We are often asked at the studio, where to begin… how to start a yoga practice. The simple answer is to stop everything else that you are doing. The stopping is not easy though. Begin by sitting. From the stopping and sitting and stillness, we will lead you. We will guide you though the flowing dance between the effort and ease, the coordination of the breath, the moving poses and quieting of the mind. Begin by sitting with us. New members always welcome & special pricing applies.
Guided Classes, Restorative Therapies & Yoga School YOGA We offer classes for all ages and abilities so that you are able to Release, Align, Connect and Move in ways that will serve you best. You will always be supported in your learning and movement practice here. If you are new to Yoga, find class descriptions to help you determine where to begin on our Yoga Class Tab above. If you are seeking a deeper connection to your practice, consider our Teacher Training program. LIVE WELL Everyone deserves balance. You do not have to be flexible, strong or enlightened to begin
Please join us at Yoga Truly Grimsby, Saturday, December 9 from 2-5pm AND Yoga Truly Port Colborne, Sunday, December 10 from 12-3pm For our annual holiday market. Shop for unique gifts from local artisans and businesses. Vendor Spotlight # 1….. LOLE! This community-oriented, Montreal-based women’s active-wear brand (which stands for Live Out Loud Everyday) will be popping up in both studios offering our members and community the opportunity to shop for clothing and accessories. Lyndsay Winch and her staff from Oakville LOLE will be on hand to answer questions and help in any way that’s needed. WE 💛 LOLE!!
Monday August 21st was a very significant day for Yoga Truly! Not only were we honored to experience the solar eclipse but also witnessed our old studio being torn down at the same time as renovations began in our new space! Tuesday September 5th Yoga Truly Grimsby will re-open in our new permanent studio location at 14 Elizabeth St When we were unexpectedly forced to close our Main St E. location in July after damage from the fire, we were grateful to meet and begin working with Ada and Tim DeLong and Trail Ridge Montessori where we have been running
Yoga teaches us to gracefully surrender that which is not meant for us and be open to new possibilities and beginnings. We are so full of love! Our yoga family and entire community have filled us to the brim with support, encouragement and enthusiasm to let go of our beloved Yoga Truly Studio at 4 Main St. East in Grimsby which was involved in the big three alarm Grimsby fire of July 6 and rebuild. We have been offered many options, from dance and karate halls, our fellow yoga studios to gyms and schools. We are so grateful. We are
Marie Ruggiero joined Yoga Truly in May and shared with us why she has become a studio regular. How long have you been practicing yoga? I really just started seriously practicing yoga with Claire in May with the 3 month membership. Why Yoga Truly? I had an opportunity to see Claire in action at my school. She came to teach the small kids yoga and my office is right in the library, so I was able to listen in and watch a bit. I just loved the progress that I was able to see with the kids. I had surgery
This month, three of our younger yogis, Alyssa, 12, who wants to be a competitive swimmer and yoga teacher; Maya, 11, who wants to be a musician; and Jordana, 9, who wants to be a teacher and yoga teacher share why they love yoga and their insights on how they use yoga in their everyday lives. Q: Why do you come to yoga? And why do you love yoga? M: Yoga makes me happy. I get excited for it when I’m at school because it makes me feel relaxed and i feel happy doing it. J: It makes me believe
For some, yoga is an instant love. For others, it takes trying it a few times to find the right fit. For Claire Matthews it was the latter, she was introduced to yoga in 2004 by a friend who convinced her to try a Bikram class. Bikram is a style of yoga practiced in a room heated to 40°C. She explains, “I felt like I wanted to throw up, I sat down for half of the class, and then at the end of the class we both got in the elevator and after what felt like 20 minutes we both
Extended Triangle Pose is a revitalizing posture that encompasses the entire body. It is a hip opener, core strengthener, side bend, twist, and heart opener. The posture requires complete physical and emotional balance of energy—the feet need to be grounded and weighted equally, balanced by the heart, and the hips (our emotional junk drawer) feeling secure enough to open. It requires you to confidently take up space on your mat and in the room to fully express the pose. Beginners and even advanced students often find this pose to be exceptionally challenging. Don’t feel compelled to push through the posture
This week I had the pleasure of interviewing one of Yoga Truly’s teachers in training-Rebecca Taube. Rebecca is a joyful, carefree, and a wise 25-year-old woman who owns nothing more than a suitcase full of clothes and the three dogs she adores. Stirred by the quote by Gandhi, “Attachment is the root of all suffering”, which she read in the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, Rebecca made the bold decision to shed all of her possessions. She discovered that by discarding the clutter in her life she was able to make room for the things that really matter, the things she