[cmsms_toggles mode=”toggle” animation_delay=”0″][cmsms_toggle title=”What Is Gyan Yoga?”]Gyan.YogaGyan Yoga is a Hot Yoga style comprised of various series designed with an intention to serve people with authentic Yoga practice and its benefits.[/cmsms_toggle][/cmsms_toggles]

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Yoga.for.everyoneThere are modifications, options and substitute for every pose which makes Gyan Yoga accessible to

Every body

Every Size

Every Shape

Every age


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Gyan.Yoga.is.differentDifferent types of classes offered by Gyan Yoga welcome new and beginner students and at the same time challenge intermediate and advanced students. The health benefits from Gyan Yoga range from better sleep during the night to fixing pain in the neck and more.

We strive to be:

  • Accessible – Welcoming for new and beginner students. Most affordable Hot Yoga in Toronto.
  • Non-judgmental – Everyone is welcome regardless of their flexibility and strength.
  • Non-competitive – Authentic Yoga is non-competitive. Improvement never stops, competition wears you out.


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Heat in the Gyan Yoga studio allows muscles to stretch deeper safely, increasing range of motion in the joints and improving blood flow. Poses are held in a position using your body’s own weight to strengthen your muscles. Gyan Yoga students report improved performance in weight training and sports. A good Yoga practice is a combination of stretching and strengthening and Gyan Yoga is no exception.[/cmsms_toggle][/cmsms_toggles]

[cmsms_toggles mode=”toggle” animation_delay=”0″][cmsms_toggle title=”Is Gyan Yoga a mind body practice?”]At Gyan Yoga we believe a healthy body and healthy mind go together. Students have reported that it gave them the motivation to quit smoking and adopt regular healthy eating habits. At the end of our classes, please stay in Shavasana for 5 minutes and enjoy the ultimate feeling of relaxation.[/cmsms_toggle][cmsms_toggle title=”Will I lose weight?”]Regular practice of Gyan Yoga has helped students lose weight and get strong. Practice of Gyan Yoga goes beyond weight. It’s about feeling strong and good about yourself.[/cmsms_toggle][cmsms_toggle title=”Is Gyan Yoga a cardio workout?”]Try any Gyan Flow class and feel your heart pumping. Proper breathing techniques flood your body with oxygen rather than robbing it of oxygen, leaving you feeling energetic rather than breathless.[/cmsms_toggle][cmsms_toggle title=”What if I am not flexible enough to practice yoga?”]Once a student said “I practice Gyan Hot Yoga so I can touch my toes”. Poses are modified for stiff students so they can gradually increase their range of motion and become flexible.[/cmsms_toggle][cmsms_toggle title=”What should I wear?”]clothes2Anything comfortable you can sweat in is good for practicing Gyan Yoga. Lightweight and breathable material that will absorb sweat and dry quickly is good. For men, shorts are recommended with optional shirt or tank top. Women typically wear shorts, tank tops, sports bra, legging, Yoga pants or anything they feel comfortable in.[/cmsms_toggle][/cmsms_toggles]

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matYoga mat, water bottle and 2 towels. One towel for the Yoga mat and second for refreshing after Yoga class. If you forgot or don’t have a Yoga mat, water bottle or towel, you can rent them from studio.








[cmsms_toggles mode=”toggle” animation_delay=”0″][cmsms_toggle title=”How many Yoga classes should I do??”]Most Yogis/Yoginis/people practice 3 – 4 Gyan Hot Yoga classes in a week. Some people do yoga every day.  Hockey Players, MMA, other athletes practice Yoga 1 – 2 class per week. Some factors to consider on how many classes to be practiced are


  • New Yogi
  • Beginner Yogi
  • Intermediate Yogi
  • Advance Yogi
  • Super Advance Yogi


  • Meditation or Concentration
  • Heal Injury
  • Fitness or Workout
  • Back or Spine care
  • Weight Loss
  • Strength
  • Relaxation
  • Flexibility
  • Relief or muscle tension
  • Other


  • Once a week
  • Twice a week
  • 3 times a week
  • 4 – 6 times a week


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