CANADIAN YOGA ASSOCIATIONS
Fédération Francophone de Yoga
Fédération Francophone de Yoga, référencement des professeurs et centres de formation en Yoga. Secrétariat officiel du world council of yoga pour les pays francophones.
Ontario Yoga Association (OYA)
OYA stands for excellence in yoga teaching and practice in the Ontario yoga community. The Ontario Yoga Association (OYA) was established in 1974. As Yoga has become increasingly recognized in helping to keep body, mind, and spirit strong and healthy we have continued to grow. Our founding members continue to be some of the most respected Yoga teachers in Ontario.
The Ontario Yoga Association is a non-profit, educational group that works to ensure the heritage of Yoga continues in a spirit of excellence and commitment. OYA encourages members to develop a personal practice of integrity and openness, to teach safely with care for each student's needs and ability. As the popularity of Yoga increases and more and more people recognize the benefits of this gentle journey to inner health and wholeness, OYA believes strongly in the importance of good teacher training and ongoing professional development on the part of teachers. The organization's goal is to promote Yoga at a professional level by maintaining an association, recognized by teachers and students throughout the province, which provides post-graduate certification to teachers who have trained at an established Yoga studio.
The Yoga Association of Alberta
The Yoga Association of Alberta is a non-profit organization that offers yoga activities to the public for the purpose of providing self development opportunities. The Association provides co-ordination and support throughout the province through its own activities and in co-operation with groups practising all recognized yoga disciplines. Support is provided to members and local groups.
Yoga Atlantic is a community of heart-centered people, committed to educate and guide through spirit, mind and body.
As a central resource for yoga within Atlantic Canada, we foster the highest standards of professional practice and development within our supportive network of teachers.
Our members have provided us with proof of their minimum standard of training of 200 hours within an accredited yoga teacher training program, or have been duly reviewed for acceptance by delegates of our association.
MEDIA AND TELEVISION
One: the Body, Mind & Spirit channel is a digital channel that airs progressive programming from Canada and around the world on natural health & personal growth. The channel's content reflects the rich diversity of the body, mind and spirit genre, with shows devoted to natural medicine, alternative forms of exercise such as yoga and tai chi, organic foods, paranormal phenomena, and much more.
PROVINCIAL YOGA DIRECTORIES
GTAYoga.com is Toronto’s portal to the yoga community.
Whether trying to find a studio in your part of the city or looking for one of Toronto’s many unique events, GTAYOGA.com is your source.
vancouveryoga.com is about so much more than just Yoga.
We are an online voice for visionaries from different backgrounds that have the same mission as us... promoting bliss. We feature articles about people, places and events in our region. Our classfinder database is a great way to search for yoga, pilates or movement classes in your neighbourhood, while our events page is a current reminder of interesting happenings in our backyard. You can also visit us to learn about a new wellness therapy, read about a local, organic eatery or download a yoga routine that you can practice at home on your own time. Our visitors range from Vancouver and beyond and we are always looking for community contribution and feedback. Please write to us at email@example.com
YogaMontreal is dedicated with the greatest respect to Montreal's yoga teachers.
A directory of many different styles and traditions of yoga being taught in the city of Montreal. A look at how yoga - a comprehensive set of physical and spiritual exercises - intersects with many other disciplines and activities.