Echo

The focus of Echo's class is self-awareness, creating space in the body and balance, through the playful combination of breathing exercises and movements that strengthen the core.

After stumbling upon yoga in 2008, Echo discovered yoga as a key to rejuvenation, vitality, and especially mental acuity. After leisurely teaching yoga to tourists on a Goan beach in India, she knew she was ready to deepen her practice and take her passion to the next level. After returning to Toronto, she completed her 200 hour Registered Yoga Teacher Certification (RYT200).

The focus of her class is self-awareness, creating space in the body and balance, through the playful combination of breathing exercises and movements that strengthen the core. Her flowing style allows students to explore sensation and strength by incorporating smooth and meaningful transitions between posture. All designed to discover the inner edge by drawing on the breath with willfulness and mindfulness.

Even almost after a decade and 3000 hours of teaching, you will still hear her sharing that “Yoga is one of the best things that have ever happened to my life” with the 300+ students she’s had the pleasure to teach. Her students can feel that she teaches with kindness and understanding as she creates classes where students can move and gain self-awareness in a non-judgmental, inclusive and non-competitive space.