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Sweet Kula’s  Hatha class is for anyone interested in yoga: a student with no yoga experience, the beginner, athletic individuals looking for cross-training and students who value insight into the practice. Similarly, it’s perfect for anyone who wants to learn  movements that are different from their regular routine. Hatha yoga teaches body awareness, breath control and combining breath with movement. Most importantly, students are not required to be “bendy” or know yoga philosophy and approaching the class with ease and humour is very helpful.

Accessible to all levels. Do what feels right and good in your body!

Restorative + Yoga Nidra

Restorative + Yoga Nidra is a combined practice, beginning with select Restorative poses. Students will transition to Yoga Nidra, described as a state of conscious deep sleep – a simple yet profound meditation that unwinds the nervous system and induces complete physical and mental relaxation with inner awareness.

This is a practice to enrich, soothe and nourish one’s everyday experience of life. It provides a space to lie down, listen and find yourself connecting with all you are and everything that is.

Feel free to bring a cozy sweater, blanket, socks or eye pillow.

Accessible to all levels. Do what feels right and good in your body!


Vinyasa is a style of practice which harmonizes the breath with movement, designed “to place in a special way”. The practice blends together dynamic and fluid yoga postures with stationary (static) ones. Each class unfolds using simple yoga postures to more complex and challenging poses, subsequently reaching a peak pose or peak sequence.  Breath techniques (pranayama) and meditation are an important foundation of yoga and commonly incorporated in a vinyasa class. Above all, the practice honours the body, mind and spirit in the present moment, striving to cultivate the qualities of sthira (steadiness) and sukha (comfort of being).

All classes accessible to all levels except Wednesday Night Workshop, which varies in offering postures including headstand, binding, or arm balances.

Please note: To avoid insomnia, backbending in evening classes is limited and at the discretion of the student.

Do what feels right and good in your body!


Yin is based on teachings codified by Paul Grilley and championed by Canada’s Bernie Clark. The focus is on connective tissue, especially the fascia and major joints. Clark writes that the yin practice, using long holds, “creates and maintains healthy tissue, rather than exaggerating range of motion”. As a result, this practice helps with everyday life activities, whether it’s doing a shoulder check or applying force to a joint during physical activity. Meanwhile, those long holds develop a body awareness that requires lots of patience, grace and attention to the breath.

It is essential to inform the instructor of any injuries or limitations so modifications can be considered. Wear extra clothes, including socks, so the body is warm.

Accessible to all levels. Do what feels right and good in your body!