Thank you again for arranging all to bring your insights, movement and song to Wyldwood Sojourn.

I think you stirred something ancient in us…something to re-member (that was dis-membered) This work stirred our souls’ ancient memories and awakened the potential to re-develop the power to heal ourselves, with the deep nurturing wisdom of the feminine path, that is at the same time, lighthearted, sensuous and playful..
…Your retreat was so much loved and you are certainly wanted back. Jesse is integrating it into her life and her husband wants to learn the Seven Waves too. I have 2 other men who may also come.
The music aspect was cherished as well.
So thank you for squeezing us in to your schedule!

-Maureen Walton – visual artist and Seven Waves retreat sponsor at Wyldwood Sojourn

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Can I try my first class without committing to a series?

You are welcome to try your first class for $20 to see if it is a good fit.

What if I have an injury? Will these classes work for me?

Depending on the type of injury, these classes could be just what the doctor ordered. Seven Waves is ultimately about cultivating a capacity for deep listening to your body’s intrinsic wisdom. However, it is crucial that you speak to your instructor about your individual needs, before beginning a class. If you need to reach out to us on an individual basis, please phone or e-mail us using the ‘Contact Us’ section.

Where are you located?

64 Henry Street. 1 block east of St, George/Beverley, south of College. Runs one way south. Street parking is sometimes (mostly) available and costs $2.25/hr.It’s a short walk from College Park Station.

Go through the brown wooden gate just to the south of the house.
There are two gates side by side, go through the right one.
Walk mindfully through the private garden to the coach house door on your left.

416-571-0464 if you need help finding us.

Are these classes only for women?

Bellydance and Seven Waves are languages of soulful, feminine movement – “feminine” in so far as it is explores yielding, melting, softening in order to work the body with deep core connection and effortlessness. Can men do it? Hell yes. Do they come to our classes? Not very often!

What do I wear to these Classes?

These classes are taught barefoot. You are, however, welcome to wear socks or dance slippers if you wish. We recommend wearing clothes that you can stretch and sweat in. Sleeveless tops are best as we will generate some heat. Stretchy yoga pants or leggings are great for working on the floor. It’s important that you’re comfortable and that you don’t feel constrained.