Weekly Class Schedule 

Come prepared to breathe, sweat, and LAUGH together. I believe in yoga for ALL BODIES and EVERYBODY ! I design each class as a dynamic event, a celebration that nurtures your personal practice and roots you deep in the practice. You’ll find the beats and vibrations of bhakti musicians and hip-hop artists, a practice inspired by the full moon or the 5 elements, a candlelit evening flow or a sunlit morning wake-up call.

So wherever you are, however you are, whatever day of the week, show up and bring it.


20h00- 21h30  Ashtanga Vinyasa Primary Series @ Béco Yoga & Boutique Écologique


17h00 – 18h00  Vinyasa @ Yoga Sangha


9:30 – 11 AM Vinyasa Krama @ Béco Yoga & Boutique Écologique


8:30 – 9:45 AM Yoga Tune Up Fixx @ Béco Yoga & Boutique Écologique


Ashtanga Vinyasa Primary Series – Mondays  20h00 – 21h30 @Béco Yoga 

This class will deconstruct what the Ashtanga practice is, in particular Primary Series, and introduce students to the basic Ashtanga principles and foundations of yoga asana. This is the classical Primary Series (Yoga Cikitsā) I lead using a unique approach I developed whereby I teach alignment based focused instruction to synchronize the posture (Asana) with breath (Pranayama) and transition (Vinyasa) with precision, confidence and lightness. Open to ANYONE wanting to learn this ancient practice. The primary series is a invigorating sequence that takes approximately 1.5 hours to complete. The postures are strengthening, toning and cleansing for the muscles, joints and internal organs. The focus of the primary series is forward folds and hip opening, which calms the parasympathetic nervous system chilling you WAY out. During the primary led classes, the students are guided in unison through the postures of the sequence and provided with variations of poses that prove challenging. The class includes postures, breathing, pranayama and chanting. You will earn the basis for all yoga postures during this practice. Experienced Beginners – ALL levels welcome.

Vinyasa – Wednesdays 17h00 – 18h00 @ Yoga Sangha 

Vinyasa (or flow) style yoga with an emphasis on creativity and alignment. My classes are inventive and thoughtful sequences of sun salutations, standing & seated postures, back bending and inversions – guided by a steady breath to tone and calm the mind.
Warning: This class is highly addictive and may result in recurrent bouts of laughing and sparking joy.

Vinyasa Krama – Fridays 9:30 – 11am @Béco Yoga 

Vinyasa Krama means “wise progression.” It refers to the ancient and time-tested principles of sequencing which are the foundation for the high art of truly skilled, compelling and powerful practices. Vinyasa Krama means a step by step progression into something, or to a certain goal. A goal, in this case, being a complex or advanced asana (posture). Vinyasa – which is the principle of synchronising movement with the breath and Krama – which literally means steps or stages With Vinyasa Krama you build onto something or grow into something, working methodically from simple to more complex poses. I prepare the body within certain poses to move into the more advanced or complex “peak pose”. We explore, asana, alignment, breath, body, kriya, and meditation in this practice. This is not a FAST paced class, explorations are slow and done mindfully to prepare each student for the next step. That said, this class is not designed for beginners; some previous experience is recommended.

Yoga Tune UP FIXX – Saturdays 8:30 -9:45 am @BécoYoga 

A vigorous 45 minute flow class, this class is a straight up shot of all the good stuff, set to a kick ass, carefully curated soundtrack. Fixx classes revolutionize your practice as I deconstruct the postures to really have you “pay attention” to whats moving.  You will move, breathe, and sweat — community style. This mashup of asana, pranayama, and nada yoga is radically fresh vinyasaless vinyasa krama. Complimented with 45 minutes of Yoga Tune Up® deep tissue massage assists in releasing pain, opening locked muscles, facilitating proper posture and quality sleep. This class is the perfect complement to asana. ALL LEVELS may induce drooling.

Can’t wait to see you on your mats!

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Descriptions of Lineages Taught


Hatha Yoga is the most popular and widely practiced form of yoga in the West. This class will introduce students to all of the elements of a balanced Hatha yoga practice, including standing and seated postures, pranayama (control of the breath), meditation and relaxation.


