Our Danforth studio is set in an architectural gem, and is just minutes from the Broadview subway station. With unique curved walls, floor to ceiling windows, hardwood floors and exposed brick our studio is truly a one-of-a-kind practice space. Come and join us for classes, workshops, teacher training and special events in this ideal setting.
Our motto is to provide a safe haven for inward journeys so you may attain emotional, physical, mental and spiritual balance. We have over 90 classes per week for everyone including beginners, experienced practitioners and budding yogis alike. Our large roster of experienced and enthusiastic teachers are eager to share the study and love of this ancient practice, for body, mind and spirit, with their students.
The Playter Society Building at 95 Danforth was the first commercial building in the area, built by Albert E. Playter and his brother William around 1909. They strategically placed the building where the Broadview Ave streetcars turned around. It soon became the commercial and social centre for the district. Liberace performed at concerts across the hall where The Joy of Dance is now located. The hall became the place to dance to big name bands in the 1930's, like Guy Lambardo. This building caught on fire in 1975 and suffered tremendous damages. From the ashes of a terrible fire, The Yoga Sanctuary Danforth has resurrected this space.