Classes are complimentary for our hotel guests and are included with public pool admission.
Registered Resort Club &, Therapeutic Exercise members receive a club rate. We recommend that anyone suffering from arthritis, chronic muscle and joint pain, or heart conditions, consult a physician prior to participating in the Therapeutic Aquatic Exercise program.
Meditative Movement Water Class
Enjoy our Meditative Movement Water Class in the geothermal mineral pool while you socialize, improve your health, and have fun! Soothing warmth and buoyancy provide the perfect environment for relieving arthritis pain and stiffness, increasing flexibility and range of motion, improving balance and promoting relaxation.
Monday & Fridays
10:30am - 11am
(excludes statutory holidays)
Classes run Sept – April
Gentle Water Yoga
Combine water’s unique buoyancy and ease of movement with traditional yoga in our geo-thermal mineral pool. People of all fitness levels can safely enjoy yoga techniques that will enhance flexibility, balance, and strength in body and mind.
From May 1st
Tuesdays and Thursdays 7pm to 7:30pm
Sundays 10:30am to 11am
Classes are not held on Statutory holidays
Sun Tree Water Yoga
- Michelle Christie
With an extensive background and elaborate training in Yoga and water exercise, Michelle instructs both our Meditative Movement and Water Yoga Classes. Michelle enjoys sharing the practice of yoga with people of all ages and strives to help everyone in her class to leave feeling happy and healthy with a great sense of well-being
- Sherry Matwe
Sherry Matwe has been practicing meditation and calisthenics for over 20 years and was naturally propelled into the art of Yoga over 10 years ago. Sherry has aspired to study the practice of Yoga, Yogic philosophy and most importantly, anatomy. Sherry is certified in Level 1 Yoga Tune Up, Gentle Vinyasa, and is inspired to further her skills and knowledge to share with Western Canada. Sherry wishes you warm regards in your curiosity in Yoga! Enjoy our healing mineral waters ... Namaste