• Based in Toronto, Annabel teaches Hatha and Vinyasa yoga, and mat Pilates for individual private clients or private small group classes. Classes take place in your home or in a local studio. Regardless of which discipline she is teaching, Annabel’s focus is on body awareness, alignment, breath, strength, and flexibility.


    Having always had a keen interest in health, Gillian has allowed her curiosity guide her to her a career as a Holistic Health Coach and Yoga Teacher. She lives and breathes what she does and acts as a role model for her audience. Gillian shares her message of a balanced, healthy lifestyle through her group classes, retreats, workshops and her online courses. Her intent is to inspire positive change in as many people as possible, in hopes that they too complete the circularity of the process. Gillian has been featured on RogersTV, CHCH, CityLine, MindBodyGreen, DavidWolfe.com, BodyRock and Elephant Journal.

  • David Good has a passion for sharing his love for the practice of yoga with years of teaching and training under his belt. He specializes in restorative, therapeutics, foundation and beginners yoga.

  • Tasha Rooke is a Yoga, Meditation, and Reiki Guru. Tasha since the age of 9 has streamedlined her life's mission to healing. She facilitates holding space for pain both physical and mental in terms of: chronic pain, stress, anxiety, cancer, depression etc. She is a teacher trainer, on-going student, and is authentic in what she has to offer to the world.

  • Leslie Parker is the director of the Mindful Movement Centre, Toronto. A former professional ballet dancer, she has been teaching yoga, Pilates, and body conditioning for more than a decade. She uses her extensive knowledge of different movement forms to teach fitness, increase flexibility, and treat injury.

  • Deborah has been teaching Yoga for over 15 years and practicing for a lot longer! Deborah Brodey is the Founder of Radical Self Nourishment Programs and Find Your Voice Programs. She is a Yoga Teacher, Vocal Sound Healer, Ceremonial Leader, Transformation Guide and a member of the Inner Arts Collective in Toronto, Canada. She has an M.A. from OISE/U of Toronto in Adult Education and Transformative Learning as well as a B.A. in Anthropology from McGill University.

  • I discovered yoga after completing my MA in International Development and working with some of the world’s most at-risk populations. It was during a Yoga Teacher Training in the Sacred Valley of Peru where I realized how self-awareness, mindfulness and higher consciousness is the path towards truly eradicating disease, poverty and exploitation, both in Canada and across the globe. It was there where I realized that the journey to peace begins with each individual.

  • Janine has been teaching Hatha yoga classes since 1998. Specializing in movement and breath, she have been offering group classes and private consultations. Janine has employed her expertise both in private business, teacher training courses, and syllabus design. Various modalities available include: cranial sacral, Reiki, breathing, meditation and physical body work. Janine started yoga approximately 20 years ago.  Her classes can be challenging or heart warming and calming.  Janine believes you need a sense of humor in life and likes to remind her students to not be so serious with their yoga.  A balanced practice of effort and surrender.

  • I have been teaching Hatha Yoga in Toronto since 2006 and enjoy a thriving schedule working with people of all levels and abilities including seniors, beginners, athletes, and office workers. My yoga teaching style is supportive, encouraging, and gently challenging. I'm not interested in making you push harder or go faster. Instead, I understand that more is gained and learned when we ease off and slow down, so that we learn to use less effort and overcome unconscious movement patterns that may be more harmful than we realize.

  • Yoga teacher, yoga therapist, wellness coach, published author, and healer. Ella has been teaching yoga since 2008. After graduating with a Psychology undergraduate degree and a Masters in Education she worked overseas where she discovered Ashtanga yoga in 2005. Upon returning to Toronto in 2007, Ella completed Downward Dog Centre’s teacher training and continues to be guided by Ron Reid.

  • Daya Kaur has been practicing Kundalini Yoga since 1996, teaching, and living a yogic lifestyle since 2002. Certified through KRI, IKYTA with additional training in Healthy Breast Program, KY for Addiction Recovery, Radiant Child, and Holistic Nutrition.

  • Born in Guru Ram Das ashram in Toronto, Gurushabd grew up in a spiritual community of Kundalini Yogis, healers, teachers, and Sikhs. When she was 13 Gurushabd spent a year studying at a yogic school in India. She became a certified Kundalini Yoga teacher at the age of 17 and has been teaching ever since. Gurushabd teaches welcoming Kundalini yoga classes with a graceful spirit and a deep gratitude for whoever walks through the door. Her yoga classes have a smooth flowing rhythm, and she shares the truly transformational techniques of Kundalini Yoga in a simple, accessible, and profound way. When she's not teaching or practicing yoga, Gurushabd is directing the studio and connecting with students. In her down time, Gurushabd can be found biking around the city, playing ultimate frisbee, meditating, and hanging out with her husband Nash. She takes a break annually by retreating to India for the winter.

  • While my classes are Vinyasa & Hatha based yoga, they're graced with Anusara & Ashtanga elements. I teach a soulful yoga class where you can expect to be challenged while put at ease. Yoga classes are a mix of poses that require presence along side stress relieving postures. You'll be sweating with a smile.

  • Kim is a gifted and empathetic educator and practitioner with a passion for somatic and movement disciplines including yoga and body energetics. Drawing upon this unique blend of dynamic modalities, Kim guides students to inhabit their bodies more deeply through the exploration of Embodied Integrity via slow + strong asana practice, therapeutics, restorative yoga and experiential movement.

  • Shareen Woodford is a Toronto based Yoga and Pilates teacher and yoga teacher trainer. She leads classes in Ashtanga, Vinyasa Flow, Power Yoga, Yin, Yin Yang and restorative yoga as well as mat Pilates and Pilates on the reformer and cadillac in the Greater Toronto Area. Shareen is also a renowned yoga teacher and yoga teacher trainer, having led retreats and Yoga Teacher Training programs locally and internationally. She teaches Ashtanga, vinyasa, power, yin, restorative and hatha. She travels regularly to India to study yoga asana, pranayama, philosophy, sanskrit and chanting with the worlds best teachers and gurus such as Sharath Jois, Saraswati Jois and Lakshmish Bhat at KPJAYI, and Dr. M. A. Jayashree and Sri M. A. Narasimhan at the Anantha Research Foundation.

  • Rachael Fallon is an International Yoga Teacher who has been leading Teacher Trainings, Workshops, Festivals, Master Classes and Retreats in India, Nepal, Thailand, China, Mongolia, Malaysia, and Canada for the past 12 years. She has trained in various Holistic Psychotherapy modalities and came to Yoga from a transformational background using Yoga as a tool for self-discovery and healing. She has deeply immersed herself in many lineages and conscious communities including Vinyasa, Jivamukti, Iyengar, Vipassana, Gestalt, Energy Healing, Ashtanga, Yin/Yang, Hatha, Vikasa, Power Yoga, Buddhism and Vedanta. She has lived in Asia Teaching and Studying since 2009, and is happy to return to Toronto to share what she loves with others.

  • In 1976, at Desikachar’s urging, Rosemary began teaching yoga to individuals and in classes. Since 1995 she has focused on a community based practice, teaching young people at the University of Toronto, and mentoring teachers. Respecting the individual is at the heart of her teaching, both in individual lessons and small group classes.

Top 20 Yoga Teachers In Toronto