"It's more than a yoga studio. It's a community. Heart Place/The Home of Yoga has been part of my family for over 16 years now."
“Heart Place is a great place and a great community to meet people with similar mindset and make long lasting friendships as well as practice yoga, breathing and learn skills to manage stress”
"Sydel, Your compassion, insight and embodiment of grounded serenity makes all the difference in my life. I am deeply grateful for our little haven where we can spread our wings and REALLY BE from the heart - and safe - and loved. I love you HEART PLACE"
“I just keep coming out of habit. It gets me up on Saturday morning, a good way to start the weekend and I am not as irritable to be around.”
“I have been attending Sydel’s restorative yoga class for over a year now and absolutely love it. The weekly practice really assists in the reduction of stress and restores balance. It also provides skills to use through the day to regulate my stress when life gets hectic. I sleep better and am more mindful in my daily living both at work and at home. I get to slow down at least once a week! I love Heart Place and the community feeling it has and my Wednesday night class is a priority for me.”
“ 32 years of attending classes cant be wrong. I love the Community Chai & Chats on Saturday mornings. Classes are not a quick fix it’s a way of life.”
“Loving being back at Heart Place the Home of yoga after a very long hiatus –way to long- and now my partner is discovering the joy of yoga as well, it feels like returning home and I feel like I am tapping back into the body I had 20 years ago”
“It was immediately clear Sydel has a comprehensive understanding of the topic of mental health. She draws skilfully on personal and professional experience which makes the material more relative and easy to understand, and apply to real life. She brings a lightness and soft touch to some pretty heavy topics, always respectful and mindful of creating a safe container in the room while at the same time, allowing me to feel confident in the knowledge and ultimately skills in being a Mental Health First Aider.”