studio events and workshops

Crystal Bowls

On the last Thursday of every month (unless otherwise specified)  we have Darren Austin Hall play for our 8pm Music class (Moksha Flow). Darren and his crystal bowls aid in creating a safe space for self reflection, emotional release and growth. 


Quartz Crystal Singing Bowls have unique healing qualities, and have been hailed as power objects throughout the world, said to emit energy via vibrations. All levels are encouraged to participate in this fun and powerful experience. 

Upcoming dates:
September 18th 8pm
October 16th 8pm


Speak your Peace Class w/ Brendan Canning

September 21st @ 6pm 
$10 donation- going to Amnesty International

Express your peace. Following breath, dance through a 75 minute Moksha Flow accompanied by the live music of Brendan Canning from Toronto band, Broken Social Scene. All proceeds go to Amnesty International’s peace initiatives. So join Moksha Downtown teacher, Emily Vettese, as she guides you through a series of effort and ease so as a community we can explore being peace, or as Brendan would say, “You gots 2 chill.”

Sign up HERE

Building Strength through Yoga


September 23h- October 28th

A 6 week course for $125 plus HST
(20 % of for members, teachers & trades)

Tuesday Nights 5:15-6:30pm

Join Kathryn Bruni-Young for this pre-registered course on using yoga and body weight movement to build a strong and functional body. Over the course of six weeks students will be led through different sequences to address all areas of the body including, upper body strength, wrists, lower body, core, back and everything in between. Great for all levels, students wishing to learn new tricks to build upon their practice and teachers hoping to spice up their own classes. 

Sign up in advance HERE

Acupuncture and Deep Relaxation with Dr. Allison Creech

With Dr. Allison Creech---- Rest, relax, and chill out with acupuncture. Naturopathic Doctor Allison Creech will provide a treatment designed to promote balance and reduce stress while you listen to a guided meditation and experience a deep savasana.

Wear comfortable clothes, and bring your yoga mat.  You may also want to bring towel or blanket for extra comfort.

DATES: Sept 21, Oct 26, Nov 30

$25 (20% off for members)


Kevin Courtney

Friday Oct 10th 6-9pm - Open to Students
$65 Sign up HERE

Finding the Twist - w/ Kevin Courtney

Twists, when approached intelligently have the capacity to bring our awareness deep into the core of the body, massage the internal organs and stimulate the release of unconsciously held tension. 

In this asana based workshop we’ll explore twisting our way into a clear, luminous and awakened state of stillness. Combing alignment based techniques, some philosophical reference points, breathing practices and meditation, the aim of this time together will be experiencing clarity both deep in the body and mind.


Kevin Courtney is recognized for his innovative and authentic teaching style, weaving classical Hatha yoga and contemporary Vinyasa sequences with the ancient art of Qi Gong, and Kundalini kriyas. 

Inspired by his primary teacher Nikki Costello, and influenced by the teachings of Richard Freeman, Swami Satchidananda, & B.K.S. Iyengar, his goal is to foster an inspired learning environment so students can explore for themselves the deeper meaning of the practice.

Kevin is also a founding member of Nada Sadhana. A music project creating contemporary instrumental music for yoga and movement. Their first album, Volume I: The Brooklyn Sessions, became one of the most listened to albums in yoga studios across the country and is available on iTunes. They currently are in the studio recoding Vol. II: The Nosara Sessions.

He lives in Brooklyn New York, teaches at Kula Yoga Project and holds workshops, trainings and retreats around the globe.