Thinking about doing a detox or cleanse? Looking for support and guidance?

Then this workshop is for you – our own Ayurvedic Practitioner, Wendy Robertsen, will set the stage for a 7-day cleanse with group support.

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At the initial session, Wendy will provide you with cleanse recipes, instructions for diet, yoga and exercise, herbs and herbal tea. At the end of the cleanse, she will follow up with a private, individual consultation to discuss your results and how to maintain the benefits going forward.

Why do a cleanse?

Ayurveda regains health by restoring balance to your individual qualities and elements. Detoxification or “cleansing” is the process by which we can release environmental toxins, disease, and old metabolic waste from our bodies, and allow them to function at a much higher level. You do not need to have serious health concerns in order to benefit from cleansing. Even “healthy” people breathe in pollution, store toxins in their fat tissue, and absorb chlorine and fluoride from unfiltered showers and tap water. Some of the benefits of a cleanse include:

     More energy

     Clear skin

     Weight loss (if needed)

     Brighter eyes

     Stronger immune system

     Increased self-confidence

     Greater mental clarity

$99 + GST (includes an individual, 30-minute, private follow-up valued at $40)


Open Space Yoga presents a very special event


Our afternoon journey begins by warming the body up with a series of Yin Yoga poses while accompanied by music played by Kiyoshi. These long-held, passive floor poses will open the lower part of the body – the hips, pelvis, inner thighs and lower spine, preparing the body for our deep Yoga Nidra relaxation experience.

Yoga Nidra is a state of  consciousness between waking and sleeping, like the “going-to-sleep” stage. It is a state in which the body is completely relaxed. Yoga nidra is among the deepest possible states of relaxation while still maintaining full consciousness. 

The Handpan is the new age instrument invented in 2000 in Switzerland. The first maker got idea from the Caribbean instrument and the Indian instrument. It’s beautiful and soothing but sometimes very passionate and percussive sounds.


He was born in Fukuoka in Japan and has has played music since the age of 18. He started playing handpan in 2017 and has performed in schools, churches, workshops in over 20 countries. Now he plays and enjoys introducing the handpan instrument to make people feel happy. Follow: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube


For over 15 years, Michael has found yoga to be a path of the most profound personal exploration, he is devoted to sharing the spirit and joy of yoga and mindfulness meditation in his classes. Michael teaches yoga in a fun, friendly, non-intimidating style making it accessible to all age groups and levels of ability. Michael also consults for wellness businesses. Follow: Instagram

Sunday June 10th, 1-2:30pm

10% off for annual members when signing up in-person

Call 778-858-9642 or Register Online.

Limited Space.


Please bring a pillow.