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Are you looking for small Whistler Yoga Classes in the heart of Whistler Village?

We have yoga classes every day with many styles to choose from. We offer many different class styles including Hatha, Yin, Restorative, Vinyasa, Yoga Nidra and Kundalini.

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Our Intention | Whistler Yoga Classes

Compassion, connection and community are of the highest value to our Whistler yoga community! We love sharing our passion for well-being with others. This inspires us to offer traditional and authentic yoga classes that nurture mind, body and soul. At Yogacara we offer small class sizes, an intention that puts people first. We strive to create a positive experience for all levels of practice. Our peaceful practice space offers a unique setting for everyone to enjoy. We recognize that yoga is so much more than the physical benefits. Embodying yoga as a holistic experience is important to us! We believe the principles learned on the mat has the potential to change lives. We commit to creating the best possible Whistler yoga experience for all. Welcome to our community!

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Fall Mindfulness Practices In Whistler

Ahhh Fall. The leaves are changing, the air is crisper, and pumpkin spice is all-the-rage. It can also be a time to commit to your yoga and mindfulness practice. So what is mindfulness you might ask? To be mindful is to become fully aware of the present moment. It’s an opportunity to acknowledge one’s thoughts, feelings, and sensations without attaching yourself to them. There are many ways to cultivate mindfulness on and off the mat but here we give you a few ideas of how to bring this into practice right here in Whistler. Explore our backyard Whistler is a beautiful place to explore with so much to offer. Our tips to stay present and cultivate mindfulness while hiking is to become aware of each step or each breath that you take.

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Our Summer Book Suggestions

Summer is here! Sunshine, lake days, and vacation season is officially in. For many of us, this means with longer days we get an extension on our work and our play. So what options do we have to find our zen other than yoga? Our answer is diving into a good book. Here are a few of our yoga teacher’s favourite book suggestions right now. We’ve included links for all of the books through Whistler bookshop Armchair Books, thank you for supporting local! Book suggestions from Andrea 1.) The Miracle of Mindfulness ~ Thich Nhat Hanh Why? I have a huge life event coming up….giving birth to my first baby and just like everyone in our human existence I deal with anxiety & fear when it comes to the unknown.

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New to Yoga? What You Should Know

If you are new to yoga, congratulations!

You’ve made your first big step as a yogi. Choosing to be on your mat is extremely empowering. Starting out on this path into the world of yoga can be exciting but also a little intimidating. You may have a ton of questions like “what classes should I take? How do I do this pose? Am I in the right place?” We’ll break down the important parts of a yoga practice so you’ll know what to expect even if you’re new to yoga.

Be patient

This tip is key. Have you ever heard someone say “I don’t like yoga” but they’ve only tried yoga once?

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Yogacara was an essential part of my winter vacation this year.  The Whistler Village studio was just a hop skip and jump from my hotel. The studio is pristinely zen-like and fully equipped with fabulous props, so no need to bring your own mat as everything is already arranged and provided for.  You can even help yourself to tea at the end of your practice.

Julie M.

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