Yoga Instructors Running Classes at MokSana:
To attend their classes, please contact these teachers directly.
More teachers to be added!  Please keep checking for more information
Adele Worobey - 250-385-1277 or

Adele’s classes blend mindfulness, relaxation, body awareness and detailed alignment to find strength and space students may otherwise not have known was available to them, while always maintaining safety and comfort for people of all abilities.


Adele Worobey was first introduced to yoga as a young girl and the physical and spiritual practice has woven in, out and through her life since. She has studied many different styles with many teachers. The richness that yoga brought to her life inspired her to share with others, leading her to complete her teacher training at MokSana in 2005. She began teaching with MokSana in the same year and has taught in the Teacher Training Program since 2008. Adele’s training and over 20 years as a Counsellor and Therapist with extensive experience in trauma, depression and anxiety bring depth, compassion and warmth to her teaching.

Adele is offering one preregistered classes at MokSana:

Mondays 12:00-1:00pm

A lovely mid-day practice to start the week.  Adele will guide you through a gentle yet deep and strong practice suitable for all levels building from a foundation of mindfulness and relaxation and offering refined alignment and creative sequences.  You’ll leave the class feeling grounded, present, calm, and energized for the rest of the day and the week.

$45 in person (3 sessions at $15)

$30 live stream (3 sessions at $10)

Drop in may be available but please pre-register to avoid disappointment

To preregister please contact Adele at 250 385-1277 (phone or text) or

Andrea Ting - or

Andrea believes the yoga that takes place on our mats is  practice for the yoga that takes place in our lives. In her active classes, expect creative flows unified by precise alignment cues and thought-provoking themes.  In her Yin/Restorative classes, expect to discover a deeper discernment of sensations in your body and access your rest & digest response.


Andrea teaches yoga because she aspires to inspire. She believes that we are capable of igniting a revolution from within our own selves. On our yoga mats, we practice not just the physical asanas. We practice loving ourselves unconditionally; we practice honouring our own limitations but also testing our unlimited potential; we practice consciously creating peace within ourselves. When we emerge from our yoga practice as renewed human beings, we radiate peace. We are ready to create an upward spiral that unites us all.

In Andrea's active classes you can expect creative, playful and challenging flows that remain rooted in postural alignment, and she introduces themes that may resonate with our collective common experiences. She also offers an opportunity to connect to stillness and a deeper discernment to your own body's sensations in her Yin and Restorative classes.  Andrea completed her 200-hour teacher training with Eoin Finn | Blissology, and has furthered her studies with - and draws inspiration from - teachers such as Natalie Rousseau, Christine Price Clark, Sjanie McInnis, Bernie Clark, Clara Roberts-Oss, Tianne Allen and Jason Crandell. In 2018 she completed her 300-hour advanced teacher training program at Semperviva Yoga in Vancouver, and now serves as a mentor and educator to burgeoning yoga teachers.

For all class descriptions, schedule, pricing, registration, and payment, please visit Andrea's website at  For the latest information, please be sure to sign up for her newsletter, located at bottom of the page.  For further questions please send an email to

(All Levels Vinyasa Flow)

9:30-11:00am Saturdays

Brad Davis - &

Expect a foundation of gratitude and inquiry; encouragement to breathe and ‘listen’ deeply; thoughtful cuing towards deepening all facets of one’s practice; held within a circle of gentleness and calm.

Brad Davis (MEd., E-RYT 200, RYT 500) began his yoga journey 15 years ago while facilitating a leadership and global justice university program beside banyan tree in Southern India. He settled beside the Salish Sea in the land of Raven and Orca, Oak and Fir on the traditional territories of
the Lekwungen Peoples in 2010. His yoga teaching, beginning in 2012, has been most strongly formed by the ‘heart opening/heart breaking’ story of the alignment practice of Anusara, woven with the gentle and spacious practice of Yin Yoga, along with ongoing study into the evolving
contemporary story of yoga itself. His practice is deeply influenced by ‘Socially Engaged Buddhism’ and connection to the natural world. Years of exploring different forms of meditation, including many miles spent sitting on a bicycle and canoe seat, has inspired and shaped his approach to
including mindfulness practices in his teaching. He has come to understand and respect the capacity of yoga to increase our strength and mobility, engage with the patterns that nourish or limit us, develop resilience, and cultivate play in our unending journey to becoming more wholehearted beings. Brad believes in the ongoing nurturing of one’s inner teacher, leader, dancer and story-maker, both on and off the mat.

