KULA FRIENDS

WELLNESS FRIENDS

Athletic Therapist (Extraordinaire)

Meaghan Maynard   (780-289-7653)

Meaghan is one of the very talented athletic trainers who works with varsity athletes and the general public. She has fixed my body more times that I can say and more than she likely cares to think about. She knows how to work with active bodies and honours every person’s journey.

Pilates Powerhouse

Marti Boyle, owner and lead instructor, is gifted and encouraging, kind and fun. She’s also uber stylish.

Athletic Training

Luc Mercier is the lead trainer at this small, but mighty, gym. He knows his stuff and is a really nice guy.

Physiotherapy Genius

Albert Chan comes highly recommended by one of the most body-aware yogis on the face of the planet. You’re in good hands with Albert.

124 STREET FRIENDS

Elixir for the Soul

Acquired Taste Tea Company

Tasha Weenk, owner, is the most lovely and knowledgeable tea lady. Step inside and it smells like a candy store. Sweet!

Iconoclast has been open for awhile now in the Oliver Exchange. Ryan, the owner, is very cool. So is the space. And just when I thought it couldn’t get any better, they added wine! Coffee or wine, it’s a perfect spot to unwind after a yoga class.

Ascendant Books

Edmonton’s longest running source for treasures to feed the mind, body and soul.

My friend Wally loves the French loaf (he knows his loafs). Apparently, so does half of Edmonton, based on the Saturday morning line-up. This is the place for an amazing treat AFTER a Saturday morning Sunrise Yoga (8-9am)!

             

Pura Botanicals and So Pretty Cara Cotter have created a space together that is truly beautiful, makes beautiful things and reminds clients that they too are beautiful.

Cool Buzz Creators

A small, but mighty team, Janis, Vanessa and Caroline focus on the beauty, fashion and lifestyle industries, working with clients who care about positive social impact. These women are very, very cool.

Because you have great style!

Chelaine and her staff want to make shopping easy and fun. And they do! Check them out.

Shades of Grey is a family run, locally owned, one on one boutique that has fabulous clothes. Worth popping in.

COMMUNITY FRIENDS

This is a wonderful second hand home decor store. Best of all, the proceeds stay in Edmonton and benefit individuals and families moving out of homelessness through Housing First.

The gallery where you find beautiful crafts by Alberta artists. Located at 10186-106 Street NW.

Podcast by Tomato Magazine Editor Mary Bailey and Amanda LeNeve who talk all things food culture.