Yoga Tune Up® (YTU) therapy uses self massage and yoga to help eradicate pain and improve posture. YTU heals damaged muscle, increases strength and establishes healthy movement patterns to help you move better in your body.

The Yoga Tune Up Therapy Ball System provides targeted self-massage trigger point therapy by using specially designed high grip rubber balls and focused movement routines that help penetrate through layers of skin and muscle to massage deeply into your high tension areas.

YTU Therapy Balls Help Relieve:

  • Stiff Neck & Headaches
  • TMJ/Tight Jaw
  • Frozen Shoulder
  • Sciatica & Back Pain
  • Tight Hips & Hamstrings
  • Plantar Fasciitis & Foot Pain …and more

Yoga Tune Up is designed to create flexibility, relieve muscle tension, and build strength

The Yoga Tune Up Therapy Balls are approx 6 cm in diameter each and are made of a special rubber that grips at your skin, grabs at multiple layers of muscles, and helps to work out adhesions and tension, providing a deep tissue massage.

Yoga Tune Up® is yoga therapy and will help you to gently regain movement, flexibility and strength.


Ashtanga Yoga is is a highly structured vinyasa-style class. There are five Ashtanga asana series and each student must master every pose of the first series before moving onto the second series. The ultimate purpose of the Ashtanga practice is purification of the body and mind. By moving so quickly and powerfully, you will get a lot of tapas and everything extra, physical and mental, will have to get out the way. This practice has a strong sense of purpose and you are forced to focus and grow. Ashtanga comes with all the benefits of a regular yoga practice–strength, flexibility, stress management, and inner peace. Because the series is so demanding (and in traditional practice you’re expected to practice most days) you will get really strong really fast. There is no part of the body that doesn’t work hard in this practice.

Experience creative and continuous dynamic sequences of classical yoga postures based in Ashtanga teachings that will align your body, breath and mind. Come prepared to turn inward, move, sweat and breathe! Level of effort: Strong


The word vinyasa is composed of two words: vi = order + nyasa = placement; and the word krama means “the uninterrupted sequence of events from beginning to end”; so the entire term means “the ordered placement of the sequence of events.” Usually shortened simply to “vinyasa,” it refers to a flowing sequence of asanas linked by breath and intention.

Contrary to the way we ordinarily think about it, our world is a process, not a collection of objects-every element of every animate being and inanimate thing in the universe is constantly changing. The sequence of changes is always occurring, but ordinarily in us, the sequence is linked by unconsciousness, and we do not perceive it. Most of us see objective reality as more real than subjective reality and spend much of our life energy trying to grasp new objects or stop the gradual decay of everything objectified. When we inject consciousness into the process of change, however, we can become aware of the past and future, because they are experienced simultaneously in the present, and using intention, we can direct the sequence of changes toward the benefit of all beings. This is the state of enlightenment.

In vinyasa, we practice a sequence of asanas as one continuous movement from start to finish. Every movement into or out of a posture is linked to an in-breath or out-breath, and intention-the underlying reason for the practice-drives the movement forward.


Yin is a relaxed, contemplative practice of long-held passive stretches targeting the connective tissues of the body. It is the ideal compliment to more muscular forms of yoga. Because of its emphasis on the hips, thighs, pelvis and lower spine, it is hugely beneficial for releasing tension and improving flexibility and agility in athletes, dancers, as well as office workers who sit for long periods. Level of effort: Unwind;

Workshops & Intensives

I teach a number of workshops throughout the year ranging from 2 hour classes/intensives, pop up yoga practices and entire weekend immersions allowing anyone to go deeper and explore yoga within their relationship to practice. Topics often include a blend of intermediate asana practice, myth inspired teachings, lectures, seasonal wisdom practices, or teacher specific offerings.

