Mukti Studio acknowledges that we are on the traditional territory of many nations including the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee, and the Wendat peoples, and is now home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples. Our studio is located in South Etobicoke as such we would like to acknowledge the original caretaker of this land. The name “Etobicoke” originates with the Mississauga First Nation, which called Etobicoke Creek, and the area around it “Adobigok”, meaning “where the alders grow.”
Have you been away from your mat for a while? Looking to try out a new physical practice? Looking to find a new Yoga studio? Well, we may be the answer. We host Aerial yoga classes which is a modern support practice (shown above) . We host Hatha yoga and vinyasa classes if you are looking for something more physically demanding. If you need to turn inward to reflect you can try our Restorative yoga or Yin yoga.
Derived from the Sanskrit word “yuji,” meaning union, yoga is an ancient practice that works to bring the mind and body together. Asana (physical practice) is only 1 of 8 limbs of yoga. The yogic lifestyle incorporates ethics, mantra, asana, breathwork, and meditation,. Yoga postures are designed to encourage relaxation, release stagnant energies and prepare the body for meditation. With many ancient and modern styles offered at our yoga studio, we are sure we can help find a flow that best suits you.
This pandemic has presented many challenges from extended self-isolation to the production of a new cultural norm of uncertainty. With mental health issues skyrocketing as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, an important shift needs to occur to better the mental well-being of all Canadians.
We would like to offer you an opportunity to connect/reconnect/or discover the benefits of physical yoga practice in bringing balance to everyday life. Discover its ability to aid in further connection with the self. We offer a wide variety of aerial yoga classes, mat yoga classes, and guided meditations that can aid in the rediscovery of yourself.
“Knowing others is wisdom, knowing yourself is enlightenment.” Lao Tzu.