Esther Myers Yoga Studio offers yoga workshops in Toronto. Each workshop is unique and allows you to focus on a specific theme. Please register in advance.
Toronto Workshops at Esther Myers Yoga Studio
Thursday, September 12, 6:15pm
Presentation begins at 6:30pm. RSVP
For those interested in becoming a yoga teacher, enhancing a previous training or simply deepening their own practice and knowledge. There is a new non-academic option for those not intending to teach. Please enquire.
Thursday, September 19, with Julia Juhas
Welcome fall and rejuvenate your yoga practice with some live music. Relax, go deep and soak up the soothing sounds of an acoustic guitar and a singer’s voice as you ground, breathe and elongate the spine. Take your time, gently move and why not hum or sing along if you wish? Any song requests, please email Julia directly at email@example.com and she will do her best to accommodate.
Monday, September 23, with Tama Soble
Take your yoga outdoors. Feel the ground underneath your feet and allow nature to enliven your practice. Please pack a water bottle and bring a yoga mat.
We will meet outside the Heath Street exit of the St. Clair West Subway Station at 8:45am.
Thursday, October 3, with Tama Soble
$10 minimum donation will go to The Native Canadian Centre of Toronto
The Jewish High Holidays offer an annual opportunity for reflection on the themes of forgiveness, renewal, repentance and rebirth, ideas that have relevance to all individuals from any background.
Join us for an evening of gentle meditation and conversation. For anyone preparing for Yom Kippur or simply interested in these universal human issues.
Sunday, October 6, with Donna Oliver
This lovely set is an old Qigong style from the Wudang Mountains. We will focus on the first 5 moves of the 12 move set, gently stretching and strengthening the tissues and channels for health maintenance, deeper breath, a calm mind and stress reduction. This set can be done sitting or standing.
Sunday, October 6, with John Campbell
Yoga nidra is a meditation practice that dates back to the time of the Upanishads. Today, yoga nidra is widely used both as meditation and as a therapeutic tool for PTSD, other psychological trauma and distress. Yoga nidra is an experiential practice that produces a state of deep relaxation, similar to sleep, in which we remain aware. From this place, we experience, notice and welcome the comings and goings of different aspects and layers of the self, such as physical sensations, feelings, emotions, thoughts and beliefs. In yoga nidra, we are given the opportunity to feel past all these fluctuations and rest in stillness.
Sunday, November 3, with Mariko Tanabe
10:30am–5:00pm, $65/morning only, $120/full day
Through movement, touch and meditation, discover the clarity, support and freedom that awareness and release of ligaments and fascia can bring to your movement and physical presence.
This workshop is open to bodyworkers, people with movement practices, and to all who have an interest in exploring self and the body. No previous experience is required.
Friday, December 13, with Monica Voss
1:00pm – 3:00pm, $40
Making sounds, whether deliberate or spontaneous, is a strategy the body/brain/mind uses to release stress and restore energy. In this workshop, we will practise a variety of structured and non-structured sound-making to rediscover the voice as a tool for relaxation, empowerment and self-expression.
This workshop is open to everyone.