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ERgonomic Fitness

 ERGoYoga             2020                    

                  Cancellations of large gatherings. Due to Coronavirus began - March 16 2020

Days & Times: Tuesday & Thursday 12:05 - 12:50

Place: Bodymind Centre #8 :- 105 Villa St.    

Class description: ERGoYoga (Ergonomic yoga) is 45 minute class 

-part of a unique experience for workers and anyone dealing with stress or daily pain from repetitive work.  Learn valuable movements, postures, proven techniques, lessons - loosen tight muscles, joints and tendons.  Release frozen shoulders & neck pain with daily practice.  Become balanced, stay injury free and highly productive throughout your day.

- Running late due to meetings or have to leave early no problem join us.

Senior Pass PRICES: $120.00 plus HST $15.60 = $135.60

Note: variety of passes to choose if you are not 55 + see paypal Drop Down box below.

Payment options directly with me, online see below paypal, direct banking

Class runs all year long (Note: occasionally no class *Weather, sick, Holidays)

Passes continue until you complete what you  pay for purchase another when complete.

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Drop Down menus for variety of Passes available:  

Pay before or after class, cheque, cash, Pay Pal or etransfer.


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Enjoy unlimited classes !    Bodymind Centre

 Bodymind Centre members join this class Free. 

I designed ERGoYoga myself in 1992 when I had Fitness in the Workplace at the Ontario Government Building “Harbourview Fitness Programs” Workers has many injuries from repetitive movement specific to their jobs 

- injuries include frozen shoulders, sciatic pain, neck, lower to upper back pain, carpal tunnel and so much more.

I designed the class using Hatha Yoga, structural integration, Ergonomic stretches, Feldenkrais and healing yoga.  

A fusion of all techniques by breaking down each pose-stretch with breath to accommodate all levels for safety with progression to heal.

My teaching comes from many resources, courses. books, manuals, experts in the field who I have learned from.  (Diana Milligan, Paull Chek, Peter Twist, Dr Ken Kinakin & the many yoga workshops I have taken for over 37 years)

Having grown up with many injuries through playing climbing fences, trees, buildings & falling, gymnastics, skiing downhill, tobogganing, tubing, swimming, cycling and being short to mention a few.

Often found going to professional’s chiropractors, physio-therapist the injuries did not heal.  May have been fixed through adjustment but not healed.  I learned to do find the resources that work best for me - Books - Sports Message 1980 - looked at every sport and what where the repetitive moves where, what was effected & how to fix, balance and proper stretching "Stretch & Strengthen" by Judy Alter 1980 or earlier.

These played a key roll in healing. Doing specific balanced exercises 3x - 3x day for 3 - 6 months continue on regular basis most days at least once a day forever. 

Important stay active, listen to your body sounds and how you feel, incorporate stretching for areas of the body when you feel the need & use conscious breath.