Our Team

Edi Spanier
Edi Spanier
Owner/Instructor
Edi’s background in fitness and physical movement spans over 20 years of training in gymnastics, figure skating and dance. This combined with over 10 years as a fitness instructor, has enabled Edi to develop a finely tuned understanding of how to assist others to become aware of and familiar with their own body’s subtleties and cues.

In recent years, Edi has introduced her clients to more mindful practices having completed her own training in mat Pilates under the leadership of Anita Seiz, obtaining her Level 2...

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Ingrid Harrison
Ingrid Harrison
Yoga Instructor
Ingrid is a BCRPA and Yoga Alliance CYT-RYT 200 certified Hatha teacher (currently working on her 500 hour certification) and Registered Nurse. After an injury at work Ingrid discovered a love for yoga, and now her goal is to make yoga accessible to everyone. Safety and alignment are priority as she guides you with ease through the physical practice of yoga. Her teaching approach is supportive, gentle and compassionate, while maintaining a sense of humor. Focus is on the connection of breath and movement. Ingrid’s firm belief is that there is a yoga practice for every body.

“Yoga is a light, which once lit will never dim. The better your practice, the brighter the flame. B.K.S Iyengar


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Linda Shore
Linda Shore
Substitute Yoga Instructor

Substitute Yoga Instructor

Linda is a BCRPA and YMCA certified Yoga Fitness Instructor, certified in Hatha, Restorative and Yin yoga. Her Hatha classes provide a well-balanced combination of flowing poses meant to invigorate and strengthen, and include balance and flexibility training. Her Yin classes offer gentle postures that stimulate the connective tissues to encourage flexibility of the joints and recharge the body’s energetic system. Her Restorative classes inspire balance and renewal and nurture a state of wellness.

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Karin Olsson
Karin Olsson
Yoga Instructor
Karin’s initial training to become a yoga instructor started in White Rock in 2015, which was a natural progression after having practiced yoga herself for many years. It was a work related injury that led her to yoga, and the practice helped de-stress and heal.

Why does she love yoga? Because it is so good for us, both mentally and physically. Practicing at a class, surrounded by other practitioners, is also a community experience, which is so important in our fast-paced stress-filled world. It is the way that yoga combines the body, mind and breath that is so beneficial for overall wellness.

Becoming a yoga instructor was a dream of hers for years, as it was time to share her love and belief in the healing practices of yoga with others.

Karin’s teaching style is friendly, warm and focused on going inward and safe alignment.

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