Jess Lemon

Jess Lemon has been teaching for 14 years. Passionate about learning and committed to continued education, Jess has over 2,000 training hours in a variety of movement styles and methods, including Moksha, Vinyasa, Restorative, and Yin Yoga + Pilates and resistance training. She also teaches Mindfulness and Meditation which she has studied extensively over the years.

Jess believes that true learning happens when a person is seen and met where they are, then nurtured and encouraged on their own journey of self-discovery. She is a creative and intuitive teacher, believing that when we are truly open and attuned to each moment, life is always offering wisdom.

She currently lives in Toronto but travels frequently for adventure and teaching opportunities. She has an Honors Bachelor of Arts degree in French Language and Literature from the University of Toronto and though her last name is Lemon, she is actually pretty sweet. 

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Yara Elarabi

Yara Elarabi is a full-time yoga teacher in Toronto. Her yoga journey began seven years ago while living in Taipei, Taiwan. Once she moved back to Toronto, she completed her first 500-hour yoga teacher training through Moksha in Montreal in 2014. She also completed 20 hours of yin training in 2015, and 100 hours of Moksha Flow training in 2016. Yara’s passion and love for the practice shines through in her teaching. She is a firm believer that yoga has the power to heal people and create world peace. She hopes to change the world one yoga class at a time. Currently, Yara teaches full time at Moksha Yoga North York and Moksha Yoga Thornhill.  

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Ali Alexander

Ali has been teaching yoga since 2005 and is also a yoga therapist. She teaches publicly and privately in Toronto and offers a variety of approaches to the practice: group asana classes, one-on-one yoga therapy sessions, meditation, and philosophy.

In all aspects of her teaching there is emphasis on breathing and practicing awareness of the present experience. Whether moving in synch with it or using it as an indicator of our condition, the breath is the primary guide of the practice.

In Ali's teaching and exploration of common themes and the impacts they have on our daily lives is facilitated by the use of readings and commentary on texts such as Patanjali's Yoga Sutra, Bhagavad Gita, and Tao Te Ching of Lao Tsu.

The schedule of her public classes can be found at ali-alexander.com

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