With all the distractions in life, it’s nice to relax and decompress in a quiet space. Celeste Boran-Fetch has created just such a space with her local studio, Tapestry Yoga. Open since September 2015, Tapestry Yoga features a completely renovated studio space along 16th Street West, just off of 2nd Avenue. With various classes available for both kids and adults, Tapestry Yoga can help you decompress.
"There's a lot of distractions in life, and I think it's nice to have a place to go where it's a little more serene," Boran-Fetch said in an interview.
Yoga is a practice that originated in India thousands of years ago. Modern yoga focuses on breathing, alignment, movement, concentration and meditation. The practice has grown in popularity in Prince Albert, Boran-Fetch said.
Tapestry Yoga offers a range of Lifecycle Yoga Programs including Prenatal Yoga, Mama and Baby Yoga, and Little Yogis, for kids aged five to nine. Classes are offered at various levels and times throughout the week. Instructors Boran-Fetch, Laurie Basaraba and Marcia Klein offer a quiet, relaxing space to practice yoga, regardless of your age, fitness or flexibility level. They also offer general classes for adults including Yoga Foundations for beginners, restorative yoga for those needing to decompress, and Flow, Hatha Flow, and Warm Vin/Yin for those looking for a more active yoga class.
The studio features a lounge and waiting area and a small yoga boutique, stocked with various types of yoga gear. You can bring your own mat to class, or borrow props at the studio.
Private yoga sessions, or classes aimed at helping you work through stress or anxiety, are also available. Boran-Fetch is a trained Social Worker who works half time as a social worker in schools and throughout the local health region.
Boran-Fetch enjoys her work as a social worker, but, it was in yoga that she found a new passion.
"I started yoga when I was a young mom and university student. I was immediately hooked." she said.
"I really love working with families. Families doing yoga is such a beautiful thing."
Eight years after her first class, her instructor announced she was leaving Prince Albert, and Boran-Fetch was asked to take over as an instructor. It's been seven years since she taught her first class, and Boran-Fetch is still loving every minute.
Not sure yoga is right for you? Sign up for the new student introductory package - which allows you to try seven consecutive of days of unlimited yoga for just $25.
"If you try one style of yoga and you didn't like it, there's probably something else we offer that will meet your needs,” Boran-Fetch adds.
And, as she says on her website, "you don’t have to be flexible to practice Yoga. Saying you can’t practice Yoga because you are not flexible enough is like saying you are too dirty to take a bath. Flexibility is a product of Yoga, not a prerequisite"
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