Danika turned to yoga after retiring as a competitive gymnast and soccer player. First drawn to the physical aspects, she used asanas to maintain her strength and flexibility. After completing her YTT program and obtaining a degree in kinesiology from Brock University, Danika has continued her ongoing education through continuous workshops and conferences. She focuses on alignment and anatomy.

Classes with Danika target the whole body. While flexibility is important, Danika ensures that strength is built within that range of motion to prevent susceptibility to injury.

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Lacey has a background in dance and music and was naturally drawn to the practice of Yoga (it was love at first downward dog). Yoga quickly became a lifestyle, improving both her physical and mental health, inspiring her to become a Certified Yoga Teacher. Lacey passionately promotes the benefits of Yoga, with the belief that it is accessible to every body. In Lacey's class, leave your expectations of what yoga "should" look like at the door, and instead expect to be gently challenged, have fun, and leave feeling empowered. 



Holly has been instructing Yoga for just over 4 years, with experience in Hatha and Vinyasa style Yoga.  Her interests lie in alignment based practice, connecting mind, body and soul.  Her focus is on aiding students in developing a deep connection and understanding of their bodies.  Forever a student, Holly is constantly striving to learn more in the field of Yoga.

Holly will be away for the month of July as she is completing her 500 hours in Peru!



Brittany has completed her 500 Hour Advanced Yoga Teacher Training at Yogaspace, Toronto. Specific areas of study she pursued included Therapeutic Yoga, Restorative Yoga, Flow Yoga, Advanced Hatha, Pre-Natal, and Adapting Asana for People with Limited Mobility. After completing both of the 200 and 300 hour programs Brittany feels she has only just begun one of the greatest journeys of her life…

Having studied closely with Kathryn Beet, Patricia White and Hali Schwartz, Brittany has developed a style of teaching that respects the individuality of each practitioner regarding flexibility, alignment, breathing patterns and mental state of mind. With interests in all styles of yoga, the therapeutic aspects, take the fore-front in each of her classes. She places permanence on the direction of breath and surrender in every pose. Allowing students ample opportunity to release tension and holding in body and mind…

Brittany’s main passion lies in re-connecting her students body and mind awareness through the direction of breath and physical surrender or “letting go”. She believes this encourages people to experience themselves as a whole, breathing, healthy body. People can expect to leave her class feeling centred, at ease, and with a heart uplifted.