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In Toronto

Downward Dog Yoga Centre
735 Queen Street West
www.downwarddog.com

Downward Dog Yoga Centre is one of the original yoga studios in Toronto, established in 1997. Students from all over the city travel to this beautiful studio for Mysore (self-practice) or led Vinyasa style classes. Downward Dog also leads an esteemed teacher training program and holds workshops by local and international teachers to support students’ personal growth and inspire a life-long practice.
Mondays 4pm Level 1 & Yoga Fundamentals 6pm, Thursdays 5:30pm Level 2

Equinox  (Yorkville )
87 Avenue Road in Yorkville Village (Previously Hazelton Lanes)

www.equinox.com
Equinox is in the heart of Yorkville. It has a full weight room and a schedule of classes ranging from yoga & Barre to Zumba, and child care so you can come with your little ones.
Fridays 12:15pm Vinyasa Level 1/2

Equinox (Bay Street)

199 Bay Street, Commerce Court West

www.equinox.com

Saturdays 12:00pm Vinyasa all levels

Pure Yoga Toronto  (Liberty Village )
47 Fraser Avenue

www.pureyogatoronto.com

A new studio in Liberty Village (King West). Pure Yoga has three locations in Ottawa and has made its way to Toronto. Come experience a yoga practice set in a hot room amidst a cool vibrant vibe of the studio. It has a fresh new look and it’s exciting to have Pure Yoga in Toronto!

Wednesdays 7pm Pure Tune-Up, Thursdays 10am Pure Power & 12pm Pure Flow

 

889 Yoga
www.889yoga.com
This gorgeous space in the heart of Rosedale inspires the community to lead a happy, healthy and peaceful life by incorporating an array of yoga and meditation classes, and establishing a Living Yoga School and regular workshops for personal development and inspiration to continue on this journey.
Supporting Teacher – I am there weekly, check the on-line schedule

 

“The success of Yoga does not lie in the ability to perform postures but in how it positively changes the way we live our life and our relationships.”

– T.K.V. Desikachar