Starting Monday October 17th, 2016 join Julie weekly in the regular scheduled classes to work on balancing the chakras!
Founded in 2003, MountainGoat Yoga Centre in Nepean has 13 certified instructors to serve you in over 36 weekly classes. Our area of specialty is Power Yoga (also known as Vinyasa Yoga). Other types offered include Hatha, Yin and Pre-Natal. Read more about our history and meaning behind Mountain Goat…
Saturday October 22, 2-4pm
$25 – prepayment is required as class size is limited.
Next session starting Sunday Oct 2nd from 3:00-4:00 pm with Penny!
Get your body moving and feel energized so you can enjoy the rest of your day!
Mom’s (or Dads, or Caregivers) and pre-school children (infants welcome) – New time and start Date: Tuesday Oct 4th at 10:45 am with Penny
Yoga will be introduced through stories, songs, and movement. Fun for adults and children.
One drop in price/family
For those of you interested in doing the Ayurvedic body test to determine your predominant dosha/constitution, see the attached questionnaire.
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Saturday September 24, 2016 – (2- 4 pm) – $ 25.00
The comfort of the body guides us in the restorative practice, and
Allows you to feel/find/explore that place of comfort. Whatever
Arises meet it with the breath. Learn to cultivate a quiet mind and a
Peaceful, joyful heart.
Located in the northern part of Israel, a region surrounded by mountains and the coastline of the Mediterranean, the company was established by two women with only two sewing machines and a dream of creating yoga wear with flare. Over the last 10 years’, production has doubled and they have a presence in all 5 continents.
They are proud to see women in the streets of Singapore, Johannesburg, Los Angeles, Sydney or Paris dressed with margaritas fabulous design, which continues to grow.
Looking for great yoga wear for that special person on your list?
Mountaingoat Yoga and it’s students donate warm socks/underwear/undershirts and gift cards to those less fortunate. Listen to this radio broadcast from one of our students’ daughters about the homeless in Halifax and the different systems that are in place to support them.