Moksha-Inspired Hatha

38 °C | 38% HUMIDITY

The Class

This practice cultivates slow, intentional movements with focused, deliberate breathing. With origins close to the traditional 26&2 sequence, the Moksha practice, now referred to as ‘Modo’, is a less rigid, more free-moving Hatha practice than its hotter predecessor. Taught in a hot room, this practice is designed to build stamina, flexibility, strength, and balance. Like 26&2 and Fusion, this practice begins with a standing series and finishes with a floor series.


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The Teachers



Kendall is a massage therapy student, substitute teacher, kinesiology grad and movement enthusiast. She was born and raised in Scarborough, Ontario, a suburb in Toronto. She is fascinated with the human body and craves “in the flow” experiences.  While playing soccer at university, she was looking for a way to loosen up tight hips and ankles, as well as prevent future injuries – that lead her to a hot room at Moksha Yoga London in 2007. It was love at first sweat!

She has trained with the Moksha/Modo International faculty and Ryan Leier and the One Yoga faculty, as well as smaller trainings with Eoin Finn of Blissology, Alan Mileham, Mark Stephens, and YogaFit  International. Her studies include hatha, vinyasa, ashtanga, vinyasa krama, Iyengar, yin, myofascial yoga, prenatal, aerial, mindfulness and kid’s yoga.



I first came to yoga for a good stretch to complement my days spent playing soccer and running. I was hooked as the practice was a perfect balance of challenge, ease and fun, which left me feeling confident and strong. Over the years my practice has ebbed and flowed with the changes in life. It has taught me patience, compassion, and awareness to myself and others. I am so grateful to have found yoga. Learning how to become aware of the nervous system, the mind, the breath and how they all connect has been fascinating. I’m a forever student who enjoys geeking out over the human body. I hope to share a little bit of what I’ve learnt mixed in with some joy for the practice.  

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