Class Descriptions

All Levels

A class adapted to suit all levels from new & beginner (Level 1) to levels 2 and up.
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Back To Basics

Suitable for new and experienced students or those who wish to begin a regular practice after a period of inactivity.
The foundational yoga poses are introduced with an emphasis on restoring good posture by improving mobility, strength, stability and alignment of the muscles and joints.
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Level 1 (formerly “Beginner”)

The recommended class for most students, including yoga practioners new to Iyengar yoga. In the beginner class, 25 yoga postures are introduced which provide the foundation for a well-rounded yoga practice. Through these foundational postures, students learn how to practice yoga in the Iyengar method correctly and safely and develop the strength, stamina, flexibility and body awareness required to proceed to the next level. Students learn to be familiar with the props used for various postures. Each subsequent level builds on the previous one by adding more postures and deepening the yoga experience.  View class times on our SCHEDULE page.

Level 1 & Level 2 (Formerly Beginner/Level 2)

A combined class suitable for new and those continuing in Level 1 as well as level 2 students.
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Level 2

Expand the number of classic poses and develop a 5 minute shoulder stand. Headstand is introduced.View class times on our SCHEDULE page.

Level 3

Increase the range and depth of poses, deepen an established shoulder stand and develop a 5 minute headstand.  View class times on our SCHEDULE page.  

Level 4

Strengthen and develop shoulder stand and headstand, both with variations, and practice increased depth and duration in a greater variety of poses.

Men’s Class

Join the men’s class with Drew to develop more flexibility, reduce stress, improve posture and maybe even your golf game! ; )  All levels welcome including new students.
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“Pranayama” is one of eight aspects or “limbs” of classical yoga, and is an important part of Iyengar Yoga. The term translates as “breath control.” It involves specific forms of inhalation, retention and exhalation of the breath to help focus and calm the mind and nervous system. Each class will include a basic practice of key yoga poses to prepare the body and mind for learning and practicing several forms of breath work.
Students must have first completed an introductory series of classes.
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Balance and restore your body and mind through supported poses. This class is suitable for students working with limitations and injuries, seniors, pregnancy or those wanting a more relaxing, gentler class.  All levels welcome including new students.
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This is a gentler yoga class where seniors, 60 years plus, can develop greater flexibility, balance, strength, and much more ease in their bodies. Practiced correctly, yoga can help ease the discomfort of arthritis and the general aches and pains of aging. If you enjoy physical activity in the company of your peers, this class is for you. Special pricing. New students are always welcome.  View class times on our SCHEDULE page.  

Cancer Class

The Cancer Class is for individuals in cancer treatment. Please register through CancerCare Manitoba by calling (204) 787-2109.

Winnipeg Insight Meditation Group

This group meets every Sunday morning from at 10am, September through May. The group is open to anyone who wishes to join others in the practice of Vipassana or insight meditation, the oldest of Buddhist meditation practices. For more information please visit

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