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An Om T.O. Fit for Fall Studio Sponsor

Om T.O. is proud to present Toronto’s first annual Fit For Fall, which will be taking place at the Distillery District on September 27th from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The event provides a continuous day of outdoor stretch, boot camp, movement, yoga and meditation classes led by the most dynamic and popular instructors from the top studios in Toronto. 

Yoga Tree will be providing a yoga class which will be taught by Jelayna Da Silva, who taught at OmT.O. on June 21st. Her class will be taking place at 10:20 a.m. “OmT.O. was such an exceptional event. There's something uniquely powerful about Torontonians coming out in the thousands to participate in the practice of yoga and say collectively ­ "Yes, this is a part of our lives". It's a celebration of movement and life and an acknowledgement of community that is incredibly heartening,” said Da Silva. “It's left me in excited anticipation for Fit For Fall. By having a similar event only months apart, the enthusiasm for fitness and sense of community has a chance to build.” Yoga Tree Studios is one of the largest yoga studios in Toronto with locations at Bay and Dundas, Yonge and Eglinton, Richmond and Spadina, Richmond Hill and Vaughan. We offer over 1,000 yoga classes a month in an array of yoga styles ranging from hot yoga, core yoga, hatha flow, restorative yoga and yin yoga. Yoga Teacher Training program is also offered annually at our downtown studio. 

Yoga Tree will be offering an all levels Hatha flow class, which will begin slow and steady to properly wake up the body and mind. “Each posture will flow seamlessly into the next allowing for synchronicity of breath and movement. Every pose will build upon the last, methodically warming up the body, working our way into a Goal Pose intended to strengthen our body­mind connection,” said Da Silva. “By moving together, the class will be designed not only to increase connection to self, but also connection and appreciation to those around us. Flow and let go as you find yourself in the dance of yoga.”