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Relieve Skiing Soreness at These Whistler Yoga Studios

The first run of the season got you stuck in bed? Here’s a little guide to the yoga studios of Whistler to get you back up on those runs tomorrow.

Whistler Yoga Studios

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Yogacara

In the heart of Whistler Village, Emily Kane runs a beautiful studio where you can watch the snow fall while you stay cozy and warm. The studio frequently offers Apres Flow classes for after the mountain so you can be loosened up and get the most out of your vacation.

Are you too tired and want someone to do yoga for you? Try a Thai Massage! You will relax while the practitioner stretches you out and increases your range of motion.

YYoga

As the largest studio chain in Canada, maybe you would like to utilize your existing pass at YYoga. Located in Function Junction, the Neo Whistler location offers classes such as Hot Yoga to warm those chilly bones. Or slow it down with Escents Aromatherapy Yin so you can step out of the studio feeling totally zen.

Loka Yoga

This Creekside studio offers classes for the serious Yogi. With a variety of classes and highly trained teachers in Ashtanga and Jivamukti styles, the advanced Yogi can be satisfied with the classes and meditations offered. If you’re curious about different styles or lineages, dip your toes in at Loka Yoga and see how you like it!

Scandinave Spa Whistler

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Scandinave Spa

Maybe you’ve come to Whistler to relax and be pampered? Escape for a little retreat? Head up to the Scandinave Spa. Splurge on a massage and/or enjoy a day pass and lounge in the traditional Scandinavian baths while you take in the stunning panoramic views.

Melt in the eucalyptus steam room or meditate in the sauna. Experience hydrotherapy in this picturesque remote nest in the mountains. No matter what time of year, the Scandinave Spa is a must do.