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Kundalini Yoga, Meditation and Gong Journey

Spring Classes

Tuesday, 7:00 - 8:30 pm 

May 28 - June 25 2024  [Full - please email to be placed on wait list]


Balance & Wellness for the Seasons: Late Summer

“We can only be said to be alive in those moments when our hearts are conscious of our treasures.” – Thornton Wilder


A journey to support the body and mind to align with the natural flow of the seasons. 

As we conclude our journey through the 5 Seasons, we explore Late Summer. This is the season to ground our minds and bodies as we move from the vibrant, energy-packed summer to the slower, calmer autumn. Harnessing the characteristics of the Earth element, we cultivate what helps us thrive, connect to our natural surroundings and promote healthy digestion.

This five-week series brings the opportunity to balance and strengthen the organs and elements associated with Late Summer: spleen, stomach and pancreas, the element of Earth, and the emotions of worry, anxiety, and overthinking. Discover ways to engage in healthier eating at this time of the year and supportive practices to cleanse and nourish your life force energy (prana) to support improved health.

Through intentional practice of breath-work, postures, meditation, and sound therapy (symphonic gong bath), these classes are designed to support and promote balance and well-being.

In Kundalini Yoga we harness the mental, physical, and nervous energies of the body and put them under the domain of the will, which is the instrument of the soul. Combining breath, mudra, eye-focus, mantra, body locks, and postures, we balance the endocrine system, strengthen the nervous system, expand lung capacity, and purify the blood. More about benefits...

​Location:  United Church, 43 Riverside Dr, Okotoks (parking and entrance on east side, closest to Public Library)

Registration & Payment:

Space is limited to 11 spots so please register early to reserve your place.

Please email to register and e-transfer to reserve your place.


  • $108 for 5 classes

  • $27 drop-in

All levels are experience are welcome.

What to bring to class


Wear comfortable, loose clothing, preferably of natural fibre. Bring a water bottle, a yoga mat and/or sheepskin, something to cover yourself during deep relaxation.

Bring any props you may need to support you during your practice (meditation cushion, bolsters, blocks etc.)


Avoid eating just before coming to a yoga class. Ideally eat 1 to 1.5 hours before, so your body has time to digest the food before your practice.




I can't believe how many changes I am feeling since I started taking your class.  I am bursting with joy, excitement gratitude etc....  I have more patience and understanding for everyday life.  Please continue your path of teaching because you are making a difference in people's lives.

R. W.

Theresa has been a wonderful Kundalini Yoga instructor.  Her classes are always motivating, inspiring and challenging and I look forward to them every week.  She also has encouraged me on a personal level and supported me to practice Kundalini in my own space.  I even used the breathing techniques and strategies on my recent wedding day and it definitely allowed me to enjoy my day with grace and ease. I will continue to explore and practice Kundalini yoga for the rest of my life.  Sat Nam.   

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