Float + Flow Yoga

As of Winter 2022, The Canadian Canoe Museum is postponing Float + Flow Yoga until further notice. Until then, we invite you to visit our blog for the latest updates on our activities and programs.

New Year, New Beginnings with Instructor Caroline Anderson.

First, a huge thank you to Melissa Nagy for her time and energy in creating the Float and Flow yoga experience at the Museum! We wish her all the best in her new endeavour at The Nook.

We’re thrilled to share that Caroline Anderson will be joining us to carry this class on, starting Wednesday, January 30 at 5:30pm. Caroline will be offering a Vinyasa Flow class, a dynamic style of yoga that is both challenging yet accessible to all levels. This Vinyasa Flow class will focus on linking continuous movement with conscious, mindful breath. Expect a more vigorous class aimed at building strength and flexibility!

Introducing Caroline

A curious mind and a passion for sharing the key to increased strength and mobility, Caroline has found yoga to be a source of constant learning and exploration. After being diagnosed with scoliosis as a young teen, back pain and headaches became a regular part of life. It wasn’t until years later did she discover the power of yoga through a local studio in Ottawa, ON. Practicing under instructors of various styles inspired her to move, breathe, and connect. 

As she travelled to new countries, it was her yoga mat that was her constant companion, and the thirst to learn more about yoga led her to continue to practice in all sorts of environments (whether in a downtown studio, on the beach, or in the forest). Caroline blends the mind and the body, focusing on breath work through creative sequencing that are not only fun and challenging, but energetically stimulating. Through her classes you can expect a fluid connection between the mind and body, and thoughtful sequencing to draw it all together. 

Float + Flow is a by-donation yoga class with all proceeds going to The Canadian Canoe Museum! Classes are every Wednesday from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the museum.

All levels are encouraged! Please bring your own mat and water.