Mens Yoga w/ Jesse Hohert

Mondays – 5:45-7:00pm

Jan 29th Feb 19, 26 (no class Feb 12) & March 5

$56 tax included or $17 drop-in

This class will be a combination of stretching, strength and balance. An easy introduction to foundational postures and then linking the postures into a routine. Great for the rookie or the athlete that wants a little edge or just more flexibility.  Plus it’s all geared towards a mans body!

About Jesse Hohert:

I did yoga for a few years casually for the physical benefits. I had a degenerative hip injury that
resulted in a total hip replacement at 40 years old. I thought I was done!  But I got back on
the horse, really concentrated at the gym and started practicing Yoga a little more seriously and have never felt better. I have way more strength and flexibily than before my injury. I can mountain bike, backcountry ski, hike with a full backpack and ride a dirt bike on and off the snow!!!. When I don’t practice Yoga, I start to seize up so for me it’s a must if I want to keep moving with fluidity.

Payment can be made on line,  in studio or by e-transfer to

Romper Room

w/ White Spider Arts

Ages 4-7

Tuesdays @ 3:30-4:30pm

February 6 – March 27th

Cost: $64.00

Romper Room is a musical setting for kids of various ages to come together and play organized games and express through movement. We will explore our imaginations through creative movement and fun guided visualizations. Be pizzas that turn into trees suddenly washed away by waves that magically turn us into flying fish! We will be many different artifacts in Night of the Museum which come to life in the dark but then freeze once the lights come on.

Children will hone their skills of balance and agility, rhythm, dance, memory and breath.

Drop Ins are welcome 🙂 Drop in price $10 including tax.

If you are dropping your kids off please plan to pick them up by 4:30pm 🙂  Alisa has other commitments and we don’t want her to be late!

Kids Yoga

Ages 3-6

Wednesdays 3:30 – 4:15pm ~ $32 tax included

Next Session Starts: February 14

This playful and engaging class introduces children to the practice of yoga thru the ABC’s of Yoga! Each class includes yoga postures, breathing exercises, and relaxation taught through using games, songs, or storytelling. Cooperative learning in a non-competitive and supportive environment will help children develop greater self-understanding, focus, body awareness, creativity and self-esteem.

Note: Kids under 5 must be accompanied by an adult or be ok with being left.  Drop ins are welcome after we meet a min of 5 committed, drop in price $10.

Next Sessions:

  • February 14 – March 7
  • March 14 – March 28

Payments can be made on line,  in studio or by e-transfer to

Pre-Teen Theatrical Dance

Thursdays @ 3:30-4:30pm

w/ Miss White Spider Arts

Cost: $60.00

Feb 8- March 15

Ages: 8-12


Program Philosophy:

Participation in this dance promotes self-confidence, self-esteem, and a strong sense of self-identity and a lively imagination. When students are able to express feelings and ideas through artistic movement, they gain self-awareness and often self-acceptance. Creative movement experiences promote both self-reflection and a deeper appreciation for others. The communal nature of dance learning often helps students who might otherwise feel isolated or alienated in group settings.

We will explore gross motor skills such as balance, coordination, timing, agility, co-operation and leadership skills

Course structure:

3:30 – 3:40 Opening circle

3:40 – 3:45 Guided visualization movement

3:45 – 4:00  Theatrical Dance Components

4:00 – 4:10 Props and partners

4:15 – 4:20 Free Style

4:25 – Closing circle

Drop In’s are welcome after we meet minimum registration.  Drop in cost $12 per child and all genders are welcome!

If you are dropping your kids off please plan to pick them up by 4:30pm 🙂  Alisa has other commitments and we don’t want her to be late!

Kundalini Sundays!

Sundays Feb 25, May 6, and June 10th @ 1:30-3:00pm

w/ Anna Marsh

$25 per class including tax

Super charge your body, mind and spirit with this technology! Kundalini yoga uses practices of breathing (pranayama), movement (asana), meditation and chanting mantras which work on the nervous and glandular systems creating noticeable effects.  These can include energy, sharpened intuition, feelings of well being and motivation.  Join Anna Marsh for three 90 minute classes focussing on different aspects of this yoga. Each class will include focussed pranayama, kriya (yoga set), deep relaxation and meditation.  Classes are open to all levels.

Sunday, February 25th 1:30-3pmDevelop Your Super Power!  Intuition exists within us all but has been undeveloped and forgotten by society over generations.  The focus of this class will be on stimulating  the pituitary gland or Ajna Chakra the seat of our intuition.

Sunday, May 6th 1:30-3pmRelax and Let Go of Fear!  We all have emotions which keep us stuck in old patterns and habits.  This class works on releasing Fear so that we can move forward to a more serene and joy filled life.

Sunday, June 10th  1:30-3pmDetox and Recharge!  We become weighted down under the ash of metabolism and remnants of old emotions.  This class focuses on moving energy of the body and mind to keep us light and vitalized.

Anna Marsh will be forever grateful for the running injury which prompted her to try yoga.  Not only was it helpful in her physical recovery, it also gave her the spiritual path she had been seeking.  In 2012 she received her certification in Hatha yoga at the Salt Spring Centre of Yoga.  She began teaching at Sun and Sage Yoga in Quesnel, BC.  Always on a quest, she attended some specialized yoga courses, such as Yin Yoga, Yoga for Cancer and Trauma Sensitive Yoga training.  She discovered Kundalini yoga via Beyond Addiction: A Yogic Path to Recovery, a 16 week Kundalini based program.  Thus began her love of this practice.  Anna became certified as a Kundalini Yoga teacher in 2015.  She spends most of her time in Vancouver, where she teaches and works at Yoga West.  She also is involved in the Beyond Addiction program, sharing the techniques which have enhanced her life.  Along with being a yoga instructor, Anna is a licensed hairstylist.  She regularly returns to the Cariboo serving her longtime hair clients and guest teaching Hatha, Vinyassa, Yin and Kundalini yoga.

For those interested in a deeper connection with Kundalini Yoga, Anna will be bringing a variety of books and cd’s to purchase. Cash or credit cards will be accepted.

Iyengar Yoga – Gentle

Wednesday 10-11:15 am

February 28 – March 28th

Iyengar Yoga is one of the most widely practised methods of yoga in the world—a balanced practice of active and restorative postures, introduced in a progressive and safe way.  This beginner-friendly class is gentle, yet invigorating.  Emphasis is on exploring each pose and how you can do it in a way that benefits you, rather than on posture flows.  Practise a range of basic yoga postures, with extra time allowed for individual modifications of the poses. Improve balance, build strength and increase mobility. Newcomers welcome!

Contact Katalin for more about this class and her complete teaching schedule at 250-305-9642 or

Next Sessions:

  • February 28 – March 28th