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Athena Vassilatos Kirste


Yoga became an important part of Athena’s life as it became a refuge from the stress of studying in business and accountancy. It has then evolved into an introduction to being conscious of her health and well-being, now being a source for strength, agility, and peace of mind. She has soon become increasingly interested in the practice, eventually deciding she wanted to share with others what this practice is to her.

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Austin Way

Austin Way
Health and fitness have been a part of my life for as long as I can remember, for the fact that my mother has been a fitness instructor for over 30 years now.  Having a mentor like this helped me excel in athletics, and was a contributing factor to becoming a collegiate baseball player.  I have a bachelor’s degree in Applied Exercise Science and a background in physical therapy, which allows me to design a proper exercise prescription for any fitness level.
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Baylea Micheli

Baylea is a student and teacher of mindful movement. Her teaching style nurturing yet playful. Her classes are inspired by her own self inquiry and fascination with the human body and it's resilient host, the individual. Teaching as a 200-hr RYT since 2009 and becoming a Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant in 2014 has propelled her down a path of empowering individuals to restore the relationship with their bodies.
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Bea Doyle

Bea Doyle
Bea Doyle, MST, E-RYT500, C-IAYT, is a Functional Yoga Educator and Yoga Therapist, a former yoga studio owner and a high school math teacher.  Her trainings and private sessions foster a focused and supportive environment for learning, and empower her students and clients to step into their personal journey, be it for self-care, or for sharing yoga’s healing gifts with others.
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bee pallomina

Bee has been teaching yoga in Toronto since 2006. She sees yoga as a practice that cultivates awareness, deep listening, clarity and connection. Bee is also a professional dance artist, working as a dancer, choreographer and dance teacher in Toronto and abroad. In addition to yoga she teaches alternative dance techniques and is certified to teach Open Source Forms.
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Ben Blazke

Ben was introduced to Yoga at an early age by his father. Inspired by his father’s daily practice, Ben has pursued an extensive study of martial arts for more than twenty years, learning from masters in Europe, America, Japan and China.

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Beth Damm

Beth Damm is a Registered Yoga Teacher through Yoga Alliance. Beth completed the Kripalu Yoga training in St.
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Brendan Jensen

  Brendan spends the majority of his time teaching in Downtown Toronto.  He has also co-led international retreats that offer intensive explorations in the practice of togetherness; operating from the belief that people thrive in community, where the individual can find personal definition in the transformative force of fellowship.

 Brendan is eager to learn and grow with anyone willing to enter the studio and share their practice. He offers an open mind and heart with a healthy dose of realism; exemplified in one of his late mothers favourite quotes:

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Bridget Joynt

Palm Therapy
Hello! My name is Bridget Joynt. I am a Registered Massage Therapist, as well as a Practitioner of both The Roll Model® Method and Yoga Tune Up®. I've always been naturally curious about the body and how our busy lives impact it on a daily basis. Through my own wellness journey I've come to a belief that our physical and mental health are greatly determined by the decisions we make and the ones we don't, every day. What I love about my teachings in massage therapy and Tune Up Fitness® is the balance of healing both body and mind, through prevention, maintenance and recovery.
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Brittany Brie D'Amico

Brittany Brie’s experience, passion for movement and love for helping others have all driven her to develop classes that inspire, challenge and motivate. As a graduate of York University’s Dance program, Brittany Brie learned the significance of caring for her body.  As a professional dancer, she quickly realized the demands that her craft required not only on her body, but on her mind too. Teaching the why behind movement became very important to her.

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