Our Vibrant & Passionate Team:

Lindsey

Lindsey Corrigan is a registered Physiotherapist, Anatomical Acupuncturist, and 200 hour trained yoga teacher. Lindsey lives a life fueled by movement in the mountains, and loves how yoga compliments the activities she loves! She feels yoga brings meaningful awareness to the body and mind which helps strengthen, protect, and maximize our full potential. Lindsey completed her teacher training with Meghan Currie E-RYT, Genieve Burley D.C., E-RYT, and Dr. Madan Bali.

Kenley

Kenley received her 200hr RYT Certificate from Semperviva Yoga in Vancouver in 2014 and received 95hrs of Children’s Yoga Teacher training in 2015. She has been a ballet teacher since 2006 and in 2010 she received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Calgary with a specialization in Ballet and Associate Certificate from Cecchetti International Classical Ballet. Kenley's classes range in energy from calm and mindful to fun and playful. She loves to connect with her students (children, teens and adults) in a genuine and honest way, offering an ear to listen and guidance if asked. For Kenley, building an understanding in the importance of community, self-love and mindfulness is a special opportunity; she works hard to ensure that her students develop the skills to bring these practices into their daily lives. She believes the more we sweat, the closer we get to our hearts and our deepest desires. By incorporating a strong practice with moments of silence and stillness she hopes to create a space where students feel safe and comfortable to truly be in the present.

Veronika

Veronika came from the Czech Republic to explore our mountains and decided to stay! She loves doing yoga as a part of her active outdoor life, her style focuses more on how to stretch simply and in heathy way. She shows you how to make your body happy through her Back Care Yoga Workshops. Her personal experiences with scoliosis and back pain since childhood, have made her passionate about yoga’s restorative properties & healthy movement for pain relief. For her, yoga is a way to balance our active lives and give a piece of peace to our always wondering minds.

In her classes, she likes to make her students feel relaxed and unwind by providing light massages or hands on yoga adjustments, usually finishing her classes by deep meditation of Yoga Nidra.

Her motto is: "Chillax and let that shit go!"