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Events 2019

What happened this Spring
Workshops featured Inner Strengthening, a series of four intensives to work on the Immune system, the Nerves and Brain. 21st June was the International Day of Yoga. We joined the worldwide community in an evening yoga practice, followed by strawberry shortcake and tiramisu. Santosha donated the proceeds to the Halton Women's Place.

Looking forward to Fall - watch this space for details!

Starting in September
The monthly intensive practices will focus on Body Maintenance for the Twenty-first Century.

Other Events

14th December
Our traditional celebration marking the 101st anniversary of our Guru's birth

Boxing Day, 26th December
A morning shake-up practice after the indulgences of Christmas

Student Comments

“Just wanted to take this opportunity, after so many years of practice with you, to thank you for your uncanny ability to consistently know whatever ails me, If I happen to come to class with either an emotional disturbance or physical discomfort, I come away feeling miraculously righted! Your Iyengar instruction works for me wonderfully, much appreciated, Davina!" M-L.S, Grimsby.

"Dear Davina, just want to let you know that my hips and pelvis feel so light after class today. I don’t think I ever experienced that even in my 20’s. Wow! Thank you!" L.B. Ancaster.

"Thanks for another great workshop! I could really feel my core after the sequence on the Immune System." L.C. Burlington.

“Thank you for such a wonderful class last Saturday (the one on the nervous system) . It was challenging in great ways." M.B. Burlington.

“Thank you for a lovely class last night!  I felt wonderful and relaxed!" P. G, Burlington, after a Pranayama class.

Register for all workshops and events at the studio,
by text to 905 876 4839

or email @   Santosha Yoga

Payment by cash, cheque, or e-transfer.

Wish you had attended these events? Keep checking this site for more announcements.

"Yogah cittavrtti nirodhah"

"The practice of yoga brings about the cessation of emotional disturbances."

Yoga Sutra I:2