Retail Hours

Monday to Thursdays 10:00am to 5:30pm

Fridays 10:00am to 7:00pm

Saturdays 10:00am to 5:30pm

Sundays 10:30am to 4:00pm

Statutory Holidays Closed

38134 Cleveland Avenue

PO Box 76

Squamish, BC

V8B 0A1


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Come and Meditate with Us!

Alanna Gillis

Yin & Meditation - Mondays 11:00am to 12:15 pm

Alanna's classes are about tuning into yourself. She believes self-awareness is the building block for inner peace, which leads to creative expression. Her mission is to set us free from the limits that bind us using yoga and meditation as the conduits to the deep relaxation that we all seek within. 

Alexia Davies

Lunchtime Meditation - Wednesdays 12:00pm to 12:30pm

During this half hour meditation Alexia will guide you in igniting your own spark of creativity, listening to your inner self and finding more purpose and meaning in your every day life. This is also a great opportunity to share in community and supporting one another on our paths. After the meditation there will be an opportunity to sit by the fire and participate in an open discussion about meditation and spirituality.

Annie Martinello

Annie has been guiding Yoga Nidra for 6 years. Maybe you have listened to her melodic voice guide you into a deep state of relaxation on a Sunday evening at the Yoga Studio on 2nd Avenue. Now you have the chance to try Yoga Nidra in the morning! It's such a great way to start the day.

Learn more about Annie and her offerings at

Bex Mitchell

Hatha Yoga into Meditation - Wednesday 4:00pm to 5:15pm

The Sanskrit word ‘Yoga’ literally translates as ‘union’, to unite and become one. Traditionally, this refers to the union of the body and mind or the universal self with the individual self. To me, yoga is also about uniting with each other, supporting each other on our yoga journeys & refraining from comparison or judgement. 


In addition, I believe that our yoga practice starts with our state of mind, once we accept ourselves exactly as we are & let go of the ego, we can relax into our practice without judgment or self doubt and experience the benefits of this ancient practice. 


So far, on my yoga journey, I have explored different styles and levels of yoga as well as continuing to learn about the history and philosophy along the way. As well as deepening my yoga practice, I found myself becoming more and more interested in working with energy and delved deeper into holistic therapies & spiritual practices. After meeting so many inspirational holistic therapists and yoga teachers, it didn’t take me long to decide that I also wanted to be able to share and teach the practice of Yoga and promote wellness throughout the community. 


I attended my 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in India, the heart and home of yoga! I spent an intensive month studying and practicing yoga and immersing myself in the yogic lifestyle. After graduating, I moved from my home in the North East of England to Banff, a beautiful national park in the heart of the Canadian Rockies, and began teaching and sharing yoga. A dream come true. 


I am now settled in Squamish, Canada’s capital of outdoor recreational activities! Living here is incredibly inspirational, we are truly immersed in nature and I am very excited to reach out and continue sharing my yoga and wellness journey with the community of Squamish! 

Carolyn Green

Lunch Time Meditation - Tuesdays 12:30pm to 1:00pm

In a world overrun with stress and exhaustion, so many of us are in dire need of calmness in our lives. Carolyn’s goal 
is to empower others in their journey of reclaiming calmness by creating customized daily practices and quick-fix calming tools and solutions.

Learn more about Carolyn and her offerings at

Corinne Donnelly

TriDosha Series - Fridays 10:00pm to 11:30pm

I am a multidimensional Goddess, and a wayshower of inner and outer evolution. I have a deep passion for health, expansion, and connection. Creativity is the reality I exist in, and it is my great pleasure to share this expression with you. 


The Tri Dosha series is a practice stemming from Traditional Tantric lineage.  This is a practice of culturing our whole selves in asanas which create physical and metaphysical impact on our beings and invoke a deep state of relaxation. This tradition teaches relaxation of the conscious mind thus allowing the subconscious to express its innate wisdom and healing. You will be guided into an awareness of harmony and sense of your infinite True Self.


Sense Bliss.

Jacson  Wighton

Men's Meditation - Thursdays, 6:00pm to 6:45pm

Dedicating nearly ten years of my life to studying food and how different cultures around the world develop based on food accessibility. Understanding the current state of affairs through food consumption and how what we eat geographically shapes culture. I worked in many fine dining restaurants around the world learning how to understand food on a deeper level. Becoming ill, I put my faith in the modern medical systems which failed me time after time. Becoming frustrated I began a different approach and focused on diet and healing from the inside out. This study of food from a different perspective and how to use food as medicine and maintain a healthy functioning body opened up many doors and I began exploring many different avenues. This lead me to understanding the importance of balance between body and mind, and eventually realizing the soul. 


 Leaving my ordinary job behind I began my spiritual journey that would lead me to traveling across Nepal and India. Challenging myself on a solo adventure through the Himalayas I realized the power of the mind and simultaneously found answers I had been looking for. I would end up living as a monk for nearly half a year and continue these practises daily. Going on pilgrimage to many holy places across Nepal and India, visiting many temples and participating in many spiritual rituals. Returning to Australia I would end up cycling down the eastern coast over 2000km to where I found myself at a massive Eco/Yoga community. There I would focus on deep sadhana as well as perma-culture and understanding the connections and relationships between us an the world. After this I returned back to Nepal and began working in remote village communities to learn ancient techniques of working with the land. Setting up programs that would allow meditation and yoga to schools and using those tools to increase their academics. Also setting up programs that focused daily on healthy food especially fruit to underprivileged children. I continue and always focus on diet as one of the main principals in a spiritual life and continuously study and work on ayurvedic techniques working towards developing a greater understanding and how to apply these forms of healing. Today I continue my yogic practises and have been blessed with so much clarity in my life that I now would like to share this gift with others.

