Feel like a new person

Kundalini yoga is a fast way to relax and release stress.

 

Escape the busy-ness of everyday.

Each class will leave you feeling calm, refreshed and ready to take on whatever’s next (like those crazy dreams of yours).

“After my first class with Aili, I slept better than I had in a long time. And with each class, I feel more and more layers of stress melting away.”

—Tiina

Slow down.

Catch your breath.

Move your body.

Clear your mind.

"Since I started coming to class, I’ve noticed that my mood is brighter and I have more energy."

—Sheila

Hi! My name’s Aili Kuutan.

I know how hard it can be to get through the day and sleep through the night.

I’ve practiced and studied many different kinds of yoga and can tell you this: Kundalini yoga gets the most immediate results.

Results like more energy, mental clarity, better sleep, a brighter mood…

Although these classes are small and intimate, through events and online recordings, I’ve taught yoga to hundreds of people and guided thousands through meditation.

It would be my pleasure to welcome you to class.

See how happy, strong & resilient you can be

Join me for classes in Toronto

 

Fall 2019

Wednesdays from 7:15 to 8:30 pm

September 11th to December 11th, 2019

$20 for a single session
$70 for a 4-class pass

 

Winter 2020

Wednesdays from 7:15 to 8:30 pm

January 8th to April 1st, 2020

 

in the Gallery Room at Estonian House
958 Broadview Avenue
(near Broadview & Danforth)

 

“These classes have made me stronger and calmer.”

—Marika

$20 for a single session
$70 for a 4-class pass
$221 for the Winter 2020 season (13 classes)

Prices include HST.

You’re also welcome to simply show up. You can pay by cash or e-transfer in class.

Have questions? Check out the FAQs or feel free to email me.

Prefer something more private? Click here.

 

“I feel like I have more energy. I like Kundalini yoga better than other yogas I’ve tried. It’s a more relaxing yoga. Plus, I’m able to fall asleep and stay a sleep more nights than before I started coming to class.”

—Carol