Posts Tagged: sunday

NEW lightbox size + Sunday shop hours

A5longlightboxSo we’re pretty excited about these new A5 long lightboxes that arrived last week! All of our do-it-yourself lightboxes have 2 or 3 rows for you to create your own messages and announcements. Change your messages as often as you like by simply sliding the plastic letters on and off the box. Mix and match the enclosed letters and symbols or you can purchase special edition sets to add a bit of flare!

Check all three sizes here: A4 (3 rows small) | A5 (2 rows) | A5 Long (3 rows large)

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Also, a friendly reminder that we’ll be open from 1-4pm this Sunday, April 10th. Our silver ring wax carving workshop is taking place that morning. This is the last chance to register, so if you are interested in learning how to design and carve a custom piece of handmade jewellery, this is the class for you. One spot remaining. Click here for full course details and to register online.

The Sunday Best Series | Social Yoga

YogaWhy does Saturday night get all the fun?

Social Yoga is bringing their Sunday best to London Fields Shoppe starting at the end of this month! Social Yoga is not your everyday yoga class. Literally. They run weekly small-group classes using yoga as a tool for connection. Classes are held in unconventional places (like us!) where you get to know the people you’re with and you get to call the shots. No fancy frills or add ons, just a straight and original Social Yoga flow class followed by their signature post-yogs activities. Come discover what it looks like to be your best self amongst good company. Sunday best attire not required. We’ll get you stretching your mind and your body, as well as your social circle.

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Sundays, May 24 | 31 and June 14 | 21
9:30am to 11:30am
London Fields Shoppe – 692 East Hastings at Heatley Street, Vancouver
Spaces are limited to 8 students. Pre-registration required.

For more information and to register, click here.

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About Social Yoga… As a Type-A ‘first time yoga class hater’ who had a serious case of the “can’t sit stills”, Anita is now on a mission to bring this ancient practice down to (modern day) earth. Anita has her B’Sc and has studied multiple types of movement ranging from Stand Up Paddleboarding (SUP) to Pilates, and of course, Yoga. She has participated in yoga trainings in Vancouver, BC and in Melbourne, AUS with Amy Ippoliti.

By weaving her experience as a teacher, facilitator, and real life experience of the power of yoga and meditation, Anita keeps Social Yoga classes intentional, in a light-hearted way.

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