Grand River Yoga at Five Oaks
Classes at Grand River Yoga Studio
6:00 pm – 7:00 pm All Levels Yoga – mixed variety
Oct 3rd to Dec 5th
10 weeks $100.00/session or $12.00 drop-in
7:00 pm – 8:00 pm Restorative Yoga
Oct 4th to Dec 6th
10 weeks $100.00/session or $12.00 drop-in
About Grand River Yoga…
Ageless Arts Yoga is excited to open its new studio space Grand River Yoga. Located in the main building of Five Oaks which is situated on 116 acres of gorgeous Carolinian Forest and bordered by the Grand River and Whiteman’s Creek. It is the perfect location to disconnect from it all and reconnect with what matters most. Our studio space is intimate, and our registered classes are limited to no more than 5 students ensuring quality attention paid to each and every student.
Beginners Yoga – We plant the seeds for a lifelong love of yoga, gently guiding you through postures and breathing exercises. Beginner yoga classes are the perfect way to understand and energize your body, relax your mind and become more in-tune with your true nature. All poses can be adapted to fit any body. Including those who do not feel they are “flexible enough” to practice yoga.
Chair Yoga – Is for everybody! Come and explore poses using the chair as a support. All poses can be adapted to seated or standing variations. If you prefer to avoid going down to the floor this class is for you.
Family Yoga – For ages 7 – 107. We welcome all yoga practitioners from beginner to advanced stages. A combination of stretch, flow, and breathing techniques. We request that all yogis are comfortable meditating and/or sitting quietly for up to 10 minutes.
Fun, Fit, Flow Yoga – This dynamic class is meant to create the foundation of your vinyasa flow. The progression of postures will challenge your focus and align breath with movement and aspire strength and mobility. Using these building blocks, each class will be inspired by Vedic themes inviting you to explore all parts of self. Come sweat and glow!
Gentle Yoga – For all levels of yoga practitioners from beginner to advanced stages. A combination of stretch, flow, and breathing techniques.
Lunchtime Yoga – A perfect way to break for lunch! For all levels of yoga practitioners from beginner to advanced stages. A combination of stretch, flow, and breathing techniques offering everyone a positive start to their afternoon.
Mom & Baby – Regain strength & flexibility as you bond with your baby in a supportive, welcoming environment. Connect with other moms and share your experiences while you rebuild your core, release tension and rejuvenate. Enjoy holding your baby in your arms, sitting in your lap, or playing on the floor. This special time is for moms and babies to let go of all worries. Your baby may sleep, or fuss, feed and/or play. This class is designed for moms with infants 6 weeks old to beginning to crawl.
Relax & Renew Restorative Yoga – Finish the day and leave all your stress behind. Come settle into a grounded stretch based class, completed by a restorative mediation. Teach your body how to de-stress, rest and renew. This class involves the use of our bolsters, blankets, blocks and straps. There are no standing poses in this class.
Yoga & Meditation – Join us and explore a variety of meditation techniques. Styles will include Mindfulness, Mantra, Yoga Nidra and more… We will start the class with some gentle yoga to prepare the body for stillness.
All classes presented by Ageless Arts Yoga and its yoga instructors require you to listen to your own body and only do what feels good. Adjustments and modifications are always welcome.
Tracey Eccleston, IAYT, E-RYT 500, IPT, is owner & educational director of Ageless Arts Yoga offering 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training and many workshops. She is the creator two Chair Yoga Teacher Trainings – “The Foundations of Chair Yoga” &” Chair Yoga Therapeutics; Balance & Support.” After completing her 200 & 500-hour yoga teacher training, Tracey saw the need to make yoga even more accessible. Tracey believes in the importance of working within each individual’s natural range of motion exploring somatic movement. Tracey has extensive experience working with seniors and people who use wheelchairs. It is her passion to make yoga accessible to everybody and every body.
Harlee-Jean Alexander, 200hr Vinyasa Yoga Teacher. Yoga found me about ten years ago, in 2007. It drew me in with its strength and beauty. As I dug into my practice, I found that my roots hooked into the sensation of being present in my body and the awareness of mind and spirit. The practice of Yoga has brought light to spaces I wasn’t aware of. In 2016, I completed 200hrs in Hatha Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training, in Hamilton. I am also second year Massage Therapy student striving to work with a deep anatomical understanding. As a teacher I believe that the only thing needed to practice yoga, is the willingness to step on the mat. I love the ability it gives me to offer opportunities to meet yourself over again.