30 classes in 40 days 2014


After overwhelming positive feedback we are doing it this year again. Take 30 classes at Feel Good in 40 days between July 4th and August 2nd and you are entered into win a Big basket of yoga gifts and more! The Challenge – 30 Classes Join us for our Summer Challenge! Kick start and bring your practice […]

Kundalini and the Gong with Hari Singh Khalsa


Join us for an afternoon of Kundalini and the Gong with Hari Singh Khalsa: Saturday October 5th 1:30 – 4:00pm Feel Good Yoga and Pilates Studio 2745 Veterans Memorial Pkwy #127 Langford, BC The sound of the gong creates deep relaxation, releasing us from the torrent of thoughts our mind releases. It stimulates the glandular […]

Practicing Yoga in Victoria

Revolved chair – Parivritta Utkatasana Pelle and I recently took this picture while hiking around Victoria BC. We stopped to do some yoga together on a little hilltop overlooking Thetis Lake. Revolved chair pose has many benefits. Like chair pose, it strengthens the legs and core. Twisting from the waist assists in toning the internal […]

Path to Teaching Yoga — Learning From My Vikshepas

My path to Teaching Yoga was learning From My Vikshepas. The wikepedia definition of vikshepa is as follows: “A Buddhist term that is translated as “distraction”, “mental wandering”, etc. In the Mahayana tradition, vikṣhepa is defined as the mental motion or wandering towards an object which causes the inability to remain one-pointedly on a virtuous […]

Universal energy

Prana, Qi, Shakti — what do these qualities or phenomenon have to do with yoga practice? Prana is the life force of the Universe. In yoga our Prana is best expressed through our breath. We breathe in life to our bodies through air. By developing an awareness of our breath we can direct the life […]

Laughter Yoga

Laughter can be stimulated as easily as making eye contact with someone; a friend, a family member, when you’re in a nasty situation or an absolutely ridiculous thing happens and you just cannot stop giggling. There have been accounts of people being nursed miraculously back to health from merely laughing, because of the effect it […]

Yoga for Menopause

Yoga for Menopause and Hormonal Imbalance Hormonal imbalance can be the result of many different physiological processes. The Endocrine system and more specifically the Hypothalamus (a small structure at the base of the brain) is responsible for the regulation of many bodily functions including appetite and temperature as well as womens’ menstrual cycles. The Hypothalamus […]