Thank you for visiting!
I have been teaching for over 17 years, including 15 years in Grimsby. With a background in health research, I bring both physiology and curiosity to the ancient traditions of yoga and meditation.
Begin where you are...
The exploration of yoga is a journey that begins where you are, allowing you to discover, develop and deepen your practice at any stage of life.
The name Methodology Yoga reflects my interest in the history of yoga as a system for pursuing union of the self with the Universal, and also as a practical approach to serving the needs of body, mind and spirit from day to day.
YOGA classes generally incorporate three inter-related aspects of practice to support well-being: pranayama, or breath control, to calm/revitalize the nervous system; asana, or poses, to build strength and agility in the body; and
savasana, or conscious relaxation.
Yoga philosophy and anatomy are referenced.
MEDITATION classes provide inspiration and resources from different traditions, along with experiential learning through guided exercises, to support a personal practice.
Classes continue to be held VIRTUALLY while access to
Trinity United Church
(100 Main Street West, Grimsby)
is limited due to COVID-19
For more information,
please contact Tina: 905.309.9000
I welcome you to explore yoga and meditation, beginning with the essentials and building a personal, evolving practice. Now more than ever, we need to calm our busy minds, be present in our bodies, and nurture the spirit.
“Yoga does not just change the way
we see things,
it transforms the person who sees.”
VIRTUAL class schedule for 2022
Prepaid sessions include:
VIRTUAL Alignment-based YOGA (Iyengar inspired; all levels)
NEW - Online 'mini-courses':
- Creating/Sustaining a Home Practice
- Yoga for the Nervous System
- A Meditation Primer
- The Energy Body
- Yoga Philosophy
- Mind-Body Health
Also available by request :
- Yoga for Fertility
- Yoga Barre
- Parent-Child / Family Yoga
- Private Instruction
Props are recommended to help modify and deepen poses; these include bolsters, blocks, blankets, belts and sandbags -- but household items can work too!
Let's get started!