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Exciting News for 2024 on Prairie House Yoga & Wellness Studio:

We are thrilled to announce significant new developments in 2024! Nestled in the heart of Lake Lenore, Prairie House Yoga & Wellness studio is moving to the newly established co-working space, Ora on Main Street. Prairie House Yoga & Wellness Studio is pleased to introduce a diverse array of new classes for our valued yogis and movement seekers. We eagerly anticipate welcoming you to this enhanced yoga and movement experience in our new facility.

Discover a movement practice for every BODY and immerse yourself in the tranquility and serenity as you unwind, decompress, and release the tensions of your day. With inspiration drawn from a variety of movement exercise programs, we strive to offer the perfect class for you and your BODY. We advocate for body positivity, working towards diminishing feelings of shame related to our bodies and choices around food. 

 

At Prairie House, we are deeply rooted in the philosophy of supporting local communities. To further enrich your holistic well-being, we are forging partnerships with like-minded mind, body, and spirit practitioners, providing an array of holistic services and workshops. If you are interested, please reach out, and we will gladly hold space for you!

Worried about yoga equipment? Fear not! We have you covered with everything you need for a fulfilling practice right at our studio.

While our new location will host most of our classes, please note that our Hot Yoga Fusion sessions will continue to run at our home studio location. We appreciate your continued support and look forward to sharing this exciting journey with you.

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Andrea Bauer
a.k.a Dre

Approximately 15 years ago, I found solace in the practice of yoga, seeking refuge from the stresses, anxieties, and negative body image that clouded my life. As I entered my 40s, a pivotal moment spurred a reevaluation of my health. Juggling three jobs, coupled with poor dietary choices, minimal exercise, and a penchant for red wine, left me perpetually fatigued and far from feeling great. The need for change became evident.

Embarking on the journey to become a yoga teacher wasn't a walk in the park for me. The thought of public speaking and being the focal point of attention made my heart race, and my belief that I wasn't flexible enough only fueled my fears. However, fueled by determination, I sought the support of a personal trainer, and Chad an I faithfully completed a strength training program every Sunday morning for nearly two years. Guided by my personal trainer's wisdom, we not only made changes to our diets but also cultivated a newfound confidence that opened the door to the idea of me becoming a yoga teacher. Even if it was just a modest start, I soon realized that I could gracefully hold my body in postures that were once distant aspirations.

In 2019, I undertook my 200-hour teacher training with Sacred Seed Yoga & Ayurveda in Edmonton. What started as a hobby turned into a profound passion. Pursuing an additional 300-hour teacher training, I delved into various yoga and body movement styles, including hot yoga, chair yoga, Yin, yoga with weights, yoga and HIIT, Yoga Nidra, breathwork, meditation, mindfulness, Barre, Qi Gong, Pilates, and more. I was captivated. My enthusiasm expanded, leading me to specialize as a Women's Coaching Specialist and Menopause Coaching Specialist with Girls Gone Strong. My aim is to empower, train, and coach women in developing positive fitness and nutrition habits and reach their well-being goals. Reflecting on my insatiable desire to learn, it dawned on me that confidence was the linchpin. Yoga, often misconstrued as exclusive to thin, young individuals contorting their bodies, needed a paradigm shift. I endeavored to dispel this stereotype, making yoga accessible to all bodies.

In 2020, Chad and I decided to depart from the bustling pace of Edmonton, returning to the tranquility of Lake Lenore to realize our dream of establishing a home studio. Despite working full time, our mission is to contribute to the community and share the joy of yoga and movement.

Attendees of my classes will encounter the remnants of the awkward person I once was, juxtaposed with a humble, passionate teacher. I firmly believe that yoga is for everybody, and I teach from the heart, encouraging you to discover the movement that suits you—relaxing, anatomically mindful, rejuvenating, and strengthening. Join me in declaring, "This is My Body, and This is My Yoga."

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I Am Unbecoming

 

Unbecoming who I thought I had to be in order to be loved.

Unbecoming cultural stereotypes and people’s opinions of who I should be.

Unbecoming a person driven by trauma, pain and generational curses.

Unbecoming the person waiting for permission to live a bold, bright life.

But I choose to peel back the layers, to unbecome, and embrace the beauty of who I am.

TheMindJournal

Contact Us

Prairie House Yoga & Wellness
Lake Lenore, SK

Tel: 306-302-3463

Email: prairiehouseyogastudio@gmail.com

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