Kids love this wonderful program. Confident Kids are Happy Kids!
Making lifelong friends and getting strong. Fun, non-competitive Martial Arts instruction for kids
4yrs. and up.
Class Times and Location:
St Paul’s Lutheran Church
9155 -79 Avenue
Tuesdays & Thursdays
Karate Tots (4-6): 5:30pm-5:45pm
White Belt Kids(7 and older): 5:45pm-6:15pm
Advanced Kids: 5:45pm-6:30pm
Family Karate: 6:30pm-7:30pm
Adult Karate: 6:30pm-8:00pm
Family Karate: 10:30am-11:30am
Adult Karate: 10:30am-12 noon
Yoga: 10:30am-12 noon
Personalized Yoga Instruction
Progress at Your Own Pace
One on one instruction with our wonderful Yoga teacher, Jennifer Bustin. Jennifer will walk you through the first steps in the Ashtanga Yoga journey - a safe, tailor-made program for you to grow at your own pace.
Karate Classes for Adults
A Strong, Nurturing Community
A fitness and personal growth program with heart. A curriculum of lifelong learning and benefit. Earn your black belt and be strong, happy, and confident.
The Northern River Yoga & Karate School is a world-class, non-profit, health and wellness program offering classes in Yoga and Karate in Edmonton since 1990.
Five Things You Can Do In-between Classes to Get Way Better Results From Your Yoga and Martial Arts.
Number 5. The Neti pot
Ever since we started teaching Yoga and Martial arts classes in Edmonton over 30 years ago we have always understood that the entire point of this work is to be as healthy as we possibly can. The more healthy we are the more benefit we get from our time in class and the faster we progress. We get an amazing positive feedback loop when classes support our lives and our lives support our progress in classes.
Let’s start with the Neti pot, from the Yoga tradition, just because it’s so easy and so very good.
Have you ever seen one of these Aladdin’s lamp-looking things? You can find them for cheap in your local whole foods store, yoga supply store, pharmacy, or, of course, online.
If it’s a new idea to you it might seem bizarre or “gross” - I remember thinking “what on earth am I doing?” the first time I tried it, but now it’s just part of my daily routine. I consider it essential hygiene, like brushing my teeth, and I love it - so refreshing! I do it at least twice a day.
I’m willing to bet you’ll feel the same way, and if you suffer from allergies or respiratory or sinus issues or if you live with animals or work in less than clean air you might find this simple practice to be pivotal for your health.
I can’t overstate the value of the breath in Yoga and Karate so when you come to class with your nasal passages open and clear you get much more benefit. And if you’re breathing better you’re living better!
See you in class!
Who We Are:
How to Start:
Come to an Introductory Class!
Try Yoga or Karate (or both)
Your first Yoga class is $15.
Your first Karate class is Free.
Email Ken and Jennifer to book!