Learn Yoga for free! Have you ever been felt curious about how is to practice Yoga? I am, especially since I arrived in Vancouver. It’s amazing how many people practice Yoga and meditation here. In every celebration (even in music festivals) there is always a space for practice this discipline.
Originated in Ancient India, it’s said that provides physical and mental well-being, and a large amount of benefits. Talking with some people while i was writing that post, they told me that Yoga simply changed their lives, because now they can see the problems in other way and they can control the stress and anxiety much better.
So I encourage you to try this discipline, because you can find a million of places where you can learn it for FREE! So take note because you will only need a towel, a foam and a bottle of water. All the following events are designed for beginners. No prior knowledge is necessary; everything is explained.
Free meditations classes
1-1½ hr meetings with practical sessions, video talks by Shri Mataji and guided collective meditations to enjoy, in a relaxed atmosphere. You can join in at any time – just come along.
WHEN: Every Friday at 7 PM
WHERE: Collingwood Neighbourhood House, 5288 Joyce St, Vancouver MAP
UBC Yoga Club, $2 each class!
The UBC Yoga Club seeks to provide yoga to students and faculty looking for a way to wind down, relax, and take a break from the stresses of life.
You can sign up at any of their classes; just make sure to arrive a bit earlier so you’re not late for class. Yearly membership is $10 for UBC students and $20 for everyone else. Each class is $2. Memberships are available throughout the year.
They offer some lessons by donation: on Wednesdays at their Yaletown studio, Thursdays at the Kitsilano studio and Sundays at their South Granville studio. They have 8 locations throughout Vancouver, Burnaby, North Vancouver and Richmond. You can check all the locations here.
They offer free or by donation lessons to the Downtown Eastside community 7 days a week. Check more details here
Namaste, my friends.