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Sabrina A.
Report | 2 months ago
Great instructors
Agi D.
Report | 4 months ago
Great place
Layla B.
Report | 6 months ago
I love the studio it's beautiful just the location is horrible to get to and get out off because off Vaughan mills mall
Nathalie P.
Report | a year ago
Great place. Class size can be a bit large.
Marina G.
Report | a year ago
The facilities are very nice and clean, I am enjoying my yoga classes. It would be ideal to replace the shower heads, they don't stream evenly making it difficult for a body shower.
Melissa V.
Report | a year ago
Stephanie B.
Report | 2 years ago
I wish the classrooms were a bit bigger, they seem to get really packed during some classes.
Report | 2 years ago
keep up the good work
Paolo M.
Report | 2 years ago
Amazing classes ! New to the world of Yoga!! Would def recommend !! Professional staff and a clean environment !!
Lia C.
Report | 2 years ago
Amazing studio!!!
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If Trish Stratus had continued to pursue her dreams of becoming a doctor, would she have ever performed a flying leg drop from the top turnbuckle? Maybe on her lunch break, but that wasn?t the way things played out for the seven-time WWE champion. While studying biology at York University, an unforeseen faculty strike indirectly led Status toward her wrestling and modelling career. After several years in the athletic and entertainment businesses, she eventually retired in 2006, discovering that her pursuits left her with a herniated disc. While seeking rehabilitation, Trish re-discovered yoga. It was this ancient practice that allowed Stratus a way to keep the pain at bay before finally giving it the boot for good.

Today, Stratus shares that discovery with others within the earthy-hued walls of her 5,200 square foot eco-friendly facility. She divides her sleek space into three separate practice areas specifically designed for each level of her three-tiered program, entitled spirit (beginner), shape (intermediate), and strength (advanced). She and her team of passionate yogis lead these classes atop joint friendly cork floors and ensure a clean practice space by regularly sanitizing the studio with biodegradable cleaning products. Click here for a virtual tour of the facility.

In addition to taking yoga classes, visitors can partake in Zumba and Pilates classes or stop by for regular workshops that focus on topics such as meditation and kids' yoga. Guests may also spend some alone time in the lounge where they can kick back and read a selection of material from the yoga library.

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