COVID‑19   The health and well-being of you/me and our family’s is our  priority! 

Practice Social Distance   

Latest : Extended cancellation in Dorval: The Spring  Yoga session has been officially cancelled by the City of Dorval. For now, we are still hoping that with adjustments, the Summer Yoga session will be held (social distancing, hand washing, management of registration, etc.). It is still too early to tell.


WEB Yoga with Penka 

* Family activity at Home* Fun * Support* Keep Healthy

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Spring Yoga season  online  

  • Tuesday    6:30 pm  Meridian  Yoga
  • Saturday 10:00 am   Hawaiian Yoga                                                                                                   Registration  bye mail registration    Payment by :  e – transfer payment

In addition during COVID – 19 Pandemic   WEB Yoga offer daily classes  

Web Yoga Schedule  June 2020

Monday  6:30 pm 7:30 pm         Mobility Yoga with Kelly

Tuesday           6: 30 pm          7:30 pm         Meridian Yoga/ Regular with Penka

Wednesday     11:30 am    12:30 pm          Dynamic Kundelini with Penka

Thursday        11:30 am      12:30 pm          Dynamic Yin/Yang flow with Kelly

Friday             11:30 am      12:30 pm          Dynamic Park style with Penka

Saturday              10 am          11:00 am          Hawaiian Yoga/ Regular with Penka

How to get invitation

  • Please, register  :  e-mail registration
  • Entry fee $ 80 or weekly pass  $ 25 e-transfer payment
  • You will  receive e mail  invitation  –  Join Zoom Meeting
  • Monthly / Week pass  includes  all available WEB classes
  • For each class you will receive NEW  invitation

Cost$ 80 monthly pass      $ 25  week pass

All Web Classes  including Daily Yoga and Kids Chess

Yoga Classes at Art Coffee Gallery

Temporally suspended   Alternative WEB Yoga 

  • Yoga Meridian class       –  Tuesdays     6:00 – 7:00 pm        REGISTER NOW
  • Yoga from Hawaii class – Saturdays 10:00 -11:15 am    REGISTER NOW

Yoga Meridian class:  an unique combination of Ashtanga Yoga techniques, meridian exercises, breathing and relaxation techniques . Meridian Exercises: Shizuto Masunaga, the great Shiatsu Master, raised Shiatsu to its highest level by developing the principle of meridians (pathways of energy) for diagnosis and treatment. He was also the first to create a Yoga system for stretching the meridians that made it possible to achieve balance by oneself. This approach integrates the psychological and the physical aspect of our being. Relaxation and awareness is the key to these exercises which are done with a balanced physical effort. * integrated therapeutic balls 

Yoga from Hawaii: a unique combination of Ashtanga , Kriya and Hatha yoga. The sequence is inspired from Hawaiian yoga retreats. For  7 years I brought a group of my students to Hawaii at Master Mateo’s Yoga retreat center in Molokai . My Saturday classes are strongly inspired by his teachings and are a combination of both our styles, * integrated therapeutic balls 

Integrated therapeutic  balls


12 weeks Yoga Season

One class per week $ 155
Drop in fee              $  20

Registration  form Yoga class:  registration yoga


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Edgewater Park YOGA

Summer Yoga season July & August

Edgewater park  at Point Claire village

  • Wednesday 8:30 am to 9:30 am
  • Fridays 8:30 am to 9:30 am


Bring serenity and wellness into the workplace with customized yoga classes

The many known benefits of regular yoga practice include stress and anxiety relief as well as increased well-being and productivity.

As a licensed Shiatsu therapist with over 15 years of yoga teaching experience in Montreal, I can offer a flexible class that suits the needs and schedules of your employees.

Contact me for more information


Children’s Yoga is fun!  In our classes, children are animated and free-spirited as they make noises, act out stories, and pretend to be animals.  By using nature and animal themed games, dance and song to stimulate the mind, the creative spirit and enhance health, children expand, explore and express their unique physical, emotional and mental gifts.  The children use their imagination and yoga postures to learn new vocabulary, develop motor and movement skills, and understand balance and relaxation through visualization and breath.