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Welcome to our community! We strive for you to love your yoga practice.
It’s important to us to create an accepting, welcoming space.
This inspires us to offer classes for all levels!
Are you looking for small Whistler Yoga Classes in the heart of Whistler Village?
We have yoga classes every day with many styles to choose from. We offer many different class styles including Hatha, Yin, Restorative, Vinyasa, Yoga Nidra and Kundalini.
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Yogacara Yoga Whistler offers a blissful getaway in heart of the Village!
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Compassion, connection and community are of the highest value to our Whistler yoga community! We love sharing our passion for well-being with others. This inspires us to offer traditional and authentic yoga classes that nurture mind, body and soul. At Yogacara we offer small class sizes, an intention that puts people first. We strive to create a positive experience for all levels of practice. Our peaceful practice space offers a unique setting for everyone to enjoy. We recognize that yoga is so much more than the physical benefits. Embodying yoga as a holistic experience is important to us! We believe the principles learned on the mat has the potential to change lives. We commit to creating the best possible Whistler yoga experience for all. Welcome to our community!
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The plant-based scene is booming in Whistler and we’ve listed some of our favourite spots here on Whistler Yogacara where you can get your fill of delicious smoothies, salads, soups, wraps, burgers, pastries, and even lots of international dishes. While some of the diners are just vegan-curious, many of the patrons are health and fitness enthusiasts. A plant-based diet offers many positive aspects related to physical fitness as well as athletic performance. It can minimize the risk of illnesses related to eating animal-derived products, like hypertension and heart disease. In addition, a plant-based diet can boost your energy levels, manage weight, and reduce joint pain— benefits that many athletes can stand to gain. What is a plant-based diet? Before going into how a plant-based diet can change lives, let’s first talk about what it is. It’s similar to a vegan diet wherein a person abstains from eating any products sourced from animals.read more
Yogis aren’t shy to trying out or sticking to plant-based options. Whether you’re vegan, vegetarian, or flexitarian having a place where you not only feel welcomed but can find delicious eats is a top priority. Luckily, Whistler has plenty of options when it comes to a plant-based selection if you know where to look. Whistler plant-based foodies will appreciate this list from budget-friendly to a fancy night out. Here are our top Whistler plant-based picks For lunch: Naked Sprout Our neighbors below us have plenty of tasty plant-based options. From smoothies and juices to salad bowls and soups you’ll definitely want to stop here for lunch after class. Plus, they’re all organic and source from many local farms so you can feel good about what’s going into your body and supporting a community-minded local cafe. Local’s tip: A few times a year they offer a local’s lunch deal where you can get everything you want–food and smoothie–at one low price. Perfect for lunch dates!read more
“What is your practice like?” “What got you into yoga?” “Do you practice the same thing everyday?” These are just a few of the questions yoga teachers are asked by their students. To offer you some insight into the everyday life, practice, and routines of your favourite yogis we’ve asked a few of our Yogacara teachers to share their inspiration for 2019. Emily Kane What does your yoga practice consist of? (i.e. what style, influence, or essential parts of your practice) My practice changes everyday. It depends on what is going on in my life which determines what I need more focus on. Some days it’s a lot of movement and breathwork (like vinyasa or kundalini) while other times being still and going inwards with a yin or restorative practice is what nourishes me. I also regularly integrate mantra and meditation. When I’m travelling I like to meditate on planes, trains, or buses–I even do a short hatha sequence at the back of the plane when I’m flying!read more
Yogacara was an essential part of my winter vacation this year. The Whistler Village studio was just a hop skip and jump from my hotel. The studio is pristinely zen-like and fully equipped with fabulous props, so no need to bring your own mat as everything is already arranged and provided for. You can even help yourself to tea at the end of your practice.Julie M.