Kirstin French

Yoga Nidra - Wednesdays 8:00am to 9:00am, Fridays 7:30pm to 8:15pm

Lunch Time Meditation - Fridays 1:30pm to 2:00pm

Yoga Nidra or Yogic Sleep is a much needed opportunity to bring deep rest to your body and analytical mind while training your awareness to remain awake. This practice is done lying down in savasana or corpse pose. Bring your yoga mat, a pillow, an eye mask and a blanket.

Nathalie Maginot

Pranayama Meditation Routine - Tuesdays & Fridays 8:00am to 8:30am, Sundays 10:00am to 10:30am

I truly believe that healing - on a deep level - can only happen, when we  work with ourselves, when we take the responsibility for our lives, when we become more conscious of ourselves and the world around us.

In my work as a health practitioner and yoga instructor I am guiding you on a journey to reconnect with your true self, to learn to listen to your inner guide again and to become more conscious to obverse what is serving you and to make conscious decisions towards being more content and as a natural consequence healthier. 

In my healing sessions and yoga sessions I combine my understanding of Yoga, Meditation and Pranayama with my knowledge in the Manual Treatment Orthobionomy, in Pranic Healing, Traditional Homeopathic and Ear Accupunture to create a space in which you can work with your consciousness, connect with yourself and activate your healing powers. 

Ravi Inder Kaur (Kelly Ann Woods)

Kelly teaches traditional Kundalini Yoga classes as taught by Yogi Bhajan. Some classes are easier, some are more difficult. It varies from week to week. Each week involves kriya (movement), meditation, pranayam (breath) and chanting. Yes, chanting. All of the movement sets and meditations are taught in keeping with the tradition of Kundalini Yoga.
In preparation for the class each week, Kelly tunes in to the energy of what we may all commonly be experiencing. Is it a new moon or full moon? Are there major world happenings we could all be sharing the witness of? What are major astrological aspects affecting us all?

Ross Tayler

Reclaim Your Laughter -  Once per month Thursdays from 7:30pm to 8:30pm

I'm sure you have heard the phrase "Laughter is the best medicine." The average child laughs between 300 and 400 times per day. By the time we reach adulthood we are reduced to laughing, on average, only 12 times a day! Laughter has been proven to reduce stress, pain, and depression while improving creativity, physical vitality and a sense of well being.

Learn more about Ross and his offerings at

Sandra Ashmore

Kundalini Yoga - Tuesdays 9:00am to 10:00am

Kundalini Meditation - Thursdays 12:00pm to 12:30pm

Sandra has been practicing yoga for 20 years and is a Kundalini teacher since 2008. She has completed several trainings in transformational and healing modalities including Peruvian Shamanism and Hawaiian massage. Currently she is working in the addictions and wellness field along side her therapeutic message practice/ business. She is committed to a heart centered  and wholistic approach to life and healing. Her offering is about sharing the experience of connection to Source, igniting the experience of infinity for others and opening space for destiny and soul retrieval.


Cacao Circle - Fridays 10:00am to 11:15am 

Sophia is an integrative counselling therapist, kundalini yoga teacher, Priestess, ceremonialist, grassroots herbalist and cacao alchemist! She holds her Bachelor’s in psychology and is currently working on her Master’s in transpersonal counselling therapy.  Her friends describe her as down to earth, caring, compassionate and non-judgmental.  She is a Mother + nature lover. On her spare time, Sophia is often found walking in the woods of Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish) wildcrafting for medicinal plants and mushrooms. She loves books, animals, world travel, her friends and family.

Muchos Gracias Pachamama. Pura Vida!

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Stacey Tucker

Children's Meditation Ages 3 & 4 - Mondays 3:45pm to 4:30pm

Children's Meditation Ages 5 to 8 - Thursdays 3:45pm to 4:30pm

Stacey uses the art of storytelling combined with the practices of mindfulness & meditation,

to promote peace, connection & education. Her children's meditations will include time to get the wiggles out, mandala colouring, seated (or laying) meditation and time to talk about our experiences. Learn more about Stacey at

Sue Olson

Early Morning Meditation - Monday and Thursday 6:30 to 7:30am

Meditation, yoga, nature and holistic wellness practices have transformed Sue’s life. Sue holds space for those wanting to begin or maintain a daily meditation practice and cultivate safe, self-supportive inner environments. In an increasingly unpredictable and chaotic world, cultivating calm is a constructive and courageous act. Sue is a yoga teacher following the Iyengar lineage. She is certified in Yoga for recovery and trauma-informed Yoga. Sue will be here to hold space for your personal meditation practice. Come for a 15, 30 or 45 minute sit or stay for the full hour. Enjoy your personal meditation practice in the company of a group.

Toni Potters

Bite Size Yoga Nidra - Tuesdays 5:45pm to 6:15pm

Toni is a wedding officiant, birth doula, and yoga instructor. She has been instructing yoga for 18 years. Lately, her little family is calling Squamish home. It's here that she feels inspired to answer her call towards nature. Forest bathing, foraging, chasing her six year old up mountains and loving this life she feels so blessed to live.