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Yoga in the 'hood!

Thu Nov 8, 2007 Miss Vicky 

Miss Vicky received an email today announcing the opening of a new Yoga studio on Wellington St West. Windhorse Yoga offers a wide variety of classes at their new studio and boutique at 1338 1/2 Wellington St., near Clarendon.

You can try out a class for free between November 9 and 16, they are offering a 15% discount on class packages purchased before the end of December and their Grand Opening will be on Saturday, November 24.

Miss Vicky had a quick look at the schedule and there is pretty much something for everyone, including pre-natal classes and Mom and Baby classes. According to the announcement "Windhorse's studios are equipped with earth-friendly cork flooring, indirect lighting to provide a calming, supportive environment for your yoga practice. We have showers to support your busy work-day." That'll be particularly handy for the early morning classes.

Some people were moved to reply

amckay Nov 8, 2007 11:07 AM said:

"Windhorse", eh? Shambhala, anyone?

I saw the signs up somewhere-or-other and was glad to see them coming to the hood. If anyone from Windhorse is listening - "welcome"!

Windhorseyogini Nov 9, 2007 02:58 PM said:

To amckay - Thanks for the welcome, and you are quick to note the Shambhala connection! Windhorse Yoga is all about raising energy. It's great to be in the neighbourhood!
-Sheila Craig at Windhorse

Miss Vicky Nov 9, 2007 03:08 PM said:

Hey Sheila - Welcome! Some of my neighbours have asked about family yoga... any thoughts for classes with parents and kids?

Windhorseyogini Nov 10, 2007 11:35 AM said:

Hi Vicky - yes! I'm planning have children's yoga classes starting in January and Family classes at some point following (I need to be careful not to grow too fast). My daughter and I LOVE family yoga so I'm eager to share it with others too.
-Sheila at Windhorse

amckay Nov 12, 2007 12:45 PM said:

I've been reading "Sacred Path of the Warrior" :-) - it's very compatible with my Aikido training. Which makes sense since both (Aikido and Shambhala, not Yoga) are based on the Way of the Samurai. And I just realised that you are the person I'd been mailing about Bodhi school. Small world ...

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