Yin Space 2021 with brad 


Drop in to the slow, quiet of yin yoga to nurture self, release and open, develop resilience and deepen presence. A practice both simple and complex as we spend minutes in a pose in stillness
while playing with an edge of sensation working with the deeper tissues of the body, flow of energies, and perhaps one’s own stories at times. Opportunity to develop mindfulness practices is an everpresent offer. This is a space held with an awareness of the natural world all around us, and
the world stories that shape our daily lives.

Sunday     6:00-7:30pm PST Livestream & In Studio

Tuesday   7:30-9:00pm PST Livestream & In Studio

Thursday 7:30-9:00pm PST Livestream

Livestream(L) Class –  $10

30-day pass – $50

In Studio(IS) Class – $15-$20*

30-day pass – $100 (includes LS)  (max 7 spaces)

5 classes – $60 per calendar month

*Sliding scale. Also, if finances are limiting your access to your practice please contact me so we can create a plan.

In order to create a safer practice space for all our circle please do not attend if feeling unwell; wear a mask to your mat; social distance in your movement through the studio and note that there are only 7 mat spaces available for our Yin practice.

Contact brad at

More information at

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Ida Winter -

Ida’s classes are alignment focused, moderately paced and accompanied by a weekly theme to incorporate yogic teachings. She teaches yogahour® classes at a faster pace than her other classes with the same attention to detail, just more sweat!

Ida Winter started practicing in 1996 and completed her 250-hr teacher training at MokSana Yoga Centre in the summer of 2006. She completed her 500-hr teacher training at the Kripalu Center in 2008/2009 and completed the Anusara teacher training in 2009/2010 with Darren Rhodes and Christina Sell. She continues to study with Darren Rhodes, most recently becoming a certified yogahour® teacher in 2014. She is registered with Yoga Alliance as an E-RYT500. Her teaching is influenced by her Anusara training and includes careful attention to alignment in order to create a practice that is sustainable and injury-free for a lifetime. Along with this is a passion for the benefits of yoga that go beyond the physical with influences in this area from her teachers Sama Fabian and Swami Maheshananda Saraswati. Ida is owner and director of the studio.




Mondays & Thursdays 6-7pm (class happening on Easter Monday)

$10 livestreamed (e-transfer $10 to  It is the same Zoom link every time:

Mar Dayman -

With a background in competitive gymnastics as a child, Mar was intrigued by and began the practice of Yoga in the Seventies when it wasn’t well known in Canada, especially in small town Saskatchewan where she grew up. She practiced with the assistance of books and a half hour television program by Kareen Zebroff. After that, her main focus was on raising a family so her practice was sporadic until 7 years ago when she began a consistent yoga practice 3 to 4 times a week. That regular practice had such a positive effect on her physical, emotional and spiritual wellbeing that she enrolled in Moksana’s Teacher Training Program in the fall of 2018 and received her certification. Although her practice of Yoga began 40 plus years ago and she is in her sixties, now is the time that she can dedicate to bringing the practice of yoga to others. She is very grateful to be teaching a weekly drop in class at MokSana on Fridays at 6:00 pm and focuses on infusing “Yoga Joy” into each class that she teaches.

Foundations with Gentle Movement - Fridays 6-7pm

Please email Mar for further information and to register.

Mariko Bayley -

Mariko's classes emphasize mindfulness, alignment and the synchronizing of breath and movement.


I was first introduced to yoga and meditation practices in 2002 as a way to help calm down, slow down, and tune into my body. Over the years, I have been fortunate to learn from incredible teachers and mentors, who continue to inspire, and help shape my practice and teaching style. My classes are consistent, dynamic, and challenging. A practice that is designed to be difficult but doable for all levels of students with no major injuries. I strive to teach with skillful articulation, observation, and attention to alignment and breath to bring a group together in a safe and cohesive way. These practices have been continuous and reliable anchors in my life, and it’s a real gift to be able share them with others. 

9:30-10:30pm yogahour Saturdays

$ 10 per class via Zoom

10% off if you sign up for the same 4 classes online or in studio for the month.

E-transfer to

**Please attach name and date of class to e-transfer!

No password for deposit

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Rachelle McElroy -

Teaching yoga is a deeply fulfilling pursuit for Rachelle, it is where she truly comes alive in her heart and out into the world. Rachelle’s students appreciate her deep heartfelt presence and class themes that move beyond the poses, guiding them into a process of self-illumination. Her slow-Hatha flow classes are an opportunity to renew breath, body, spirit, and heart.


