Posts In: Asha Yoga

Maude Iralde

January 22, 2020

Maude is undeniably passionate about sports and health.

In 1999, after two years of studying in physical education at UQAM, she put her studies aside to dedicate herself full-time to her two daughters. It wasn’t until 2008, under her osteopaths’ recommendation, that she discovered yoga to heal her knee after having suffered an injury. Practicing on a regular basis, she soon realized that yoga is more than a simple physical activity. In September 2009, Maude undertook the Moksha Yoga training in Las Vegas and has since then been actively teaching and working within the yoga community.

•FRCms certified

•Yoga teacher (E-RYT 500)

•massothérapeute suedois et thérapeutique

•Reiki niveau 1

Guillermo Genovez

January 22, 2020

After 11 years as a hairdresser, Guillermo recently became an instructor.

Knowing all benefits of yoga, he chose to complete the Moksha training in 2016. He is now happy to share this awesome discipline with his students. “People acknowledge that they’re amazing throughout their practice because they feel happy and peaceful”.

Stephanie Tremblay

November 18, 2018

As a professional contemporary dancer and yoga teacher, Stéphanie juggles between two professions that feed off of eachother in perfect harmony.

What makes her vibrate: the human body in movement. She is curious and continues to explore her physical boundaries within each of her disciplines. She continues to deepen her practice and strives to share her passion with others. Little facts about Stéphanie: she is a mother to her energetic 5 year old daughter, she cannot live without her banana in the morning and she lives both in Toronto and Laval, but has a special place in her heart for the Asha Yoga community.

Amy Yaccato

November 23, 2000

Amy started practicing at Moksha Yoga Montreal in 2005, flew away to Thailand to do the Moksha Yoga Teacher Training in 2006 and has been teaching yoga ever since.

Originally from Toronto, she arrived in Montreal to study at McGill. She soon left academia to study dance, finally completing the two-year “Professional and Artistic Training Program in African Dance” led by Zab Maboungou at Compagnie Danse Nyata Nyata. Amy loves her yoga practice as well as Vinyasa yoga, Ashtanga yoga and Yin yoga.

She is a big believer in yoga as part of a healthy and happy pregnancy and birth and completed a 30-hour Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training with Sasha Padron in Toronto in 2010. She is the proud mamma of three boys, Leonardo, Raffaele and Amedeo.


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