Sarah Nurcombe demonstrates the bender ball exercise to vistors at the Yoga Hub’s open house. September 10.
Pass Herald Staff
The Yoga Hub kicked off an open house September 10 to showcase the variety of yoga activities available.
Everyone who attended enjoyed snacks, drinks and were given a showcase of the different props, exercises and activities people can enjoy.
“We take pride in our work, we care about our students and we celebrate diversity,” said Dr. Sarah-Dash Arbuckle, an instructor with the Yoga Hub.
“We have an abundance of props to offer so that any skill level can feel comfortable in the poses and we try to make sure that each and every student feels served,” according to Arbuckle.
The Hub offers seven different classes for people from all walks of life and private classes are also available.
“We take pride in our work, we care about our students and we celebrate diversity,” according to Arbuckle.
Beginner/Intermediate yoga- a gentle exercise for beginners students, Stretching to Unwind; a class designed to release stress at the end of the day and core class with Bender Ball; a class meant to build core strength and postural awareness.
“The demonstrations provided were fun and exciting, especially the bender ball trial with Sarah Nurcombe,” Arbuckle described the open house.
Arbuckle also takes her students out of town for retreats.
“We had a great Waterton Retreat in March that was very well attended and a lot of positive feedback was received,” she said.
“As far as we know, student are pleased with the variety of classes and instructors, we take any feedback we get very seriously and try to accommodate as may requests as we can,” according to Arbuckle.
There are also private classes available for anyone who is interested.
The open house success is nothing new for people at the Yoga Hub.
“When we moved to Main Street our client base quadrupled,” Arbuckle said
The Hub has been in Blairmore for 4 years, and before that, it was situated at the MDM in Bellevue for three years, she said.
If you are interested in joining the Yoga Hub for classes please content Sarah-Dash Arbuckle or Tina Pedersen with the Health Hub at (403) 563-3334 or check out the website www.thehealthhub.ca.