Master Classes with Jeff Mah (Canmore) – Nov. 1st & 2nd

Yoga and Manifestation

Friday, November 1st • 7:30 – 10:00 PM


Patanjali, the great sage of yoga is quoted as saying, “When you are inspired by some great purpose, some extraordinary project, all your thoughts break their bonds: Your mind transcends limitations, your consciousness expands in every direction, and you find yourself in a new, great and wonderful world.” This practice shows how yogasana and meditation, when done mindfully, can actually hone our ability to chase our dreams and create the lives that we want.


Friday, November 1st  • 7:30 – 10:00 PM  •  $35 adv / $40 door 

For both Friday, Nov. 1st & Saturday, Nov. 2 Classes$60 adv / $70 door


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Fully United: Higher Techniques in Working with the Body

Saturday, November 2nd  • 3:30 – 6:30 PM

Explore a more sophisticated way of working with the body – where one walks a path between two seemingly polarized ideas: flexibility and strength. By simultaneously working both concepts, we will understand our preferences and hone techniques to make real progress with the most stubborn parts of our bodies and minds.

Saturday, November 2nd  • 3:30 – 6:30 PM •  $35 adv / $40 door 

For both Friday, Nov. 1st & Saturday, Nov. 2 Classes: $60 adv / $70 door


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jeff_mah_MG_9976Jeff Mah

I live at the intersection between art, science and spirit…

But it wasn’t always this way. Life can be mysterious, and the turns we are given can lead us down interesting paths. Over a decade ago, I found myself sidelined with a bad shoulder injury from snowboarding. Along the healing process, a friend suggested that I try yoga. While I eventually got my arm back, I found other things that are even harder to experience in our manic lives. Ideals such as happiness, awareness, and a desire to live better. The wonder of what it’s like be alive in this world and time time. It’s yoga that has given me the spark and audacity to try and make a difference.

Over these past 10+ years of teaching, I’ve seen a lot. I started through a traditional set-practice – the Ashtanga system, and from that disciplined foundation, sprung into a place of more freedom. However, upon that freedom, I needed intelligence and knowledge. My two primary teachers are Ron Reid and Hart Lazer. Through them, they have allowed me to understand the artistry of yoga and the science of how to move well.

With my teachers living in other cities, I find myself delving deep into personal practice for inspiration. As a yogic explorer, there is immense value from personal insight and I draw from these experiences to shape my teaching. My classes are full of life, free of rhetoric, and a genuine expression of what I believe in: courage, evolution and capacity.

May we see the connections between our practice and the world around us!

Let’s explore this life together,