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Welcome to Enrich Yoga & Wellness’s Book Club

What is the cost? 


The book club is free to join and the once monthly groups are free to attend (we will be collecting donations for the Canadian Mental Health Association). 

When & where will the club meet?


We will be meeting on a weekend afternoon during the month. Days, whether Saturday or Sunday may change. We meet at the yoga studio, 9926 - 66 Avenue. 



How do I join?

Please register for the class online, through the website, the link to register is below! 

What books will you study?

Books will be announced at the start of every month, keep checking the website for details. Our focus will be wellness, self-help, yoga philosophy and personal development genres.

The idea for our own Book Club was born during a class where one of our students was really struggling with the idea of being gentle with themselves. Misty asked her if she had ever heard of the work of Dr. Kristen Neff, who studies Self Compassion, and that little conversation ignited a spark within Misty. . .

Many of our clients are avid readers looking for ways to enhance the "wellness" in their lives. Much like Misty, so many of us enjoy disappearing into the pages of inspirational materials that enrich our lives


Starting in September, EYW will be hosting a monthly book club. Members will be given one month to read the book (members are responsible for obtaining a copy of the book selection whether by purchasing the book themselves or borrowing from their local library). The focus of the club will be books from the Wellness, Self-Help, Yoga Philosophy and Personal Development genres. 

OH! As an added bonus, due to Misty's overflowing bookshelves at home, EYW now has a lending library at the studio where clients can borrow books. If clients have books from the Wellness, Self-Help, Yoga Philosophy and Personal Development genres that are in gentle used condition, they are welcome to add to our shelves. 

Next Book Club:

Saturday

April 6th

3:30 - 5:00

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