Become a member with a monthly membership pass for $99/month. Plus free mat and towel rental.
This year, all 74 Moksha/Modo studios have made a commitment to support three incredible organizations: the David Suzuki Foundation, 350.org, and the Waterkeeper Alliance – all of whom use community action, strong science, and legal expertise to educate, legislate, and take direct action to “Protect Our Water” for future generations. Our goal is to raise... More details
Spend the afternoon healing your body from the inside out . With two astonishing healing practices, Restorative Yoga & Hot Stones. You will leave this Workshop restored and rested. This Workshop will guide you through a peaceful restorative sequence and while in each posture, the instructor will strategically place hot stones on your body. The... More details
Emerge is a full out celebration of conscious living. Join us and experience a world renowned lineup of yoga and meditation instructors, musicians, workshops and speakers. Emerge into transformation at Eastern Ontario’s wilderness farm resort. Explore what you think is possible, make new friends, and dance the night away to a world class lineup of... More details
Benefect is a world recognized leader in next-generation botanical antimicrobial technology. Using nature as the model, we have succeeded in creating cleaning products with no compromise in strength and without endangering human health.
We create yoga apparel that honours our mother earth. Our leggings are locally made from recycled water bottles and are BPA free. Our garments are sweatshop-free and are made in North America. Our shirts are all hand printed with love. We believe in giving back to our greater global community through philanthropic initiatives.
All of our lighting is from Peterborough Green Up program, energy efficient light bulbs, that can last up to 40 years!
We also love giving back through charitable work
30 day on and off the mat yoga challenge. March and April Karma funds go to the David Suzuki Foundation.
In support of: David Suzuki Foundation