Yoga @ The Refinery


As your body begins to heal, we want to encourage movement as a supplement to your wellness treatment program. Attending a gentle restorative yoga class may be just what the doctor ordered. For those not recovering from an injury but looking to keep their body nourished and strong, we also offer intermediate classes in several styles.


15 drop in Thursdays @ 6:30-8pm Restorative Yoga with Pam

$120 10 class pass Saturdays @ 8:30-9:30am - Hatha with Lindsay (coming soon!)

Register for our yoga classes.

Online booking is now available! Please browse our offerings and instructors and use this form to tell us which classes and dates you would like to book.

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Meet your instructors…


Pam wilson, YTT, Y-CAT

Pam found her Ashtanga practice to be life changing and healing, gifts she wanted to share with others.  With a focus on Yoga for healing mind, body & spirit, Pam has extensive training in Y-Cat, Yoga for Cancer and Chronic Illness, Restorative, Chair, Yoga Nidra, and Visualization.  

Along with volunteer teaching at a local Cancer Centre, Pam offers classes at The Refinery Wellness Yoga Studio, which provides an intimate, warm and inviting setting.  Her teaching style is relaxed, interactive and personal. You will be fully welcomed and supported, come as you are, each day is different. 

*Due to the nature of Cancer and Chronic Illness, personalized and private sessions are available, If the student is unable to come to a group class.*



Lindsay Klingenberg, RMT, RYT 200

Since college, Lindsay has worked in massage therapy, recommending yoga to clients who wish to continue care at home. Recognizing her knowledge and interest in the practice of yoga, Lindsay developed her own consistent practice to help her through the physical stressors that come along with working as an RMT. She instantly felt stronger throughout her massage therapy sessions, and more confident sending her clients home with yoga homework.

Soon after recognizing the physical benefits of her consistent practice, her mind began to follow. With reduced anxiety, more appreciation for the present moment, and more confidence in her daily life, Lindsay decided to pursue a yoga teacher training abroad. She joined a humble and supportive yoga family in New Zealand, and completed 200 hours of teacher training.

Lindsay’s training is rooted in traditional Hatha yoga based on the Sivananda lineage. Importance is placed on refining pranayama (breathing) techniques, alignment, and cultivating a personal meditation practice, overall strengthening the mind-body connection.

Stay tuned for workshops and classes guided by Lindsay if you wish to learn more about traditional Hatha yoga and the benefits it can bring to your mind-body connection.