Power Vinyasa Flow


The Class

An invigorating practice that will challenge, build strength and core stability, and stretch your body. Within this practice there are modifications and variations. The yoga sequence includes sun salutations, standing, seated, balancing, and twisting poses, and will include fun arm balances and inversions. Each class will be different, and will often have a different focus, depending on the instructor, and the practitioners in the room that day. Get ready to have fun, play with your edges, and discover your full potential! Common postures in all ‘flow’ classes might sound familiar to you: Downward Facing Dog, Upward Facing Dog, Warrior One, Warrior Two, Tree Pose, etc. These are common postures in the Vinyasa, Power Vinyasa, Grounding, Ashtanga, Rocket classes.


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The Teachers



Pauline has lived in Lethbridge for over 10 years. Originally from Calgary, she moved to Lethbridge to complete her BFA at the U of L. Her plan was to leave shortly after completing her degree, but opportunities continued to arise that allowed her to remain in the city. She fell in love with yoga 11 years ago – the 26&2 class kicked her butt, and she loved every minute of it. Off to training the following year, and more trainings in the years that followed. She is trained in Bikram (26&2), Power Vinyasa Flow, Vinyasa, Yin, Buti, Ashtanga/Rocket, and Nidra.

Although Pauline can’t get most of her family members to practice yoga when they visit the city, her amazing husband, Cam, can be seen around the studio all the time, helping our team, and ready to chat with everyone he sees.



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.



Laurie has been settled in Lethbridge for the last 23 years, however, she loves adventures that take her near and far. As a natural born nurturer to five kids, four cats, two dogs, and any other being (human or otherwise) that crosses her path, Laurie has a drive to care for others that led her to share the practice of yoga.

Laurie finds both playfulness and grounding through her yoga practice, and she strives to focus on the union of breath with movement. Her yoga journey started 8 years ago and continues to evolve through regular practice, continuous learning, and the joy of sharing this practice with others.




Her yoga mat is a place that reminds her of the Choose Your Own Adventure books from when she was a kid. Sometimes it reveals much, sometimes it offers straight up play and joy, sometimes it humbles her. She has been blessed with teachers who illuminated how to strive living open to grace and gratitude, filled with awe and wonder, on and off the mat.


I was raised on a farm in Wrentham, AB. I attended university in Utah at BYU. While I was earning my bachelors degree I gained a passion for outdoor recreation. Rock climbing , mountain biking, backpacking and water sports are the things I choose to do whenever I get the chance. I have 5 awesome kids and an amazing husband. We love to go on adventures together! I started practicing yoga in April 2018. Admittedly I initially came to the studio under duress. The friends I workout with wanted to add yoga to our workout and running routine. I agreed to give yoga try after a frustrating string of fitness related injuries. I survived my first class which was 26 & 2. I was pleasantly surprised with how good I felt … after it was over. I have been coming regularly ever since. I may have started practicing yoga for the physical benefits but I was amazed at the effect it had on my mental well being. Taking time away from the stresses of my day and allowing myself some guilt free “me” time has been just the thing I needed to gain and maintain a positive outlook on life.


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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