When Attending a Studio Class
Wear masks please, especially funny ones, to and from your mat!
Masks are Not Required while doing yoga or even laundry for that matter
Be sure to bring your own mat, water, blanket and any props you require directly to your space
Come completely dressed for class
Spaces are greater than 6 ft apart but be mindful of social distancing at all times
“We missed you so much and we cannot wait to flow together both in studio and now via live-streaming.
The pandemic has brought with it a whirlwind of challenges for everyone in the world. In times of such change, we’re grateful for the constants that surface in our lives. For us, that has been the deep strength, positive support and endless energy of this community and of course the power of our yoga practice in my studio.
As we look forward to the days and months ahead, I wanted to share some exciting news! Each of our studio classes will be streaming live so you can move, stretch, breathe and get your heart pumping from home as we lead our signature Chair Yoga and Yoga Flow classes in real time. You can stay healthy and stay fit wherever you are. See Tina Yoga Live
Our in studio classes will follow health guidelines pertaining to class size and attendance will of course be limited to meet requirements for social distancing. I encourage you to book early to attend classes with me in person.
Explore our schedule now and feel free to contact me with any questions. Stay safe and stay fit.-
Tina is a certified yoga teacher known for her love of yoga and inspirational style of teaching. Her insatiable curiosity brings a wealth of knowledge to the studio. As a wife, mother and grandmother, Tina incorporates many types of yoga traditions into her daily yoga classes, with all different age groups and capabilities.
Over the past 20 years Tina has been teaching and travelling the west coast of Newfoundland and has been a student of yoga since the 70’s. She studied yoga with masters in the US and Canada and is certified in Hatha Yoga, Yoga of the Heart, Yin Yoga, and PoundFit.
1 – In being able to practice yoga in a safe clean welcoming environment
2 – That anyone can do yoga, at their own pace
3 – In providing you with experienced and inspirational teachers
4 – In giving back to our community
5 – In Offering many different types of yoga classes
6 – That yoga helps you live an inspired life
7 – That yoga should be affordable for everybody
8 – That yoga breathing is the best
9 – That yoga relaxes your body, mind and spirit
10 – That you’d be happier if you did yoga
11 – That we shouldn’t teach something that we don’t practice ourselves.
12 – In sharing our knowledge and love of yoga
13 – We believe yoga can change the world ?
14 – It’s never too late or too early in life to take a yoga class
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At Tina Coleman Yoga, you will find Hatha Yoga classes that are instructional, insightful, and appropriate to your level of yoga experience. All classes are sequenced intelligently to help you absorb the practice best, and will vary based on the time of year, time of day, and instructor.
Join us after class on Wednesday mornings for a coffee at one of the local coffee shops!
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Our Chair Yoga class includes postures, meditation, and breathing which enhances mental and emotional well-being and improves an individual’s physical strength and stability. This class can be done by everyone but especially those with knee or hip injuries or seniors. You will be absolutely amazed just how much of a full body workout this class can give you while in the comfort of our brand new steady blue chairs. After class we strengthen class friendship by enjoying the company of one another at a local coffee shop. We would love to have you attend this class.
Gentle yoga is a class focused on rejuvenating and healing the body. This class includes gentle stretches, breathing relaxation, and simple movements to increase range of motion to the major joints. Our classes are designed for anyone of any age whether you are new to yoga or a continuing student interested in basic yoga postures and breathing practices.
Longer held poses with vinyasa flow sequence, deep breathing techniques, followed by meditation and relaxation. Our Hatha Yoga classes are instructional, insightful, and appropriate to your degree of yoga experience. The state of yoga is defined simply as having a one-pointed, focused mind. Hatha Yoga uses physical postures and other practices to find this state. A well-established practice with ancient roots, yoga is supported by modern science and embraced all over the globe.
This class uses a host of techniques to release tension and restore range of motion such as self-massage techniques and myofacial release techniques using a tennis ball, while combining various styles of practice such as Yin, Restorative and Hatha Yoga. This class style fuses the yoga postures and use of the tennis balls together, creating a deep healing and therapeutic experience.
Explores the connective tissue and joints of the body. Postures are passive and held for a length of time to increase awareness and prana flow to suggested areas. Although this class is open to all levels, be aware that it is not an easy practice, due to the long holding of postures. Pregnant women welcome.
Tennis ball therapy yoga
Vinyasa Power Flow
These classes are modeled on the Asthanga style of Yoga. Modified versions of more challenging poses will be practised but be sure you work at your own pace and take breaks whenever you need. Vinyasas are essentially a sequence of the Sun Saluation Series of Chaturanga, Up Dog Down Dog, all linked to breath. You will build strength and flexibility while stretching the legs and relaxing the spine. If you like a great workout this class is worth trying.
Aerial yoga is a type of yoga combining traditional yoga poses, pilates and dance with the use of a hammock. It expands your yoga practice while suspended as well as on the floor. The hammock acts like a swing or soft trapeze, supporting the hips for forward bends and back bends. Yoga postures which some find difficult to do on the ground, such as the reverse post, may be easier in mid-air using the hammock, and the hammock moves add variety to your workout. This is particularly beneficial for students that spend a long time sitting because it has a decompressing effect on the body.
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Walking into Tina Coleman's studio after a day of work is like coming home, a good place to be. Safe, protective, professional, non-judgemental. Very knowledgeable yag teachers!! Thank you.
Tina Coleman Yoga is like a second home to me. The community is so welcoming and the teachers are all fantastic. I enjoy the variety of classes, I can always find a class that suits my mood perfectly.
Best studio around. If you're looking for a great traditional neighbourhood studio with well trained instructors, Tina Coleman's the place.