We are a vinyasa studio in Victoria and we believe that steady practice will lift one to the heights of yoga. The One Yoga community focuses on vinyasa (ﬂow) yoga and believes that through steady practice all people - regardless of age, gender, race, or religion - can experience the oneness that is yoga. We offer over 35 drop in classes per week with an array of levels, an open and welcoming studio space, change rooms and showers, and a fierce community that is sure to show you that you belong. Find us in James Bay at 201-239 Menzies Street.
Victoria based, but internationally known, bellyfit® creates workouts designed specifically for the modern woman ~ pelvis, hips, belly, breasts, booty and brain ~ all that fabulous, feminine goodness gets worked, shaped and shimmied!
Our team of incredibly talented, intuitive fitness professionals create easy to learn, inspiring routines that blend dance, fitness and Yoga moves seamlessly together in a way that’s so fun and effective that you won’t even notice what an amazing full body workout you’ve had until you peel off your sweat soaked bra after class and feel your muscles talking the next day!
Bottom line ~ we take care of you, so that you can take care of your world.
Through our online instructor training course, we certify women around the world to teach our 3 standardized class formats, Bellyfit®, Bellyfit Flow™ and Bellyfit Sage™.
We also create home workout videos for those who prefer to sweat...
Long & McQuade first opened its doors in Victoria in 1983. We have been at our present location since 2002 and boast the largest selection of musical instruments in Victoria, BC. Our building was specifically designed for Long & McQuade with a modern layout, including separate departments for guitars, bass, drums, band instruments, keyboards, rentals, professional audio, DJ, and print music, along with a humidified acoustic guitar room and an amp room to test out gear.
Tristan is a film maker and photographer currently living in several places. His work takes him to the Canadian Arctic as well as Rwanda and Kenya on a regular basis. With a special focus on Inuit and First Nations affairs, he is the co-founder of This Northern Life, a production company that produces films about Canada’s aboriginal issues.
The Om Work Project is a Non-Profit Organization based out of Victoria, BC. The Om Work Project supports young womxn to access Yoga Teacher Training, offering opportunities to experience travel and training as a part of a scholarship program. The Om Work Team recognizes that both teacher training and travel are incredible learning opportunities and privileges that are not available to all; They are working to make these opportunities accessible to more young people, namely those who demonstrate curiosity in and passion for the practice. By supporting womxn to further explore the ancient philosophy and practice of Yoga, The Om Work Project envisions a generation filled with heart centred leaders and lovers.
The Om Work Project aspires to make the teachings of Yoga accessible and continues to grow its presence within the Victoria community. The team is excited to take part in the Victoria Yoga Conference and looks forward to...
Ajna Yoga College is a therapeutically-based Yoga Studio in Oak Bay, Victoria, founded in 2008. We are the only college in Canada that offers a 240-Hour Yoga Teacher Training program (RYT-200), a 300-Hour Yoga Therapy program (RYT-500), and an internationally-accredited 800-Hour Yoga Therapy program (1000 hours).
We proudly offer heated and non-heated classes, and cater to a large population of yogis, and non yogis. Intelligent, accessible, sustainable movement. The Lab is an inclusive space for all levels and abilities to explore yoga and mindful fitness, with accessible sequences and expert guidance. We offer a variety of yoga and rewarding fitness classes to help you discover you, and your strength. This is your space to be curious, fun and inspired. Our community is connected to our vision and together we grow and evolve.
Deathly Matters is a one-day community conference (Saturday, May 25th, 2019) that brings together people and services to share resources, learn, and connect about Death and Dying; showcasing emerging voices and perspectives not readily found within the mainstream dialogue.
The conference is a creative collaboration between Shauna Janz of Sacred Grief and Linda Hunter of Dying With Grace who are committed to ‘doing death better’ and honoured to bring this event to our community.