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    Your inner yogi will rejoice at all the offerings that Yoga Tree has to offer in their four locations across the greater Toronto area. Yoga Tree offer
  • yoga tree yoga tree
    Your inner yogi will rejoice at all the offerings that Yoga Tree has to offer in their four locations across the greater Toronto area. Yoga Tree offer
  • yoga tree yoga tree
    Your inner yogi will rejoice at all the offerings that Yoga Tree has to offer in their four locations across the greater Toronto area. Yoga Tree offer
  • yoga tree yoga tree
    Your inner yogi will rejoice at all the offerings that Yoga Tree has to offer in their four locations across the greater Toronto area. Yoga Tree offer
  • yoga tree yoga tree
    Your inner yogi will rejoice at all the offerings that Yoga Tree has to offer in their four locations across the greater Toronto area. Yoga Tree offer

 

yoga tree

by Hillary Faye hillary faye
Reviews| Yoga Studios & Centers | Yoga Studios | Toronto
toronto's premier yoga studios with four locations in the greater toronto area

Your inner yogi will rejoice at all the offerings that Yoga Tree has to offer in their four locations across the greater Toronto area. Yoga Tree offers a variety of heated and non-heated classes—such as Hot Detox Yoga and Vinyasa flow—as well as Restorative and Yin Yoga.

You will notice a clean and friendly environment when you walk into any of locations. You are able to enjoy a free cup of tea or water before class. Yoga mats are available for rent and lockers are provided for you to store your belongings.

Yoga Tree locations include one in Downtown Toronto (on the corner of Richmond and Spadina), which features two bright studios, each with a wall of windows, a wall of mirrors, soothing cork floors, and dressing rooms equipped with lockers and showers. Yoga Tree’s midtown studio is on the corner of Yonge and Eglington. At this location, you will enjoy three studio rooms, each with a wall of mirrors, a changing room with lockers, bamboo floors, and color light therapy in the hot studio. At the spacious Richmond Hill location, you will be able practice yoga in a space that feels soothing and open and offers plenty of retail space in case you need a new yoga outfit or mat. At the Vaughn location, you will find energy-efficient lighting, reclaimed wood furnishings, and a bright space to practice. A new location at Bay and Dundas is opening in the summer of 2014, within steps from Eaton Centre and Ryerson University. This 10,000 square foot studio will be your modern and relaxing yoga oasis in the in heart of downtown Toronto.

Yoga Tree was founded in 2007 by Debbie Fung and Jason Lu with the intention to share the physical and mental wellness of yoga with the community. Their vision was to create a yoga community that openly embraced and recognized the different benefits from the array of yoga lineages; that is why their studio is called Yoga Tree.

Yoga Tree often offers a 30 Day Unlimited Yoga Intro Package for only $40, which is sure to get you stretched out, feeling good, and ready for more! With a team of over 90 yoga instructors and yoga advisors, you will certainly be able to find the class and teacher that suites you.


140 Spadina Avenue, Unit 201 , Toronto, Ontario - M5V 2L4, Canada

416.603.9642 |
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