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West Coast Community Yoga

Outdoor yoga for a cause. Located in Vancouver, Victoria & the Similkameen.

Photo by Tom L A Jones

 

Class Schedule

Dec 11 - Dec 17

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About Us

Outdoor yoga for a cause. Located in Vancouver, Victoria, & the Similkameen.

Through nature-based yoga, movement, and meditation offerings, our mission is to build and maintain nourishing and inclusive communities while giving back to those in need. 

 

West Coast Community Yoga is a not-for-profit organization in British Columbia, Canada aiming to do good for our communities through yoga, movement, philanthropy, advocacy, and connection. Our team encompasses a small but diverse range of yoga instructors & movers. As a collective, we are pleased to share culturally sensitive and culturally informed practices and are committed to the continuous learning that this work entails. Our classes are usually Hatha and Vinyasa style with plenty of modifications provided to suit the needs of many.

When possible, WCCY supports the efforts of local charities and community action movements in the following sectors:

 

- Environmental conservation,

- Education,

- Food Security,

- Indigenous land, health, and safety rights, and

- BIPOC equality & rights.

 

To maintain financial accessibility and inclusivity to yoga, all WCCY class rates and expenses are kept as low as possible with flexible payment/donation options to fit the needs of anyone who wish to join our community. Please reach out to us via email at westcoastcommunityyoga@gmail.com if our rates are inaccessible to your current situation.

West Coast Community Yoga is formerly known as Mountain Movement Yoga, which was founded in 2017 as a way to bring affordable and accessible outdoor yoga to the Similkameen Valley.