What’s “Moksha”?, pronounced ‘Mhoke-sha‘ Moksha Hot Yoga is a unique yoga series that combines the precision of therapeutic yoga and the foundations of traditional yoga in a specially heated room. The series is a cardiovascular workout that strengthens, tones and loosens the muscles, while calming the mind and reducing stress. The ‘hot’ in hot yoga allows for deep, safe stretching and promotes detoxification of the skin, blood and muscles through sweat. Classes are suitable for all levels of ability, even ABSOLUTE beginners with limited flexibility!
You can also enjoy **Beginner Yoga**, Freedom Yoga, Yin Yoga, Youth Yoga and Kids Yoga in our non heated studio.
Become a full community member with a monthly membership pass for $108/month and enjoy all the membership perks. Just about finished your $50 intro month? Ask us for a promo code to reduce your monthly membership rate. Because we believe in making yoga accessible to all!
Saturday mornings 10am Jan 14 to June 3 20 classes $220 (pre-registration) or $15 drop ins (if space available) **take a hot yoga class at the same time as your child practices in the non heated room** Note: no class Easter Weekend
We offer charity classes every Friday night from 6:15 to 7:15 pm. Make it a date with a friend or a loved one and come practice. Its a great way to start the weekend or an evening. Please note that these classes are by donation only and a minimum $8 cash donation is suggested. The... More details
This 2 hour interactive workshop (reduced heat) is ideal for beginners and those that want to deepen their practice. Live to Learn and explore breath awareness, containment and expression. Investment: $20 for members & $25 for non members Only 20 spots available
Low pressure fitness - Core restoration - Pelvic floor health Learn a revolutionary way to strengthen your inner core (the pelvic floor muscles, deep abdominal muscles, and respiratory diaphragm). Ideal for all who want to strengthen their inner core to: reduce back pain • improve posture • flatten abdomen and cinch waistline • improve athletic performance •... More details
Crossroads Children Centre: The Mission of the Crossroads Children’s Centre is to work with children and their families struggling with severe emotional, behavioural and social difficulties. This is accomplished through a wide range of services and targets children up to the age of twelve.
Big Brothers Big Sisters: BBBS provides children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.
Orleans Chamber of Commerce:The OCC is built on the foundation of a flourishing business environment. They believe that supporting their business community and growing its potential will ensure sustainable growth.
AOE: AOE's mission is to connect, champion and collaborate to bring resources together that build a thriving Ottawa arts community.
Tara Luz: Tara Luz Danse is a contemporary dance company in residence at the Shenkman Arts Centre in Ottawa. The company’s work is twofold: they create and present dances for audiences of all ages with a particular focus on young audiences, and we work in schools and in the community, fostering the discovery of contemporary dance through cultural mediation.
Tree Ottawa: Tree Ottawa strives to dramatically increase the scale and ecological diversity of the tree canopy in urban and rural Ottawa. Tree Ottawa shall engage Ottawa residents, private companies and public organizations to be a part of a greener community through their active participation in protecting, planting and celebrating trees in neighbourhoods and nature.
Cardinal Creek Association: The Cardinal Creek Community Association represents the interests of residents along the Trim Road corridor, including the neighbourhoods of Royal Ridge, Spring Ridge, Oak Ridge, East Village, Kings Pointe, Queens Pointe and Cardinal Trail.
$8,89489% Raised of $10,000 Goal
Non-Profit Charities 01/01/2016 — 12/31/2016
December 2016 & January 2017
The Youville Centre
The Youville Centre is an amazing charity that serves adolescent mothers and their children. For more than a quarter century, they have been an innovative centre that motivates, educates and nurtures young mothers and their children to become self-sufficient, contributing members of society.
Movember is a movement for men's health. For 30 days in the month formerly known as November, Mo Bros and Mo Sistas rally to support the cause, get people talking and raise funds for men’s health projects. Support our team right now and/or, come to one of our Friday night karma classes at 6:15pm.
September & October 2016
Moksha and Modo (Moksha studios in the US) studios are pooling their Charity funds in hopes of making a bigger difference for Amnesty International.
This is part of the Speak your Peace campaign, increasing international awareness that seeks to expand the definition of peace each year. It reflects on peace-full initiatives, and engages our voices through community action.
July & August 2016
Adrian Oliver Run in Support of Honour House
In November 2012, Constable Adrian Oliver, a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, was killed in the line of duty in Surrey, British Columbia. In the difficult days that followed his death, Honour House opened its doors to the Oliver family who travelled to the Vancouver area from across Canada to be with family and friends. Honour House Society is a refuge, a home away from home for Canadian Forces personnel, emergency services personnel and their families to stay, completely free of charge, while they are receiving medical care and treatment.
New Leaf Foundation
With a mission to reduce violence and increase peace in the lives of youth and in communities, New Leaf offers mindfulness and yoga-based life skills programs incorporating: facilitated group dialogue, mindfulness-based activities and meditation, yoga practice, constructive rest, and support for home practice.
Children at Risk
They provide services and programs to families of children diagnosed within the Autism Spectrum Disorders to develop their child's behavioural, communications and social skills, and to advocate for their ongoing needs.
March & April 2016
David Suzuki Foundation/Grow Your Yoga
Their mission is to protect the diversity of nature and our quality of life, now and for the future.
Their vision is that within a generation, Canadians act on the understanding that we are all interconnected and interdependent with nature.
Hopewell Eating Disorder Centre
Hopewell supports individuals struggling with an eating disorder as well as their families and friends. They are dedicated to: offering support, information and hope to anyone affected by eating disorders and promoting prevention by helping people understand eating disorders and the importance of healthy attitudes towards body image, eating and physical activity.