Rachelle attended her first yoga class while studying at University. Being an active person Rachelle was not attracted to the slow nature of yoga, instead she sought the thrill of adrenaline sports. Once she paused long enough to take her first class, yoga allowed her to move beyond the doingness into her beingness; out of her mind and into her heart. Being a student of yoga for over 20 years has been a source of strength and self-compassion. Inspiration for her classes come from diverse sources, including: spiritual teachers and texts, practicing asanas, meditation, life hacks and the natural world. Rachelle completed her 250-hr teacher training at MokSana Yoga Centre in the winter of 2019. Since then she has taught Moksana’s community classes and at Casa Luz in La Manzanilla, Jalisco, Mexico. In addition to teaching yoga, Rachelle is a sessional instructor at the University of Victoria and Royal Roads, and is an environmental manager for Sellentin Habitat Restoration (SHR) and Invasive Species Consulting. Rachelle is overjoyed to join the Moksana team!

11:45-12:45pm Friday Foundations

INVITATION: Join me as we "harvest the pause" and get nourished in this one-hour slow-Hatha flow mid-day reset. Whether you are new to yoga or a seasoned yogi there is something for every body as we move together through the asanas, either online (via Zoom) or in-person. This is an invitation to renew breath, body, spirit, and heart.

SIGN-UP via email:

Fee (paid via e-transfer to
Drop-in: In-person ($15), Zoom ($10)
Monthly (4 sessions): In-person ($40), Zoom ($32)

Renée Ahmadi -

Renée Ahmadi began her journey with yoga in 2007. Enthralled by this wonderful way to relax and focus, her interest and passion grew. In 2010/11, while pregnant with her son, Ezra, she completed a 256-hour YTT at Three Winds Academy. In 2011, while pregnant with her daughter Arya, she completed a 20-hour prenatal certificate with Crystal Star at MokSana, and in 2013 she completed birth doula training through Mothering Touch. Renée is inspired to nurture and guide women and their babies through a safe and grounding journey. She loves the expression and playfulness that is communicated through yoga, and the relaxation, compassion and gratitude that are helpful to families. She currently teaches prenatal, parent-toddler, preschool and mother & babe yoga classes, and is finishing her Masters in Disability Management. Renée has always worked to support families at every stage of life. She has worked with young children, youth and adults with unique and complex physical and mental health needs. She is passionate about the meaning of truly inclusive yoga for every body. When Renée is relaxing she can be found in her garden with her children grazing nearby.

Renée's Tuesday evening class 7:30-9:00pm will be a sensual full spectrum practice including pranayama, some strong sequences and a luxurious silky integration at the end. Moon room magic will celebrate the phases of the moon and a sacred space for those wishing to express their feminine side. All safety precautions are taken seriously. Please contact Renée to be added to the in person waitlist or to be added to the Zoom invitation list. Zoom is pay what you can. 

Scott Davis - &

Scott Davis has been sharing his passion for health as a doctor of Integrative Medicine, movement therapist, yoga teacher and health educator for the past two decades. He integrates therapeutic traditions, contemporary approaches to health and the latest research in biomechanics and human movement in ways that are clear, accessible and results-based.

Scott brings a balance of authenticity, humour and depth to his clinical practice primarily centred around Eastern Medicine and the three pillars of health: Movement, Nutrition and Rest. As an educator, Scott has trained hundreds of yoga teachers and movement instructors and is on a lifelong path of learning and discovery to continue to help people feel better in their lives.

Wednesdays 9:30-10:45am

Description: Movement for All Levels. Expect a varied class based on sound biomechanical principles that emphasizes freedom of motion challenging different aspects of the body with a well-rounded yoga and movement practice informed by Chinese Medicine. 

Prices will be PWYC with a suggested donation of $20 for in-person and $10 for live-stream. 

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MokSana Instrutors Running Classes Elsewhere:
To attend their classes, please contact these teachers directly.

Melissa  Krieger -

Melissa’s classes emphasize good alignment in a safe, slower flow practice.

Melissa Krieger is a friendly, down-to-earth yoga instructor & personal trainer. She has been in the fitness & health industry for 19 years,
certified as personal trainer in 2000 & as a yoga instructor at MokSana in 2005. Melissa loves teaching and has nearly 10,000 hours of yoga instruction experience. She is passionate about helping her students minimize stress & lead happier, healthier lives. Melissa loves to connect with fellow yogis through video. She has produced two yoga DVDs, had a weekly segment on Victoria’s CHEK TV and regularly contributes to

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