1523 11 ave S.W. Calgary, Alberta T3C 0N1 (map)
Are your classes good for people who haven't done yoga before?
Yes! Our studio is the ideal place to start yoga. Our teachers are extremely knowledgable and class sizes are small. We teach yoga, we don't just lead a large group of students through a series of poses.
The props will help you develop full range mobility and strength in the spine, hips and shoulders so you can practice yoga with lower risk of injury and with better alignment.
Do I have to be flexible to do yoga?
No. If you practice consistently you will gradually become more flexible. Mobility depends on developing strength and flexibility in all your joints and is influenced by your anatomy.
About online payment and sign ups
We use an online booking software service called "Go Rendez-Vous. You can make payments and booking directly through our website or on the free Go Rendez-Vous app.
How late can I cancel my class registration?
Cancellation Policy: The studio has limited capacity. Please cancel at least 2 hours prior to class to avoid being charged in full. Unlimited passholders are charged the cost of a single class (10 passcard per class rate) for no-shows.
How late can I cancel my massage or private appointment?
24 hour cancellation policy to avoid being charged the full price.
How do I cancel?
Please cancel your class registration online, through the Go Rendez-Vous app.
Please text 403-809-6383 to cancel massage and private bookings.
Questions about pain and injury
I have back pain or other significant pain. Can I use the props?
If you have concerns please book a private session to get started. That's the best way to address your individual needs.
Do the props hurt?
Most people find their first experiences on the props quite strong and perhaps uncomfortable. It takes time for the body to adapt to the props and learn to relax.
People who are prone to back pain may experience pain during or after their first classes. Usually students are aware of what sorts of things flare up their pain. We encourage you to respect these feelings and approach the work slowly.
It is almost universally true that what students first find most intense and uncomfortable later becomes what they most enjoy, crave and benefit from.