Community

AHIMSA: this word has popped up quite a few times for me in the past 24 hours and I think it is a good sign! Do no harm.


I had the honor last evening of attending the grand opening party of a new local Mile End organic yoga studio and community space: the home of Ahimsa Yoga Montreal.

And this is a good time to remind you that part of these writings are to share with you, my community, all the glorious and wonderful actual places and people in our community web that are doing beautiful work every moment.

Ahimsa Yoga is the first of these places that I want to share with you. Even though I just met Miranda and Andrew, the founders, there is a genuine felt sense when you step into the community space that they’ve created that it is your space too. And that it really is a safe place. Isn’t this what community is all about? A place and network of people that we feel safe within? Ahimsa is great name for this community building studio because literally when we “do no harm”, when we energetically impart this idea, people do feel it. We feel safer. Safe to be who we are, to learn, to grow, to explore, and to really live the life of yoga that is ever so trendy at the moment!

I look forward to more cooperative engagements with ahimsa yoga, so keep an eye out!

And another gem from my ahimsa-filled-weekend: do no harm, check it out!

AHIMSA: this word has popped up quite a few times for me in the past 24 hours and I think it is a good sign! Do no harm.


I had the honor last evening of attending the grand opening party of a new local Mile End organic yoga studio and community space: the home of Ahimsa Yoga Montreal.

And this is a good time to remind you that part of these writings are to share with you, my community, all the glorious and wonderful actual places and people in our community web that are doing beautiful work every moment.

Ahimsa Yoga is the first of these places that I want to share with you. Even though I just met Miranda and Andrew, the founders, there is a genuine felt sense when you step into the community space that they’ve created that it is your space too. And that it really is a safe place. Isn’t this what community is all about? A place and network of people that we feel safe within? Ahimsa is great name for this community building studio because literally when we “do no harm”, when we energetically impart this idea, people do feel it. We feel safer. Safe to be who we are, to learn, to grow, to explore, and to really live the life of yoga that is ever so trendy at the moment!

I look forward to more cooperative engagements with ahimsa yoga, so keep an eye out!

And another gem from my ahimsa-filled-weekend: do no harm, check it out!

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  1. Thank you Nadia for your visit to Ahimsa. Thank you for sharing, I could feel the welcoming energy of the space through your words.
    Love,
    Nathalie in Vancouver

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