Posts Tagged ‘yoga’

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Letter from the Director | The August Edition 2017

It is said that at the source of all conflict lies misunderstanding. Conflict itself is the dust kicked up which clouds our ability to see misunderstanding simply as a dynamic; one that is not bad or wrong, and one that can most always be worked with. There is understanding and misunderstanding, yet all that really… More details


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SOCIAL WORKERS: Free Yoga in August!

We are moved to express our appreciation for the many ways our Social Workers serve us Torontonians. For the month of August, all full-time Social Workers + Human Service Workers are eligible for FREE, UNLIMITED yoga at Moksha Yoga Bloor West.

Bring in proof of employment (ie. ID badge, pay stub, etc.)
to claim your free class pass at reception.


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Prenatal Yoga Series with Simone North

The sequencing of the class will combine therapeutic yoga and mindfulness techniques to support women in developing sensitivity and awareness towards the changes going on within themselves. This awareness can empower women, not only during their pregnancy, but during labour and delivery.

Through mindful movement, breath awareness, listening and relaxation techniques, women have the opportunity to cultivate an intimate mind-body connection and create a safe and serene place for baby to develop.


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Letter from the Director | The June Edition 2017

Every studio in the Moksha/Modo community (77 and counting) is guided and inspired by seven philosophical pillars*. These seven principles were chosen to uphold the integrity of what it is our studios offer; an asana practice that spills off our mats by transcending the benefits of our yoga experience throughout our overall behaviour. This all… More details