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  • Full Name: Sarah Jane Smith
  • Location: the Nest hot yoga 331 cudmore road
  • Phone: 2505376638
  • Expires: 24 days, 19 hours

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    The Nest Hot Yoga Studio is a cozy home based studio on Salt Spring Island, where students receive high quality personalized instruction and inspiration for yoga practice on and off the mat. We offer instruction in Vinyasa, Hatha, Hatha Flow, Yang Yin and Yin yoga styles to beginners and experienced practitioners alike. Classes range from room temperature, to warm to hot depending on the style. Whether you’re looking to build a solid foundational practice or expand and explore your existing practice, we can help. We love to work with students who enjoy a consistent practice and continued learning opportunities. Our weekly schedule of classes are taught by trained and experienced yoga teachers who have a strong commitment to personal practice and development. Each teacher has their own style, interests and expertise that influence the content of their classes. To compliment a schedule of weekly classes, we offer special themed classes and retreats throughout the year that allow for a more in depth exploration of a variety of yoga and yoga related topics.

    To view our schedule, read our class descriptions, teacher bios and pricing. Please visit thenesthotyoga@gmail.com

    Individual and group private sessions are available by appointment for all levels, all ages, all ranges of mobility and strength (please note that sessions do not need to be heated). To inquire about group or individual private lessons please email thenesthotyoga@gmail.com or call 250 537 6638.

    Not sure which class is right for you? Call Sarah Jane at 250 537 6638 for a free phone consultation.

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