Hatha - Vinyasa / Shiva Rea, Ana Forest, Christina Sell
Sandra Comeau, RYT® 500
Sandra is an engaging teacher who teaches a blend of flow and alignment. Her classes are thoughtfully sequenced to help students advance and sustain their yoga practice. She has been a student of yoga for twenty plus years and teaching since 2012. First introduced to yoga as a healing tool after a car accident, it was not long before she discovered yoga's many other benefits on the body, mind and spirit. She holds a deep respect for the practice and its capacity to meet you where you are at and is forever in awe of its ability to serve as an anchor during turbulent times. In addition to being a yoga teacher, Sandra is also a mother, partner, dog lover and educator. She loves being physically active, reading and playing the cello.
Forever a student of the practice, she draws yogic knowledge through multiple sources: her students, self-inquiry, writings and her teachers. Her formal trainings include a 200 hour teaching training in Prana Flow with Shiva Rea; an advanced Teacher training in Forrest Yoga with Ana Forrest and, a 300 hour Certification with Christina Sell and Gioconda Parker. She is a registered yoga teacher at the 500 hour level and is currently working towards her 1000 hour certification.
Jodi has been practicing yoga for the past ten years, but her practice took on a whole new meaning when she began to suffer with anxiety and depression. Seeking a life of wholeness and balance, yoga and meditation have given her the necessary tools needed in order to find balance between effort and ease. She is a 200 HR Kripalu yoga instructor, sharing her practice by encouraging others to listen to the wisdom of their body, meeting their own individual needs in order to move towards self-acceptance and individual growth in a non judgemental way.
She is also a certified Thai Yoga Massage Practioner through the Lotus Palm Toronto and a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner in Training through the Trauma Institute of Dr. Peter A. Levine.
Her practice and teaching seek to integrate mind, body, breath, heart and spirit on a journey of gratitude and being fully alive. You will leave her classes feeling a little more at home within yourself.
Hatha, Restorative Yoga
Amrita discovered yoga over a decade ago, in university, as a way to cope with stress, and fell instantly in love. Always knowing she wanted to be a teacher, it felt natural to teach what she loved best, yoga. She completed her first 200 hr training in 2011, vinyasa and hatha with Catherine Munro, and then she continued her studies in restorative with Andrea Peloso, and even Thai massage through Lotus Palm. In 2016 she studied Tantra in the jungles of Ecuador with Iris Disse and in 2018 dove deeper into Tantra through an intensive and transformational 600 coaching course on love, sex, and relationships with Layla Martin. Amrita classes are intuitively guided with a whole lotta of heart!
Power Yoga, Vinyasa
Stacey completed a 200hr RYT at Power Yoga Canada in 2013. She finds inspiration for her classes from her community, her practice and her own journey with mental health. Her strong sequences challenge you to practice acceptance and vulnerability. Stacey’s classes are thoughtful, light-hearted and powerful. And oh yeah, her dog Carl is really really cute.
Chelsea started to practice yoga when she began University, mostly being drawn to the strength and focus required and the sense of calmness it offered. Little did she know, yoga had so much more to offer. Guided by the empowering and enlightening classes led by the teachers at Myoga, Chelsea slowly began to uncover the powerful effect of conscious breathing and mindful movement on her level of daily gratitude and emotional awareness.
To deepen her yogic experience, Chelsea completed her 200-hour Hatha Yoga Teacher Training with Radiance Yoga & Lifestyle School with Lana Boyuk, where she dove deeper into the qualities of yin and yang, explored how to creatively express herself through yoga sequences, and learned how to create a space for others to do the same... to tune into a state of curiosity, compassion and resilience.
Her classes are designed to stretch and strengthen the body, focusing on postural alignment, and unravel deeply held tension and stress - connecting breath to movement to deepen one’s self-awareness in both mind and body.
Jen is one of the original leaders of yoga in Sudbury and is Co-Owner of Myoga. With 15+ years of teaching experience, she continues to bring a contemporary yoga to the community that is both relevant and transformative.
Jen's classes are thoughtful and challenging with a strong emphasis on alignment and self reflection. She weaves in classical theories and mythologies of yoga in a relatable and uplifting way.
Originally trained by Todd Norian in 2004, Willa has gone on to seek teachings from, amongst others, Sarah Powers, Paul Grilley, Mark Finch, and Mayhar Raz. Her teaching style draws upon her immersion in a variety of subjects, and underlying it rests the foundation of her own life’s experience, its pains and pleasures, and the efforts she’s made to abide at the center.
After sun saluting in various styles and teachers for seven years, Natalie was introduced to the powerful, poetic and understated teachings of Jen Wilson in 2005. She planted a seed and the rest is history and a whole lot of down dogs, blood, sweat and tears. After studying with Baron Baptiste, Jen and Rachel gave her a space and a chance to grow her craft in 2011. Natalie is a certified Baptiste Yoga teacher since 2014.
Originally certified in Sivananda Yoga – 2001, Lana’s unique quest led her to study teachings in Chakra Yoga Flow with Seane Corn, Chakra Psychology with Anodea Judith, 3HO Kundalini Yoga, and Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy, as well as being the second owner of OM Yoga Space from 2004-2011. Lana’s classes are a graceful fusion of fluid Hatha and Kundalini, woven with Chakra psychology, with the pure intention to inspire and support her students to explore and tap into their own personal awareness and intuition, while she catalyzes them to explore moving from a state of fear to one of personal empowerment.
Always challenging herself and her students to abandon judgment and expectations and instead (re)define themselves, Meghan’s goal is to continually reach for higher levels of discovery and loveliness. She embraces new adventures like stand up paddleboard yoga and meditation teacher training with a willingness to up-level herself and the community.
Bobby has been practicing yoga for over 10 years and teaching for 2 years. He came into yoga by chance when his friend told him he’d love Ashtanga yoga, which he was told would compliment his running and workout regiment. He began to love yoga for the sheer physicality but was floored by how relaxed and calm it made him feel. He become addicted.