Peace of Minds Yogathon
Saturday, February 28th, 2015
in Toronto, Oakville and Whitby!

This annual event will draw energy and power to the healing component of yoga in the balance of mental health and physical wellness.

Yoga has long been seen as a tool for improving mental health.  Today, many therapists include yoga and other body-focused practices in their work.  The Peace of Minds Yogathon is designed to showcase the proven benefits of the practice to a wide audience of all ages and abilities, and raise awareness and funds for mental health.

There are many ways to participate and support the Peace of Minds Yogathon. You can help us raise funds by:

  • attending a yoga class
  • fundraising for the Peace of Minds Yogathon
  • attending a class and fundraising


This year’s Yogathon is holding events in Toronto, Oakville and Whitby studios. Classes are available in either hourly blocks or as a full day’s session.

Classes will be held at the following locations:

Toronto: The Lab, 3rd Floor, 483 Queen St W.
Oakville: St. Thomas Aquinas Secondary School, 124 Dorval Drive
Whitby: Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences, 700 Gordon Street

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Want to Host a Karma Class?

In addition to the Yogathon, yoga studios across Ontario are encouraged to host Karma Classes in support of Peace of Minds throughout the month of February. The choice of date and type of class is determined by the yoga studio with the proceeds supporting SSO’s programs and services. Hosting a Karma class is a fun and fulfilling way to help SSO provide hope for Ontarians affected by schizophrenia and psychosis and their families.

To host a Karma Class contact to receive a Karma Class Kit!

Want to Volunteer?

Volunteers are the heart of Schizophrenia Society of Ontario and play a vital role in carrying out the mission and mandate of the organization. Volunteers donate their time, energy and skills to support our programs, assist the families that need our help and organize our events. Your valuable contribution of time will allow us to sustain our existing services and programs and to increase and expand the assistance we provide.

Click here for volunteer opportunities

This event is organized by Schizophrenia Society of Ontario

Their mission. We make a positive difference in the lives of people, families and communities affected by schizophrenia and psychotic illnesses.

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