Upcoming Weekly Class Schedule

Weekly Group Yoga Classes        Winter 2019

A Place to Land – This is yoga that is gentle, exploratory, aware, and wellness-oriented.  Explore, nurture, and challenge yourself (a little) through movement, meditation, and other yogic concepts.

Shaganappi Community Centre (2516 14 Ave SW)

Space permitting,  you may drop-in for $25 / class, and we can pro-rate your fee if you know in advance when you will be absent.  Please enquire about drop-in and / or register through Lonnie.

Class Name Time Location Class Dates No Class Regular Price Early-bird Price (pay by Dec 14)
Tues AM 10-11:30 AM Shaganappi Jan 15 – Apr 9 $234 $208
Wed Eve 7-8:30 PM Shaganappi Jan 16 – Apr 10 $234 $208
Thurs AM 10-11:30 AM Shaganappi Jan 17 – Apr 11 Tentatively Feb 14 and 21 $234* $208*

*the class fee for these will be refunded should the classes on Feb 14 and 21st be cancelled

Lonnie can arrange for the following, if space permits:

  • drop in to a single class ($25 per class),
  • register for a part of the session with a pro-ration of the fees, or
  • register for more than two class sessions and receive a dual-class discount of $30.


Download Winter 2019 General Registration Form, print it off, complete with pen on paper, and arrange to deliver it with payment.

Contact details are on the form or contact Lonnie here.

Please see below for information on each type of class.

Other privately-sponsored classes (click here for FLC Seniors Club)workshops and private yoga therapy sessions are offered throughout the week as well.  Contact Lonnie for more information.

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