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It is with a heavy heart that we announce, as of today the studio will be closed indefinitely. 
The Bikram Yoga Toronto East studio operation has been financially unsustainable for some time now.

It has been my goal to provide a place of growth, inspiration and the healing benefits of yoga,  designed to enrich our lives. The tools that yoga provides helps us deal with ever growing stress in our daily lives.

Over the past 10 years we have strived to do exactly this,  and we have enriched our lives by getting to know all of you. I hope that the future will permit me to offer you the benefits and services of yoga and osteopathy through a sustainable model. 
We thank you all for practicing with us and hope that you will continue to strive to live a life of balance and health. I too will strive to achieve this for myself as I move forward in my life. 

Blessings and best wishes to all,
Ruzica LeBlancBikram Yoga Toronto East



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Bikram Yoga is our traditional 90 minute hot yoga class which gives students a strong foundation, helping them to achieve maximum therapeutic benefits in their practice.

BE Bikram Express is a 60 minute hot yoga class taught in a sequence to optimize your body, it is fast paced and suitable for all levels of practitioners.

IN Hot Inferno Pilates -using Pilates principles, Inferno Hot Pilates is a challenging, full body, low impact, high intensity workout. It is performed on a yoga mat in a room heated to 95 degrees and 40% humidity. Hot Pilates strengthens muscles and burns fat all without the pounding of a high impact workout. It is designed for all fitness levels.

Class Cost Drop in classes $20 - May Special $12

Monthly Unlimited $150 - May Special $100 plus tax

All purchases are final and nonrefundable.


How often you should practice? Tthat can vary depending on your goals and your level of fitness.  I would recommend for a beginner yoga student to practice 3-4 times a week, for 1-1.5 hr. each time you get on your mat. 

Before the class - avoid eating 3 hours before the class, come well hydrated so that you are ready to sweat, bring 2 regulars size towels, one for the class one if you plan to shower after the class, bring water and mat or rent it at the studio.

During the class - remind your self you are there for your self, remember to enoy your breath what ever it may be, look in your eyes and remember to smile and love what you see, keep an open heart and mind, it is cleansing ground for our emotions, try and set positive inntentions before and after the class.

After the class - take a few minutes after each class to check in with your self and see how you feel. Congratulate yourself for doing a great job in class and taking good care of your body. Acknowledge that you have more oxygen flowing through your blood, more room in your joints and that means more bounce in your step. Give loving kindness to everyone you meet.

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