Union Yoga, 956 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M6H 1L6
Taste of Iceland in Toronto
Elemental Sound Bath with Jósa Goodlife and Blue Lagoon Iceland
Join us for an hour of inner peace and healing meditation. Icelandic Energy Healer, Jósa Goodlife, will take you on an elemental journey beyond time and space.
While it is hard to beat the real thing, the least we can do is bring some of Iceland's energy to you!
Join us for an hour of inner peace and healing meditation at . Icelandic Energy Healer, , will take you on an elemental journey beyond time and space. She will guide you on a deeply relaxing, supporting, and uplifting journey with natural healing sounds and leave you rejuvenated and focused for the remainder of your day.
The Blue Lagoon will provide complimentary yoga mats guests can take home after the class. When guests enter, they will get a Yoga mat, a towel, and a blanket. We will also have water from Icelandic Glacial, and after the session, guests will receive a Blue Lagoon silica mud mask.
Unclaimed tickets will be given away on a first-come, first-served basis, on location 30 minutes before the event.
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Blue Lagoon Iceland
Founded in 1992, Blue Lagoon Iceland has long been a sustainable destination due to the beneficial powers of its famed geothermal seawater. Nestled in an 800-year-old lava field in the heart of the Reykjanes UNESCO Geopark and conveniently located between Reykjavik and Iceland’s international airport, Blue Lagoon Iceland is a sustainability-first company encompassing hotels, restaurants, R&D, renowned skin care lines, and a place for wellbeing. In 2012, the company’s iconic centerpiece – the Blue Lagoon Water – was named one of “25 Wonders of the World” by National Geographic, propelling the majestic, healing waters into the upper echelons of global travel destinations.
In 2018, the company continued its evolution with the Retreat opening at Blue Lagoon Iceland, the country’s first five-star spa hotel. Included in Time Magazine’s list of “The World’s 100 Greatest Places,” the Retreat features a 62-suite, award-winning, luxury hotel; a subterranean spa featuring the signature Blue Lagoon Ritual and in-water massage; a mineral-rich, private lagoon; and two new restaurants, including Moss, a Michelin-recommended destination. In 2021, the company introduced its latest luxury product—BL+, a science-driven skin care line.
Icelandic Glacial Water
You are what you drink – be exceptional!
Long before man reached the remote island of Iceland, a massive volcanic eruption occurred, creating the Ölfus Spring deep below the earth's surface. For 5,000 years, water has filtered slowly through layers of lava rock, creating exceptionally pure and naturally alkaline water with the perfect mineral balance. Shielded by an impenetrable layer of lava rock and surrounded by a 128,000-acre exclusion zone, Ölfus Spring replenishes from rainfall and snowmelt over uninhabited and untouched lava fields. With over 238 million gallons of water overflowing from the Ölfus Spring into the ocean every day, it's one of the world's largest natural springs.