Welcome to Get Yoga!
You are welcome to come out to any of our classes. Preregistration is not required for classes on our regular schedule.
$15.00 drop in
$110.00 for a 10 class flex pass, good for all classes.
Winter Schedule at a Glance:
Please click class name for a description.
12:00 PM: Hatha/Yin Fusion with Joanne
9:00 AM: Gentle Hatha and Meditation with Jenny (Brendon and Leslie team teaching Feb. 25)
12:00 PM: Yoga for Round Bodies with Julie
4:00 PM: Flow into Your Week with Melissa (Emma teaching Feb. 25)
*Special Events and Workshops*
Beginner’s Progressive: Grow Your Practice with Leslie.
Begins April 8, and runs Sundays 10:30 – 11:30 AM. Please preregister with Leslie by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Upcoming Workshops: Please register to reserve a spot.
Sunday, February 25 from 1:30 – 3:30 PM: Yoga for Back Care and Back Pain with Emma Rose. Please email Emma to reserve your spot: email@example.com
Sunday, March 4 from 6:00 – 7:30 PM: Yin Yoga and Reiki with Joanne. Please register with Joanne: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday, March 11 from 1:30 – 3:00PM: Cat Yoga with some furry friends from Fixed Fur Life. Fundraiser. Please preregister: email@example.com
Business of the Year 2017, Specialized Services: Quinte Business Achievement Awards
Find us at The Studio Above the Grind – 45 Front Street Trenton
Private Classes for individuals and groups are available. Please contact us for more information. 613-475-3462
For more information about Pilates with Roz please visit pilateswithroz.com
Mats and Props are provided at the studio
If you would like more information on any class feel free to contact any of our instructors: contact page
I’m a Beginner!
For some, the idea of the first yoga class can be a bit scary. Am I flexible enough? I won’t be able to keep up with everyone else. Not to worry! In yoga we start from where we are and work within our own personal boundaries. Check out our frequently asked questions.
A Word about Intensity
You can choose your own intensity level at any class you attend. Always work within your personal boundaries. While it is good to create challenging sensation by assuming stretching or strengthening poses – it is never good to create pain. Remember! The ultimate expression of your pose is not defined by how you look compared to others, it is defined by what you feel within. Low Intensity classes are good for days when you want to take it easy, High Intensity for days you want to work hard and Medium Intensity are (of course) somewhere in between.