Angela became drawn to the benefits of a regular yoga practice in 2003 after discovering its benefits in helping one deepen their understanding of the self and achieve balance and wellbeing. Having been a performer and teacher of many dance disciplines for 15 years, Angela ventured into teaching yoga.
Cultivating a committed yoga practice is one of the most important choices I have made in my life. Over the last 7 years, my practice and relationship with yoga has shifted endlessly and it has certainly been the constant that continues to guide me home.
Reflecting back I can see that my previous self was motivated mostly by the element of change. I found new levels of endurance and flexibility through the intensity of hot yoga- my body was becoming stronger and my mind was finally relaxing.
Leo Iampietro is a Yoga enthusiast with a love for travelling and all things outdoors. He is a social guy with a passion for laughing and sharing ideas with people.
Leo’s Love for Yoga began just after he obtained his Diploma from Durham Colleges Fitness and Health Promotion program. He completed his 200hr Yoga Teacher Certification, 3 years ago from Ahimsa Yoga in Toronto under J-P Tamblyn, one of the most transformative years of his life.
Michelle Ho is a registered nurse in the field of public and mental health, mother of twin ten year olds, and has been practicing yoga since the age of 13, though she just called it exercises back then!
It seems as though yoga was that missing piece in my life, which has helped guide me to living a more peaceful and loving life. Yoga has always been an interest of mine but the practice finally ‘clicked’ when I found a whole chapter on Yoga Therapy in my counselling psychology textbook explaining how yoga can be an important component in a therapeutic experience.