Please call or email Kim at 250-804-9427 email@example.com to arrange for a gift certificate.
We wish Cheryl all the best when she leaves at the end of October. Her baby is due in mid November and we hope to have her back in the clinic in the Spring. Brittany is covering Cheryl’s days in the clinic and between Kim and Brittany, we will be open Monday to Saturday most weeks.
We are expanding our space to include the room next door, and welcoming Britt Jonat from Squamish into our practice. She will be starting with Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. Welcome Britt!
Now Located in our Clinic at Optimal Health Massage Therapy.
Thursday Morning Therapeutic Yoga 9-10:30am.
We are offering small size, individual support if you have any specific injuries or goals. Great class for anyone wanting body care basics or would like to learn some yogic techniques for healing any aches and pains.
Drop In or Preregistration Available.
15$ Drop In
Please Bring a Yoga Mat and Blanket.
We Have Moved- June 1st 2015
#2, 661 Ross St, Salmon Arm BC
You will find us across from the Prestige Inn, Within the Holistic Health Center.
Please park in spots not marked Reserved. The spaces on the West end of the building are not ours.
Thank you Everyone for making our first year a success! A huge thank you to Namaste Yoga and Nancy Whitticase for sharing space with us and the warm support. However In lieu of making our services better we are moving to offer the following improvements.
Quieter Clinic Space, Ample Free Parking , & Ground Level Entrance.
We appreciate the positive feedback on our Online Booking System and will keep that working for you. If you have any other feedback to offer feel free to let us know. We wish you a wonderful spring and summer. Stretch, Stay Active & Enjoy Life! Kim & Cheryl
For anyone interested in learning more about Cardiovascular Health and Yoga I have found an interesting new Study.
While the article did not share specific poses practiced or style of yoga, it still brings up the interesting question….. Is yoga as beneficial for cardiovascular health as regular aerobic exercise? I have found from my personal home practice that even when tired, burnt out, maybe recovering from cold or flu. Even a gentle yoga practice maintains my cardiovascular health and when I return back to my hikes, swimming my endurance is maintained. Reflecting on my introduction to yoga now 10 years ago, I remember going for a run some 5 months into my practice after not running for years due to a back injury and recalling the surprising ease and comfort in my breathing and body during the activity. For those of you interested in the article here is the link. 🙂