Beyond The Mat

Beyond The Mat is our conscious collective effort to put our yoga practice into action, and reach out with a compassionate heart as a community. Funds raised through our Karma class will be supporting:

Ride to Conquer Cancer
Benefiting The Princess Margaret Hospital

We are supporting Kula student, Meagan Sanchez as she prepares to ride for her mom - and many others! - in the Ride to Conquer Cancer benefiting The Princess Margaret Hospital.  The cycling journey will involve a two-day ride leaving from Toronto and arriving in Niagara Falls.  Funds raised in The Ride to Conquer Cancer will support breakthrough research, exemplary teaching, and compassionate care at The Princess Margaret Hospital, one of the top 5 cancer research centers in the world.

To learn more, please visit: Ride to Conquer Cancer


Preserving Canada’s Arctic North
Blending Spiritual Healing with Scientific Support
With Dr. David Suzuki

April 9, 2011
Toronto Convention Centre

Thank you to everyone who joined us for the heart-stirring talk with Dr. Suzuki where we dove deeper into the science of sustainability, as well as the metaphysics behind healing the planet. The focus of the seminar was on the critical situation in the Arctic North, and how individually and collectively, we can support and direct healing through our consciousness, as well as  manage our resources skillfully and respectfully for generations to come. In addition to Dr. Suzuki's lecture, a metaphysical discourse was presented on the importance of preserving the earth’s electro-magnetic field and one's own health, and the day concluded with a World Healing prayer.

Dr. David Suzuki is an award-winning scientist, environmentalist and broadcaster. He is renowned for his radio and television programs that explain the complexities of the natural sciences in a compelling, easily understood way.

Dr. Suzuki is celebrated as a world leader in sustainable ecology. He is the recipient of UNESCO's Kalinga Prize for Science, the United Nations Environment Program Medal, UNEPs Global 500 and in 2009 won the Right Livelihood Award that is considered the alternate Nobel.



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