Class Schedule

SPRING SESSION -  Monday, March 6 - Friday, April 28, 2017 - 8 weeks 

All Classes in Our Beautiful Studio in Dundas

Weekly Schedule

Time Level Instructor Session Cost
Monday 9:30 - 11:00am Hatha Yoga Alex $130.51 (no class April 10)
Monday 6:00 - 7:30pm Hatha Yoga Lynn $130.51 (no class April 10)
Tuesday 6:00 - 7:15pm Moving Well Wendy $130.51 (no class April 11)
Wednesday 6:30 - 7:45pm Moving Well Wendy $130.51 (no class April 12)
Thursday 9:30 to 10:45am Moving Well Wendy $130.51 (no class April 13)
Thursday 5:30 - 7:00pm Israeli Folk Dancing Wendy $10 drop in (no class March 2, Apr 13)
Friday 9:30 - 11:00am Hatha Yoga Alex $149.16


You may join anytime but please call first. Newcomers will receive a free trial class; Drop-in Fee: $20


Fees and Policies

  • Class prices quoted include HST
  • Group classes are done in packages; fall, winter, and spring
  • Payment for entire session is due the first day of class. Post-dated cheques should be mailed to 14 Crawford Ct, Dundas, On L9H 6G2 to ensure your spot. Late enrollment is possible on a prorated basis.
  • Drop-in fees are $20. Please call or email to verify whether space is available.
  • It is requested that you notify the studio at least 24 hours prior to a class if you know you will be absent.
  • Classes that have been missed during a term should be made up within that same term. Credit for missed classes cannot be applied toward the following term.
  • Private classes cost $70 per one hour session.
  • You'll be required to sign a release and a client profile before attending your first class. It's important that we know about any limiting physical issues before you start. That helps us customize your session and to set realistic goals for your continuous improvement in health and well-being.



Nia is a mindful movement technique designed along The Body’s Way, fusing Moves from 9 disciplines through varying cycles to a good cardio work-out.  From the healing arts:  yoga, works of Moshe Feldenkrais, Alexander Technique.  From the dance arts:  jazz, modern, and Duncan dance.  From the martial arts: Tae Kwon Do, Tai Chi, and Aikido. We dance barefoot to soul-stirring music.  It is conditioning, it is centering, it is a LOT of FUN!

Wendy's Moving Well Classes

Wendy's classes reflect her recent explorations of different movement modalities that include the axis syllabus, barre classes, and kettle ball strength building exercises. Her classes typically have students exploring movements both on and off the mat that emphasize building balance, core strength, and coordination. Students report that these classes have translated well into their daily lives, helping them to move with greater ease, strength and stability.

Alex's Gentle Hatha Classes 

These classes, taught by Alex, are slow paced and deeply relaxing. The postures range from simple to complex, with full permission to do less. The emphasis is on breath and body awareness. We learn to listen to our body in a new way, honour its limitations and learn from it. Even though the approach is gentle, we will stretch and strengthen, and work toward improved flexibility and balance, mental clarity and emotional state of peace.

Israeli Folk Dancing

Israeli circle dances are a wonderful way to explore and practice functional movement, and a lovely way to be in community. No previous dance experience necessary. * Beginners only: 5:30 to 6:00pm; Everybody: 6:00 - 6:30pm; Advanced instruction: 6:30 - 7:00pm.

Lynn's Hatha Yoga Classes

Lynn’s classes take students through a range of postures both simple and more challenging. The focus is on finding balance between strength and flexibility. Mindfulness; observing the breath, body and subtle energy awareness are an integral part of the class. All levels are welcome.

Our Gifted Teachers

Wendy Schneider, BA, BEd, RYT

Wendy Schneider has been a student of yoga since the early 1990s and a teacher since 2003. A long time student of Anusara and Iyengar yoga, Wendy's current explorations are in the world of functional movement - biomechanically sound movement patterns for dealing with real world scenarios like lifting or pulling, bending, crouching and walking. Wendy's Moving Well yoga classes, inspired by axis syllabus, Ido Portal and other disciplines that promote optimal mobility and stability, are a creative exploration of how to integrate yoga and functional movement.

Janet Steeves

I started practicing yoga 10 years ago in an effort to speed up my recovery after having knee surgery. Once I joined Wendy's Yoga Studio what began as an exercise program evolved into a passion as yoga became an empowering tool that served me both on and off the mat. With a desire to learn more about the practice of yoga and all it has to offer, I attended a pranayama course in Rochester N.Y. with Francois Raoult. That experience inspired and motivated me to complete the 200 hour yoga teaching certification in June 2016 under his teaching. This past fall I returned to Rochester and completed a course on Back Care Basics with Francois Raoult and physical therapist Michael Amy.
I'm forever grateful to Wendy and Francois for their guidance and encouragement, I will continue to seek out opportunities to expand my knowledge and understanding of yoga.

Alex Bovkis

Alex Bovkis was certified as a Classical Yoga Teacher in the summer of 2004. Since then she has taken advanced teachers training and is now qualified as an E-RYT 500, which translates as Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher. This high level of qualification is required in order to train yoga teachers.Having close to a thousand training hours and over 2000 teaching hours behind her, she continues to explore this incredible path of yoga further. She is currently studying with several different teachers from different yoga styles and trains in encompassing both the breadth and the depth of yoga.

Lynn Mighton

Lynn was drawn to yoga over twenty years ago and, since then, has practiced with a range of teachers both in Canada and the UK. Inspired to study yoga more deeply, Lynn embarked on her Teacher Training with Alex Bovkis of Shanti Yoga in Hamilton. This journey proved transformational. She continued her studies with Alex and has recently (July 2016) graduated from Advanced Teacher Training. She is now qualified as a Registered Yoga Teacher at the 500 level. It is this experience along with learnings as a Reiki Master and Reiki Drumming Certification that Lynn brings to Wendy’s Yoga Studio as a teacher. Empowered by the healing and transformative power of yoga, her classes are infused with breath and subtle energy awareness. Students are invited to join Lynn and explore yoga in a way that allows them to honour themselves and where they are at in their practice.

Lourdes Jiminez

Lourdes grew up in New York City and has lived in Canada until 2011, when she moved to Manila to spend time with her ageing mother; and now divides her life between the Philippines and Canada. A Nia Movement Practitioner of 17 years, she brought her love of Nia to the Philippines, where she held weekly classes , and private & corporate sessions.  Lourdes hopes to do the same here in Canada. In her past life, Lourdes operated her own management consulting practice in Ancaster for 20 years, specializing in MSME’s, NFP’s and government sectors, providing holistic accounting services and business mentoring. A proponent of continuous learning, Lourdes has been certified as a Yin Yoga Instructor, a Transformative Coach, Reiki Level I, and now holds a Nia Black Belt Instructor level, Nia 5 Stages, and Nia Moving to Heal certifications in the last 6 years.  She says:  “It’s all coming together.  And I love what I do!”