Dartmouth, NS B2Y 4H5
Yoga I is an entry point and a continuation point for it explores Hatha Yoga in a step by step approach and appeals to those who like to learn about the postures and yoga in a deeper way. Yogaheart class are always permissive and adaptable to suit your needs that day, so if you are wondering where to jump in, this is a nice place to start.
Yogaheart classes are not about gymnastics, but about Freedom and Happiness. That is not to say that we do not work with the body in this class and work towards greater strength and flexibility, but in this class we make sure that we are practicing in the way yoga was meant to be practiced, towards a sense of Happiness and Safety and Enjoyment. True yoga is always about discovering that Happiness is what is found when we stop giving ourselves a hard time and enjoy the process.
Heather Cameron July 14, 2015 - 6:34pm
Hi Maddie, heard about your class from Pat McIntosh and would love to come Tuesday and Thursday nights. I do suffer from hip tendentious especially in the left hip, so even though I have a yoga mat, not good on my left hip. I have no yoga experience, but would still like to come. Is this OK?
Mandee Labelle July 15, 2015 - 7:11am
Yes, one of the treatments for hip tendonitis is gentle stretching, so gentle yoga would be recommended. Yogaheart classes always encourages participants to work at their own pace, and those who feel uncomfortable in some of the poses, are not made to feel uncomfortable for modifying at times during the class. Everyone is encouraged to enjoy themselves and tailor the class to suit their personal needs. Let me know if you have any other questions.
Crystal November 20, 2015 - 7:22pm
Hi I suffer from MS and my legs and ankles are very weak so my balance is very poor and I get severe pain in my lower back, is there a yoga exercise that i could benefit from?
Alyshia November 30, 2016 - 4:44am
Hi there I have no experience , so I have no mat yet either just wondering if I was to come come in if you had any to spare until I get one. Also do I have to register or do I just choose a day to come in that you offer the beginners classes and sit in? Thanks so much
Mandee Labelle November 30, 2016 - 8:46am
Yes, those who are new to yoga are welcome to start up anytime and we have mats available at the hall. Registration is done at the door, so just come a little early on Thursday so you can sign in and so we can meet and I can help you find the mats and choose a nice spot. Let me know if you have any other questions. Take care.
Antoine Colombet January 19, 2017 - 9:48am
Good morning Mandee,
My fiancee (Cavita) and myself would like to drop in this evening for your beginner class at 6pm. We are yoga newbies and we wish to discover it and possibly get into it regularly.
Do you have spots for the two of us this evening? If yes, reading other customers messages, I understand we just have to arrive a bit before 6pm (5:45pm?) so that we can register and have a chat with you. Sounds right?
Hopefully, see you this evening.
Amanda Cleveland July 20, 2017 - 10:56am
just wanted to say that I enjoy your class , I have mild scoliosis in my back and found it most helpful stretching my back muscles
Mandee Labelle July 21, 2017 - 9:03am
Thank you Amanda! I am so glad :o)
Amanda Cleveland January 27, 2021 - 1:06am
missing your classes will you resume again in the future