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Studio 2 for Yoga and Wellness
Thank you for voting us Reader's Choice for Best Yoga Instruction for TWO YEARS running!
We are locally owned and operated for over 10 years. We have a built a solid yoga community in Georgetown.
WE NOW HAVE HOT YOGA!
These classes will revolve around our existing schedule. Please check our Schedule page. - NOTE: we reduce our schedule in the summer which means we will also reduce the number of hot yoga classes offered. We will ramp up our schedule in the Fall when it gets colder out for those who prefer to practice in a hot studio when it's cold outside!
Noelle's goal for the studio is to bring more Sridaiva (Shree-Dye-vah) to the studio. Why? Because when you are constantly in pain, Sridaiva helps. When you open your body in this new way, you open your heart and happiness ensues!
Studio 2 Yoga runs a 250 hour teacher training in Georgetown, and a 200 hour teacher training in Thunder Bay. The Thunder Bay school is called Lakehead School of Yoga.
Both the Georgetown and the Thunder Bay Schools are recognized by the Government of Ontario as private career colleges which means your tuition may be eligible for a tax credit.
Both Georgetown and the Thunder Bay Schools are also registered with the Yoga Alliance (.org) which means school credentials are checked, standards are met, and graduates can apply to be Registered Yoga Teachers (RYT) with the Alliance.
We are currently working on a slow-cert for Georgetown which means you can take your time getting your certification. Workshops will be posted soon. You must complete all workshops in order to graduate from the program. We are excited to be offering this option to those in the Georgetown and surrounding area: Milton, Erin, Guelph, Mississauga, Brampton and beyond.
Our Vision is to create a space for Yoga and Wellness. Each Instructor has their own unique way of teaching both yoga asana and spiritual practices. We don't just get you to stretch, we get you to experience a profound healing of mind and body through theme.
We have instructors who are: RMT, RN Nurse, Yoga therapists, Thai Massaage Therapists, Touch for Health Therapists. What does this mean to you? If you have an injury, we pay special attention to you! After all, it is YOUR yoga practice and not our time to practice a routine.
That said, our class that is called "The Practice" was designed as a discount class for you ($8 +hst) because it is taught by our Teacher Trainers, so it is their time to practice teaching yoga for you.
I am always looking for ways to bring yoga to YOU. I have created a book to help get relief from the signs and symptoms of PMS (such as back and groin pain, irritability, cramps, bloating). Anyone can do the routine, it is a great way to open the energy pathways in the body.
Click the link to purchase my new book: Living La Vita Yoga PMS Flow. Get relief from cramps, bloating and back pain with this combination of yoga asana, energy medicine, acupressure holding points and breathing techniques.
I like to do this routine when I feel stiff in the morning. Available to download to iPad too!!!
Now available to purchase at the Studio.
Discover Yoga! It's for everyone. People of all ages and fitness levels can benefit from doing yoga.
Yoga improves balance, coordination, flexibility and strength. It stimulates all of the internal organs, calms the nervous system, restores and rejuvenates the body. Yoga reduces stress and makes you feel better both physically and emotionally.
Yoga is beneficial to weight loss, stress reduction and recovery from injury.
Visit the "wellness" page to purchase my book: Living La Vita Yoga (TM). A 5 month, 5 layer, 5 step program!
Visit the "classes" page for downloadable MP4 of recorded classes.
Finding the right yoga teacher can be a daunting task. You may have friends that love a certain teacher, a certain style of yoga or the ambiance of a certain yoga studio. It can all become quite confusing and a bit overwhelming.
When looking for a yoga teacher, be sure to investigate the yoga studio first. Ask questions of the yoga instructor such as:
Q: How many class do they teach a week?
Q: How long have they been teaching?
Q: Where did they study yoga?
Q: Are they certified with a governing body?
Q: Do they practice yoga themselves?
Q: Do they teach a variety of yoga classes/ specialize in a particular style of yoga?
Q: Do they follow a set routine?
Q: Do they know how to deal with limitations and injuries?
Q: Where is the studio?
Below, I have included an article by the Yoga Alliance (a governing body that sees it's members adhere to strict guidelines on ethics and re-certification) that addresses some of the common questions listed above.