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Interview: Lisa McMurtrie

Interview: Lisa McMurtrie Can you give me a bit of background/history about when you started practicing and teaching? I started practicing in my second year of university, when a friend dragged me out to a hot yoga class. I had a regular gym workout schedule and...

What is Hatha Yoga?

What is Hatha Yoga? On a typical yoga schedule, a hatha class is usually slow moving and good for all levels, which means this style is great for a beginner to get to know the poses and understand the alignment of each pose, or asana. But...

Interview: Jonny Belinko

Interview: Jonny Belinko Jonny is the preeminent Ashtanga teacher at Iam Yoga, where he has been teaching for several years. Jonny first started practicing yoga because of a New Year’s Resolution in 2004. He took to it right away; by that summer, he moved to Taipei...

What is Ashtanga Yoga?

What is Ashtanga Yoga? Ashtanga Yoga is a popular style that is taught in many studios in Toronto, and it is the basis upon which Vinyasa-style classes are often built. Ashtanga itself was popularized in the West by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois (1915-2009), who learned the...

Interview: Juliana Belinko

Interview: Juliana Belinko Juliana is one of our most beloved teachers at Iam Yoga! Read on to learn more about her and get inspired. Tell me a bit about your yoga teaching background and your arrival in Toronto. I’ve been teaching yoga for roughly 15 years. Prior to...

What is Vinyasa Yoga?

What is Vinyasa Yoga? Vinyasa yoga, some of the most popular classes at Iam Yoga are our Flow classes – a style of practice where each breath is matched with movement. Especially in the hot room, Flow classes can be challenging and flat-out addictive; they’re a...

To Be Still

By Banafshé Eshragi   When looking at the concept of stillness, on the surface it seems to be a passive way of experiencing life – especially in the fast-paced world that we live in today. Even the word itself suggests a stagnant existence because the concept has...

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