Yoga Fitness: 
November 3-4, 8am-5pm and December 1-2, 8am-5pm
This 35 hour course teaches the postures outlined in the Fit Flow Yoga Fitness manual and their modifications.You will also learn basic breathing and relaxation exercises, cueing and sequencing.​


Fitness Fundamentals:

January 12, 8am-5pm

A minimum 8 hour course covering topics specific to leading group exercise classes. Topics included are: leadership, trends and media, history, legal responsibility and accountability, class components, music, movement and cueing, developing movement combinations, exercise analysis, and special populations


​Sports Conditioning: 
January 13, 8am-5pm
A 8 hour course covering topics specific to leading group exercise/sport conditioning classes. This practical based course will cover specific information for planning and developing circuit training classes. Topics include: use of portable equipment, evolution, research and guidelines, class structure and content; planning, class components, use of music, leadership; equipment exercises, movement combinations, instruction and cueing.


Resistance Training:
April 13-14, 8am-5pm
This 20 hour course teaches individuals how to design and instruct beginner to intermediate resistance training programs for group settings such as weight room supervision or resistance training classes.This is course is required for MFC individual fitness leader certification.


​Pre/Post Natal Instructor: 
July 7, 8am-5pm
In this 8 hour workshop you’ll learn the specific changes to the mother’s body as it relates to her participation in exercise and fitness classes.This course is available to all those currently certified as Fitness Leaders with the OFC and will allow the fitness leader to be prepared for questions and concerns regarding exercise and the changing needs of the mother.


Exercise Theory: 
September 8-9, 8am-5pm
Learn the basic theory behind fitness classes including fitness leadership,anatomy, physiology, applied movement mechanics, principles of training, workout design and basic nutrition.


Yoga Teacher Training 


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Group Classes

Gentle Restorative Yoga:

Wednesday, 7:30-8:30pm
Gentle restorative yoga helps relax and rejuvenate the body in many different ways. It is the centering of your breath and body -  aligning the physical and mental balance by practicing stillness or gentle movement for extended periods of time. It helps release negative energy in your body with deep breathing and slow deliberate yoga postures.

Ontario Fitness Courses

Yoga Events


Have an event coming up and want to try something different?  Yoga would be perfect:  Team Building, Baby Shower, Bridal Party, Birthday Celebration; we can accommodate all!  Come spend a morning, afternoon or  evening doing Yoga with your friends, family or co-workers.  You can book with one of our fully trained teachers to make your event a success.  The package can vary based on the event but can include:  1 hr or more of yoga, time afterwards for non-alcoholic refreshments and food brought in by you.

Feel free to contact us for your party needs!  


Wednesday

Yoga Lifestyle: 
January 5-6, 8:30am-5pm
Yoga is more than what is completed on the mat. This course compares eastern and western medicine. An exploration into Ayurveda, chakras, kriyas, doshas and sattvic diets will help participants make yoga part of their everyday life.
 This module can be taken on its own as continuing education for current yoga teachers. Modules do not have to be taken in order and anyone interested in starting their teacher training may register at any time.


Intermediate Asana: 

February 2-3, 8:30am-5pm
This course will examine some of the more challenging hatha postures. Learn the history of the poses, how cue, spot and modify to ensure client safety. Two key practical components of this course are introduction to inversions and introduction to props. This course will also review the legal responsibilities for yoga instructors and reinforce safety-first.
 This module can be taken on its own as continuing education for current yoga teachers. Modules do not have to be taken in order and anyone interested in starting their teacher training may register at any time.


Pranayama: 
March 2-3, 8:30am-5pm
Breath is life. This course will highlight some of the different breathing practices one can incorporate into their yoga practice and teaching. Drawing on several different styles of yoga participants will learn how to cue different breath meditations to calm and connect body and mind.
This module can be taken on its own as continuing education for current yoga teachers. Modules do not have to be taken in order and anyone interested in starting their teacher training may register at any time.


Teaching Methodology: 
April 6-7, 8:30am-5pm
No two learners are the same. Explore different learning theories and put them into practice. Discover the science of verbal and non-verbal communication and how to effectively use both during a yoga class. During this course you will practice teach using different teaching styles to ensure comfort teaching a diverse population.
 This module can be taken on its own as continuing education for current yoga teachers. Modules do not have to be taken in order and anyone interested in starting their teacher training may register at any time.


​Meditation and Chanting: 
May 4-5, 8:30am-5pm
This course is all about the voice you project and the voice in your head. Learn several different meditations techniques to help calm and focus your mind. Also learn Sankrit chants to enhance your singing voice.
 This module can be taken on its own as continuing education for current yoga teachers. Modules do not have to be taken in order and anyone interested in starting their teacher training may register at any time.


​Advanced Asana: 
June 1-2, 8:30am-5pm
Take your yoga practice to the next level by practicing binds, arm balances and inversions. Learn the safe and effective way to cue and spot these postures. Know their benefits, contraindications and how to sequence them into your class smoothly.
 This module can be taken on its own as continuing education for current yoga teachers. Modules do not have to be taken in order and anyone interested in starting their teacher training may register at any time.


​Special Populations: 
July 6-7, 8:30am-5pm
Yoga can be done at any stage of life and with any level of ability. Learn how to sequence a class for pre/post natal, senior demographic, athletes, and those with a chronic condition. This course will teach participants how to modify common asanas to ensure safety, comfort and proper alignment.
 This module can be taken on its own as continuing education for current yoga teachers. Modules do not have to be taken in order and anyone interested in starting their teacher training may register at any time.


​Philosophy and Ethics: 
July 27-28, 8:30am-5pm


This course is all about the voice you project and the voice in your head. Learn several different meditations techniques to help calm and focus your mind. Also learn Sankrit chants to enhance your singing voice.
 This module can be taken on its own as continuing education for current yoga teachers. Modules do not have to be taken in order and anyone interested in starting their teacher training may register at any time.


​Basic Asana: 
November 3-4, 8:30am-5pm
Learn basic asana and the ability to sequence those postures into a safe and effective class. There is a strong focus on teaching, cueing, spotting and modifying poses and Surya Namaskara A & B. 
 This module can be taken on its own as continuing education for current yoga teachers. Modules do not have to be taken in order and anyone interested in starting their teacher training may register at any time.


Anatomy and Physiology: 
December 1-2, 8:30am-5pm
Learn the anatomical, physiological and biomechanical principles that are the underpinning for every yoga pose. This course will cover topics such as: anatomical neutral, planes of movement, prime movers and levers. Gain knowledge about the larger systems in the body such as the central nervous system, digestive system and cardiovascular system and how they are positively affected by yoga.
 This module can be taken on its own as continuing education for current yoga teachers. Modules do not have to be taken in order and anyone interested in starting their teacher training may register at any time.