What’s Good Wellness: Virtual Yoga Sunday’s @ What’s Good 

Make time and space for your stillness & peace

We all need a little calm away from our individual storms. With our homes becoming our workspace, classrooms, gyms, etc. it can be hard to find peace and tranquility. In an effort to support your health more fully, we are now providing a weekly wellness offering to bring stillness, peace in mind and relaxation to your week.

According to Chinese medicine five element theory, the energy of the winter season is all about conservation and slowing down. It’s vital for wellbeing, physical, mental and spiritual health. In an effort to support your health more fully, we are now offering a weekly wellness session to focus on stillness and peace in mind.

Movement & Mindfulness 2022 
May-June Schedule 


May 1st – Yoga for immunity
May 8th – Mothers Day Yoga (Heart focused)
May 15th – NO YOGA
May 22nd – Yoga for anger
May 29th – Yoga for runners


June 5th – Yoga for detoxification

June 12th – Yoga for the liver

June 19th – Fathers Day Yoga (Heart focused)

June 26th – Yoga for the core


Join us Sunday mornings at 10am for our wellness offering!! Each week we will have an offering of either yoga, meditation, breath work, educational discussions and more!


Classes are $10 for community members and FREE for patients (of course, we warmly welcome donations if you wish to contribute). 100% of the class fees collected will be donated to organizations doing the work to empower BIPOC communities and dismantle systemic racism and inequality in our local community. We have partnered with 5 charities who are supporting our community in unique and powerful ways:

  1. Halton Black Voices – a grassroots organization providing a space to empower, heal, educate and lift up the voices of BIPOC folks in Halton.
  2. Home Suite Hope – an organization that provides vital support for families and individuals experiencing poverty to find stability.
  3. Halton Women’s Center – an organization that provides a safe and secure environment for abused women and their children.
  4. Kerr Street Mission – an organization that provides various supports to those in need.
  5. Grandmothers Voice – an organization that strengthens and amplifies the voices of Indigenous communities through healing, education, and empowerment.

Props suggested for movement classes: yoga mat, 2 yoga blocks, and a yoga strap

Prop suggested for mindfulness/meditation classes: yoga mat, blankets and pillows. However, if you don’t have these available, do not worry! Here are some modifications/items you can find around your house that can be used in place of traditional yoga props:

Yoga mattowel, blanket, rug

Yoga blocks: stacks of books, soup cans, free weights (that can stand upright)

Yoga strap: belt, towel, blanket, exercise band



“Katrina was a fantastic resource during my pregnancy and was so skilled at providing acupressure treatment for me. She even taught my husband pressure points to ease discomfort during labour. Everyone at the clinic is so friendly and it’s a very warm and welcoming environment. And the food is delicious! Charleston is a phenomenal chef and so personable. What’s Good is just what Oakville needs!“