the two,” says Montenegro. “It’s meditation in movement.”… Read More »