The weather is getting colder, but there is a place to hide and spend few hours at the new Yoga Tree studio opened recently at the heart of Toronto, Bay and Dundas. This easily accessible location makes a fantastic escape to relax and rejuvenate after a busy day. It is a lovely place where you can heal and energize.
I was really into the inspiring story of Debbie Fung and Jason Lu, who were persistent in pursuing their dreams to create a yoga community going back in 2007. Last week we were invited to join the opening celebration of their fifth Yoga Tree studio in the GTA which says how popular and desirable these studios in our city. My first thought about this new location was how it is close to Toronto Financial District along with Eaton Center, Dundas Square and Ryerson University.
I like that Yoga Tree is a whole new concept of yoga where everyone can join no matter of level experience you have. The atmosphere at the Yoga Tree is calm and welcoming, to make you forget all hassles and problems of this busy world, re-charge and get your energy back. The studio offers about 75 classes per week where you can practice over eight yoga styles.
Bay & Dundas Yoga Tree is 10,000 square foot spacious studio with big rooms, FSC certified cork flooring, energy efficient lighting, lockers and convenient change rooms with blow dry stations.
A special attention goes to sauna, which brings so many health benefits, come to relax, revive, rejuvenate, get rid of muscle tension and purify - such a great addition to yoga classes. The studio also features tea lounge where you can enjoy Kombucha Bar which offers an amazing organic cold tea elixir with a thousand year old recipe to cleanse, detoxify and energize.
Overall, the atmosphere in the studio was fantastic, you feel like you want to go back over and over again and leave the studio fully relaxed and empowered.
Take a chance, stop by 123 Dundas Street West and experience the incredible getaway in Toronto downtown. For fees, membership and corporate discounts please check http://www.yogatree.ca web site.