Bios

Noah Krol

Noah Krol started his quest into Self discovery at the age of 14 with a fascination and love for martial arts. His amazement of the deep control over body, mind and the energetic fields combined with the athleticism of the arts caused him to read every book he could on meditations, philosophies, breath control, exercise, etc, with an unquenchable thirst for knowledge. 23 years later, his love has grown and expanded to include a MyoFascial Bodywork practice and Yoga with a specific focus of Shaivite Philosophy in its simplicity & elegance.

Noah is the owner of Peg City Yoga in Winnipeg, Canada. He is a 2200 hour graduate of Foothills College of Massage Therapy. He holds a diploma in Fitness and Nutrition, as well as, a Personal Training Specialist certificate through Can Fit Pro. Noah is accredited with a 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training and Personal Development program and 100 hour Anusara immersion. In recent years he has become a co founding member in the budding methodology of Sivatantra Yoga.

"Our ego, our limited sense of self, is the single point where subjective universal consciousness plays out what we experience as the objective world. When we understand the objective, limited nature, is the ever present flow of universal consciousness, then this objective field becomes the means of Cit/Ananda"

~ Noah Krol

 

Robyn Thomas

Robyn has been a student of Yoga for over a decade. In 2007 she completed her Prana Vinyasa Flow™ Yoga Teacher Training with Shiva Rea in Los Angeles,CA. She is a certified Experienced-Registered Yoga Teacher (E-RYT) through Yoga Alliance International. Robyn has completed additional studies with Shana Meyerson (Kids Yoga TT, 2010), as well as John Friend, Desiree Rambaugh, and BJ Galvan in the Anusara method.

In addition to teaching Yoga, Robyn is an Occupational Therapist (MOT, 2007; O.T. Reg. MB). Robyn teaches Vinyasa Flow, Prenatal and Postnatal Yoga, Restorative and Therapeutic Yoga.

"Unpacking the heart will ultimately reveal everything that is beyond our true nature and yet entirely accessible through it. We hold Universe in our heart. The contents to each of us is the food that fuels and makes life rich. Indulge and do not feel shame! Our glory is in the acts of this. Pure spirit permeates all crevasses, making the manifest sparkle in Divine light. Bask in the cave of the heart; our eyes will see the world as it should be and weep. Amrit leaking quenches insatiable thirst, its taste so pure we cannot help but realize we are part of the Divine. The smallness of who we are becomes the Greatness and we vow to return in again and again and again."

~ Robyn Thomas