Autumn Yoga Classes 2020


Gentle Yoga  (FULL - LIMIT OF 6 PEOPLE)

4:00 – 5:00pm | September 21 - October 26

Please contact Catherine to add your name to a wait list.

If you’d like a quiet, slow-moving class, this one’s for you. Suitable if you’re new to Yoga. Breathe away your stress and emerge from class feeling calmer, looser, and joyful. 

Location: Nourish Wellness in Comox, Unit C (upstairs) 1822 Comox Avenue

Hatha 1

7 – 8 pm | September 21 - December 14
Location: Courtenay Recreation 

Phone: 250-338-5371 *Registration through Courtenay Recreation. 

Basics of yoga postures and breathing practices. It differs from a Gentle Yoga class in that it assumes that you have a fundamental level of fitness, as well as no pain in your body. This class will help you develop strength and balance as well as flexibility while giving you tools for stress reduction.


Chair Yoga (FULL)

11 am - noon | September 22 - December 15

Location: Native Sons Hall. Downtown Courtenay. (Contact Catherine for details.)

Phone: 250-338-5371 *Registration through Courtenay Recreation. 

For those who cannot or do not feel comfortable on the floor. Focus is on breathing, body awareness, relaxation, stretching and gentle postures. We finish with a meditation to rejuvenate body, mind and spirit.

Hatha 2 Yoga - FULL (LIMIT OF 6 PEOPLE)

1:00 – 2:30 pm | September 22 - October 27

Please contact Catherine to add your name to a wait list.

This class is for you if you’ve been practicing Yoga for at least a year.

You are aware of the connection between movement and breath, and possibly familiar with Sun Salutations. You feel strong and balanced in challenging standing poses. 

Location: Nourish Wellness in Comox, Unit C (upstairs) 1822 Comox Avenue

Staying safe

To ensure proper physical distancing, there will be a limit of 6 participants in the class.


Yin Yoga: Power in Stillness

11:00 am – 12 noon | September 25 - December 11

Location: Meeting Room, Lewis Centre 

Phone: 250-338-5371 *Registration through Courtenay Recreation, starting August 31st. 

Are you on a fast train? Ready to get off and breathe?

In Yin Yoga, you will enter poses - mostly on the floor - and stay awhile, observing strong sensations, while allowing your breath to help you access deeper layers of dense connective tissue, like ligaments, tendons, and fascia. The long-held, passive poses will help you become more flexible, with juicier joints and better-functioning organs. You might become calmer, and better able to focus: a gift in our world of constant distraction.

Yin Yoga is an excellent complement to other forms of Yoga. Come home to your body in a profound and satisfying way.

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