What People Are Saying

test3 When I started yoga in my early twenties it added zest, colour, and magic to my daily life as well as added flexibility in my body. Later on in my twenties I sort of lost yoga to university, relationships, work and so on and so forth. As a result I started to lose sight of the magic and beauty that is around us everyday. Signing up and committing to the Moksha/Modo Teacher Training in Nicaragua was the best decision I have made in the last 10 years since first stepping onto the mat. The training like an ocean wave smashed that beauty back into my life. Jeremy Van Walsh Nicaragua, Teacher Training Graduate, 2015

upcoming Events

  • Moksha

    A challenging, healthy all-level hot yoga sequence (linked with breath).

  • S&U (Stretch and Unwind)

    This class is excellent for those who prefer a less vigorous class and for those experiencing illness, injury, stress or chronic pain. It’s also a great introduction to the benefits of hot yoga.

  • Meditation

    There is nothing mystical about it. Meditation is the most accessible but also the  most advanced practice of yoga. No prior experience is necessary, everyone welcome!

  • Restorative

    In a dimly lit room with soft music, postures are held between 5 – 15 minutes while the body is supported by blocks, bolsters, and blankets. Wear comfortable clothing and discover how to relax and rest deeply.

  • Moksha with Live Music

    A Moksha/Modo class accompanied by live music. As awesome as it sounds.

  • Silent Moksha

    A standard class led silently by the teacher’s practice.

  • Moksha Flow

    A challenging, healthy, hot yoga FLOW sequence. Postures are linked with breath and downward-upward dog flow sequences.

  • Moksha Level 2

    A challenging and healthy intermediate hot yoga sequence with a short meditation and an extended savasana.

  • Yang/Yin

    Fusing the flow of the active yang-style from the Moksha Flow classes with some more relaxing and deepening stretches from yin yoga to round out your practice.

  • Community Class

    A reduced-fee Moksha class to make the practice more accessible to the community.

  • Karma Class

    A reduced-fee Moksha class. All proceeds support not-for-profit organizations.