Welcome To Yoga PEI

Seeking a studio and teacher that resonates with what you are looking for in your yoga practice? This is your destination, we offer a diverse schedule of a multitude of yoga classes, from wide range of instructors and studios to choose from on Prince Edward Island. Also, get the latest updates about classes, retreats and more, and be APART OF THE COMMUNITY.
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PEI Yoga Studios

Prince Edward Island Yoga Community is one of acceptance of people of all shapes, ages, and experience level; explore our yoga studio to find the one that meets your needs.

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Hatha Yoga

Hatha Yoga is all about the basics, with slower movement that require you to hold each pose for a few breaths. In many studios, hatha classes are considered a gentler form of yoga. 

Best For: Beginners due to its slower pace, hatha is a great class if you’re just starting your yoga practice.

Vinyasa

Vinyasa Yoga is about linking movement and breath together in a dance-like way. You wont linger long in each pose and the pace can be quick, so be prepared for your heart rate to rise. Teachers will often pump music, matching the beats to the sequences of the poses. 

Best For: Intense exercisers, such as, runners and endurance athletes due to its faster pace and continous movements.

Iyengar

Iyengar Yoga is about precision and detail, as well as your body alignment in each pose. Props such as yoga blocks, blankets, straps or a ropes wall are required. You will work within a range of motion that is safe and effective. Unlike Vinyasa, each posture is held for a period of time. 

Best For: Detailed-oriented yogis. Teachers in this style tend to share information about anatomy, movement and form during class. Safe for any age and great for those with injuries, though you should consult with your doctor first)

Ashtanga

Ashtanga Yoga is about six series of specifically sequenced yoga poses, you’ll flow and breath through each pose to build internal heat. You will perform the same poses in the same exact order in each class. Some classes teachers will call out the poses for you while others you are required to perform the series on your own. But there will always be an instructor in the room to assist you if you need it. 

Best For: Perfect for perfectionist, due to strict routine and guidelines.

Bikram

Bikram Yoga is 90-mintues of specific series of 26 poses and two breathing exercises practiced in a room heated to approximately 105 degrees and 40 percent humidity. All Bikram studios practice the same 90- minute sequence. Note that the vigorous practice combined with the heat can make the class feel strenuous. Rest when you need to and be sure to be hydrated beforehand.

Best For: Those newer to yoga might appreciate Bikram for its predictable sequence, and those who gravitate towards a set routine may find it suitable.

Specialty Classes

Pre/Post-Natal

Iyengar Yoga is about precision and detail, as well as your body alignment in each pose. Props such as yoga blocks, blankets, straps or a ropes wall are required. You will work within a range of motion that is safe and effective. Unlike Vinyasa, each posture is held for a period of time. 

Best For: Detailed-oriented yogis. Teachers in this style tend to share information about anatomy, movement and form during class. Safe for any age and great for those with injuries, though you should consult with your doctor first)

Children Yoga

Ashtanga Yoga is about six series of specifically sequenced yoga poses, you’ll flow and breath through each pose to build internal heat. You will perform the same poses in the same exact order in each class. Some classes teachers will call out the poses for you while others you are required to perform the series on your own. But there will always be an instructor in the room to assist you if you need it. 

Best For: Perfect for perfectionist, due to strict routine and guidelines.

Gentle Yoga

Bikram Yoga is 90-mintues of specific series of 26 poses and two breathing exercises practiced in a room heated to approximately 105 degrees and 40 percent humidity. All Bikram studios practice the same 90- minute sequence. Note that the vigorous practice combined with the heat can make the class feel strenuous. Rest when you need to and be sure to be hydrated beforehand.

Best For: Those newer to yoga might appreciate Bikram for its predictable sequence, and those who gravitate towards a set routine may find it suitable.

Chair Yoga

Iyengar Yoga is about precision and detail, as well as your body alignment in each pose. Props such as yoga blocks, blankets, straps or a ropes wall are required. You will work within a range of motion that is safe and effective. Unlike Vinyasa, each posture is held for a period of time. 

Best For: Detailed-oriented yogis. Teachers in this style tend to share information about anatomy, movement and form during class. Safe for any age and great for those with injuries, though you should consult with your doctor first)

Seniors Yoga

Ashtanga Yoga is about six series of specifically sequenced yoga poses, you’ll flow and breath through each pose to build internal heat. You will perform the same poses in the same exact order in each class. Some classes teachers will call out the poses for you while others you are required to perform the series on your own. But there will always be an instructor in the room to assist you if you need it. 

Best For: Perfect for perfectionist, due to strict routine and guidelines.

Therapeutic Yoga

Bikram Yoga is 90-mintues of specific series of 26 poses and two breathing exercises practiced in a room heated to approximately 105 degrees and 40 percent humidity. All Bikram studios practice the same 90- minute sequence. Note that the vigorous practice combined with the heat can make the class feel strenuous. Rest when you need to and be sure to be hydrated beforehand.

Best For: Those newer to yoga might appreciate Bikram for its predictable sequence, and those who gravitate towards a set routine may find it suitable.

Massage Therapy

Iyengar Yoga is about precision and detail, as well as your body alignment in each pose. Props such as yoga blocks, blankets, straps or a ropes wall are required. You will work within a range of motion that is safe and effective. Unlike Vinyasa, each posture is held for a period of time. 

Best For: Detailed-oriented yogis. Teachers in this style tend to share information about anatomy, movement and form during class. Safe for any age and great for those with injuries, though you should consult with your doctor first)

Karate

Ashtanga Yoga is about six series of specifically sequenced yoga poses, you’ll flow and breath through each pose to build internal heat. You will perform the same poses in the same exact order in each class. Some classes teachers will call out the poses for you while others you are required to perform the series on your own. But there will always be an instructor in the room to assist you if you need it. 

Best For: Perfect for perfectionist, due to strict routine and guidelines.

Beach Yoga

Bikram Yoga is 90-mintues of specific series of 26 poses and two breathing exercises practiced in a room heated to approximately 105 degrees and 40 percent humidity. All Bikram studios practice the same 90- minute sequence. Note that the vigorous practice combined with the heat can make the class feel strenuous. Rest when you need to and be sure to be hydrated beforehand.

Best For: Those newer to yoga might appreciate Bikram for its predictable sequence, and those who gravitate towards a set routine may find it suitable.

Disconnect to Reconnect!

We are in the era of self-love, self-care and self discovery.  There are many ways to achieve this depending on who you’re asking. For some, this might look like a Swedish massage with a galss of wine on Friday night, while for others this can look like a Yoga Retreat on an Island where time tends to stand still and nature is all around you.

Animal Yoga

Goat Yoga

What is Goat Yoga?

Goats, it turns out, love to Hop on Anything! A caprine vinyasa session or baby goat yoga is meant to be relaxed form of yoga, consisting of various asanas (poses) primarly at beginner level and intended to be open to yogis of every skill level. Goat Yoga incorporates animal therapy where yogis exercise and mediate in the presence of goats to help you relax and stay calm. 

Horse Yoga

What is Horse Yoga?

Animal yoga is meant perfect for animals  lovers as it is meant to improve the bond and connection between two living things. Horse Yoga specifically was created to improve core stability, balance, and helps yogis stay present, all while creating a unqiue union with a majestic animal and the nature that surrounds you both.

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Opening Hours

Mon-Fri: 8 AM – 5 PM
Sat-Sun: 8 AM – 2 PM

Phone

(255) 352-6258

Address

1234 Divi St. #1000
San Francisco, CA 94220