Ashtanga Vinyasa Teacher Training 2019

with Jamie Lee CYA-E-RYT 500, Selena Isles CYA-E-RYT 500, Veronique Landry, Peter Lavoie, Sacha Mathew & Terri McCollum
starts April 26th, 2019 at United Yoga Montreal

This Canadian Yoga Alliance accredited course in Montreal is designed for all passionate students wanting to explore and expand a personal yoga practice, learn about the healing power of the science itself and establish practical tools for personally sharing and teaching yoga professionally.

With the practice of yoga, you can always finds ways to enhance and improve your connection to self. If you are motivated by a strong desire to change, our teacher training program is guaranteed to unlock your potential and bring forth your innate strengths and talents.

This course will explore the ancient science of yoga asana through the understanding of alignment based principles within ashtanga vinyasa yoga. As we study asana, meditation and the other limbs of Ashtanga yoga, we will provide to you the inspiration and tools necessary to move your personal practice into a new domain of awareness.

In addition to our teacher training, Jamie’s unique Yoga Mentorship program that has been crafted over the past 8 years, offers an additional opportunity to make that commitment to the self become a solid foundation within your practice.

In the words of Bruce Lee, “Absorb what is useful, Discard what is not, Add what is uniquely your own.”

Course Highlights:
• A detailed examination and analysis of yoga asana, using three (3) main influences: architecture and alignment from the BKS Iyengar method infused into the movement based vinyasa method of T Krishnamacharya & Sri K Pattabhi Jois. Along with breath, vinyasa, bandha, and drishti will be the focal points of the asana component.
• We will cover anatomy and human physiology with its relation to asana and its specific effects on the nervous and organic systems.
• We will explore the logic and art of asana sequencing, how to create safe and effective routines, plus instruction on how to wisely and safely adjust, modify and adapt specific asanas for all levels of students.
• Learn how to create and maintain a personal asana and meditation practice. Plus hatha, restorative and therapeutic asana systems that compliment the vinyasa practice.
• Teaching skills will emphasize proper verbal communication of how to instruct in a powerful yet supportive and concise manner.
• Additional topics include: nutrition, yoga history, philosophy, Patanjali’s yoga sutras, ethics of teaching, the teacher student relationship, modern styles and trends, classroom management, demonstration skills, healing skills and reiki. Will include keeping a journal, homework, final examination, peer teaching and review.
• Guest teachers will provide an interesting mix of experience, flavour, imagination and perspective.
• Materials provided: a copy of the Yoga Sutras (book form), a paper manual (which includes a photo & description of every asana covered in the TT), any other additional materials provided by the guest teachers (workshops), a USB stick (containing a collection of mp3’s for home practice of ashtanga, meditation, pranayama & yoga nidra, plus a collection of PDF’s of supplementary readings).

Course Breakdown (hours):
• 120 hrs asana
• 30 hrs meditation
• 10 hrs pranayama
• 20 hrs theory, history, Yoga Sutras
• 20 hrs anatomy, physiology, chakras
• 10 hrs yoga nidra
Please note that the yoga teacher training material is currently in English, we will do our best to be as bilingual as possible with the material.

The Dates:
Weekend #1: April 26-28th
Weekend #2: May 24-26th
Weekend #3: June 21-23rd
Week Intensive: July 28-August 2nd
Weekend #4: Sep 13-15th
Weekend #5: Oct 4-6th
Weekend #6: Nov 22-24th
Weekend #7: Jan 24-26th
Weekend #8: Feb 21-23rd
Weekend #9: Mar 20-22nd

Course Schedule:
Friday: 6-10pm
Saturday: 10-1pm & 2-6pm
Sunday: 10-1pm & 2-6pm

Week Intensive:
Sunday: 10-1pm & 2-6pm
Monday: 7-12pm
Tuesday: 7-9:30am & 12-5pm
Wednesday: 7-12pm
Thursday: 7-9:30am & 12-5pm
Friday: 7-12pm

– $2,999.00 early bird price till March 25th
– $3300 regular price (as of March 26th)
Upon completion of the 200hour course, providing the student has fulfilled all the requirements, he or she will receive a 200 hour certificate of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga training which is recognized by the Canadian Yoga Alliance.

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