Earth Day

Join us in celebrating Earth Day on the mat with our series of special classes and by donation class benefitting Earthwise Society.

Candlelit Classes:

Use your membership, class pack or a single class drop-in to book. Regular late cancellations and no-show policies apply.

Wed, April 20th | 7:15 – 8:15pm
Candlelit Yin & Meditation with Lucy St. John

In this aromatherapy class we will explore the deeper dimensions of ahimsa (do no harm), and how we can develop a more meaningful relationship to the world in everyday life.


Wed, April 20th | 6:30 – 7:30pm 
Candlelit Flow with Carine Young
Richmond Oval

Be guided into your fire (manipura chakra) with primal drum beat sounds. Ignite your core and transform your whole being.


Wed, April 20th | 7:00 – 8:00pm
Candlelit Flow with Rika Lange
Northshore Elements

An invitation to connect back to the earth through a flowing, grounding practice of steady rooted poses and a long and sweet savasana.


“Salt of the Earth” By Donation Class:

Expect genuine grounding with yin yoga and meditation; a tribute to being tethered to this earthly body, while stretching to the sounds of nature. All levels welcome. 100% of funds raised will be donated to Earthwise Society, a local non-profit organization dedicated to cultivating sustainable communities.

Thurs, April 21st | 8:30-9:30pm
Salt of the Earth: A Candlelit Yin & Meditation with Sandra Stephanson
Downtown Flow

In studio and virtual spots are available:


Donations are set to $10, $20, $30, or $50 

Earthwise Society, a not-for-profit charitable organization, is a public demonstration garden and organic teaching farm located in Tsawwassen. Through workshops and educational programs, we target food security, therapeutic horticulture, and the protection of urban habitat. Our programs promote sustainable gardening, improve food literacy, and provide a chance to connect with nature and improve wellbeing. Partnering with community organizations, we distribute thousands of pounds of fresh, local produce each year to help at-risk populations make healthy food choices. Through a long and varied history of educational projects and policy initiatives, Earthwise Society has been a leader in environmental education and sustainability initiatives for over 40 years.