We offer a number of yoga and movement focused programs for improving your health through a balanced mind-body approach. Each program targets one of the areas of strength, flexibility, mobility and balance (or all of the above!)

Hatha Yoga

Intensity
Low
High

The perfect complement to your weekly training regime, this program is dedicated to building strength, mobility and joint stability. An ideal program to decrease incidence of overuse injuries and address chronic areas of restriction by incorporating movement stressing alignment and mind-body awareness.

 

PISE is pleased to welcome Erica Joelle as a new instructor this Winter. Erica Joelle has been a yoga instructor in Victoria, BC since 2017. Passionate about the holistic healing qualities of yoga, Erica completed her 200-hour teaching certification at the Brahmanda School of Yoga in 2017, and is currently completing her Bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Wellness at Camosun College. Erica combines her enthusiasm for yogic philosophy with her education in human anatomy and exercise physiology to create classes focused on student safety, alignment and a rich mind-body connection. Please check back in Fall 2019 for potential offerings or check https://www.joelleyoga.ca/ for alternate options with Erica.

tuesday
6:00–7:00 PM
Apr 2
Reg. #5020

PISE Fusion

Intensity
Low
High

Fusion fitness is a mind–body class that provides the best of both worlds by integrating movements from Pilates and yoga! Enhance your body awareness, posture, balance, flexibility, leg and arm strength and core stability using the best piece of fitness equipment available today…your body! Prior experience is not required.
Instructor: Melissa Clarke, MSc

monday
5:30–6:30 PM
Apr 1
Reg. #4936
monday
5:30–6:30 PM
Apr 8–Jun 24
Reg. #4971
No Classes April 22, or May 20
monday
5:30–6:30 PM
Jan 14–Mar 25
Reg. #4747
No Class February 18, 2019

Functional Mobility for Performance

Intensity
Low
High

The perfect complement to your weekly training regime, this program is dedicated to increasing mobility, stability and flexibility. Decrease the incidence of overuse injuries and address chronic areas of restriction by increasing joint range of motion and efficiency of movement. Please check back in Spring 2019 for future sessions.