Group classes

Activate your well-being!

Our group classes take place in our gym located in the clinic. Sign up for the next session!

You can register via email at Please put “Registration” in the subject line of your email.

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What is a group class like?

Our group classes take place in our gym located in the clinic. Some of our classes are held in-person and virtual.

When you register in person, we presently have a capacity of 10 participants. *Minimum of 3 participants to run the class.

When you register virtually, you can access the group class from wherever you want for the following week, whether it’s in your living room or at the park!


What is the next session schedule?


/ The spring Pilates session runs from April 10 to June 26, 2024 (12 weeks).

  • Pilates: 
    • Wednesdays 6:00 pm / In-person only
    • Wednesdays 7:15 pm / In-person (full) and virtual (unlimited places)

You can register via email at Please put “Registration” in the subject line of your email and specify the time of your chosen class, as well as your preference for the face-to-face or virtual option.


/ The winter Ekinox Fitness session runs from April 15 to June 17, 2024 (9 weeks).
*No class on May 20, 2024.

  • Ekinox Fitness :
    • Mondays 19:00 / In-person only

You can register via email at Please put “Registration” in the subject line of your email.


/ The summer Hatha yoga session runs from June 20 to August 22, 2024 (10 weeks).

  • Hatha Yoga: 
    • Thursdays 7:15 / In-person only

Free trial of the Hatha yoga class on June 6, 2024, at 7:15 p.m. Places are limited, registration required.

You can register via email at Please put “Registration” in the subject line of your email.

  • What are your prices for the group classes?

    The fee for face-to-face classes is $15 plus tax per class for the duration of the session. The fee for virtual classes is $12 plus tax per class for the duration of the session. For example, for a 7-week session, the rate is $105 plus tax for face-to-face classes and $84 plus tax for virtual classes.

What classes are available at Ekinox?

  1. Pilates

    Pilates is a form of mind-body exercise created by Joseph Pilates in the early 1920s that is practiced by men and women around the world!

    Focusing on deep strengthening of the stabilizing muscles of your spine, Pilates helps you keep your back strong and relieve chronic tension and pain. Through fairly physical, but gentle, non-impact exercises, Pilates work especially the lower body muscles (abs, back and glutes), but also the arms, shoulders and hips.

    Posture is a focus throughout the class.  Learn exercises to help improve and correct your posture from head to toe. Regain greater mobility by gaining control of your muscle function and improving your strength, power, balance and flexibility so you can do whatever you are passionate about!

    Expect to stand, sit, lie down on your back, your front, your side, rock, glide and rotate your body. No shoes are required. Although this is not a cardio class, it is possible that some of the exercises will increase your heart rate.

  2. Ekinox Fitness

    In the Ekinox Fitness class, sessions are structured as dynamic stations, where you rotate through a series of exercises, an approach that ensures a complete and varied workout by targeting different muscle groups and aspects of your physical condition.

    Let’s activate your well-being together! You can expect a well-rounded combination of cardiovascular exercises to improve endurance, resistance training to build strength, and balance and stability training to help you stay steady on your feet. Our class emphasizes proper form and technique, promoting physical balance and resilience. Ekinox Fitness provides a purposeful and results-driven approach to achieving holistic fitness and an overall sense of well-being!

  3. Hatha Yoga

    Hatha Yoga aims for the perfect balance between effort (HA) and rest (THA).

    Classes typically include breathing techniques (Pranayama), Sun salutations, yoga poses (Asanas) held for a few breaths, and a final relaxation. Holding the postures for several breaths stretches, strengthens, and releases tension in the body.

    Yoga poses, also called postures or asanas, develop strength, balance and flexibility, while soothing your nerves and calming your mind.

    Pranayama is often divided into two words – prana – yama – “prana” meaning life force and “yama” meaning control. In this respect, “pranayama” can translate into breath control.

    A regular practice of pranayama can bring harmony between the body, mind, and spirit, making one physically, mentally and spiritually strong. It brings clarity to the mind and good health to the body.

    Hatha is considered a gentle yoga that focuses on static poses and is great for beginners. However, even though it is gentle, it can still be physically and mentally challenging.

    Embark on a yoga journey where mind, body and soul unite!

Our professionnals

  • Sherry Owen
    Sherry Owen
    Pilates Instructor
  • Laura X. Serrano
    Laura X. Serrano
    Kinesiologist and massage therapist
  • Daniela Dejanova
    Daniela Dejanova
    Certified yoga teacher
Sherry Owen

Sherry Owen

Pilates Instructor
Expertises : Group classes
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Sherry fell in love with Pilates 18 years ago when she remedied her chronic back pain with Pilates! Her desire to help others experience the benefits that Pilates can provide, led her to become a certified instructor. Sherry strives to have each student experience how Pilates exercises enable them to achieve more freedom of movement, strength and support to do whatever it is you are passionate about!

Sherry is certified with Body Harmonics, and continues to expand her depth of knowledge integrating and adapting the benefit of Pilates for specific conditions concerning the spine, hips, shoulders and neurological conditions such as Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis, and stroke. She is currently following an education path to achieve a Pilates Post-Rehab Specialization.

Teaching group and private classes since 2005, Sherry is very experienced at adapting exercises to accommodate a multitude of conditions/injuries. She has a calm and motivating style of teaching that will challenge you, help you move and feel good!
Laura X. Serrano

Laura X. Serrano

Kinesiologist and massage therapist
Expertises : Group classes, Kinesiology, Massage Therapy
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Laura is passionate about kinesiology, having graduated from Concordia University. Her fascination with biomechanics and how exercise interacts with anatomy and physiology has led her to work with diverse populations looking to improve their mobility and quality of life.

In addition to her profession in kinesiology, Laura has a passion for massage therapy, which she sees as a holistic approach to improving people's well-being. Laura is constantly eager to learn and perfect her skills in the fields of kinesiology and massage therapy. Her undivided motivation drives her to achieve her professional goals and help others improve their physical and mental well-being.

Outside her career, she explores many creative interests, including painting, music and drawing. DIY projects, board games and escape games also hold a special place in her life.

At the same time, Laura is motivated about sports and physical activity. She loves playing soccer, bouldering, going to the gym, tennis, basketball and outdoor activities. What she loves most of all is sharing these moments with her faithful four-legged companion, her dog, who brings priceless joy to her life, contributing to her mental and physical balance.
Daniela Dejanova

Daniela Dejanova

Certified yoga teacher
Expertises : Group classes
Driven by curiosity Daniela’s first yoga class was in 1998 at the Yoga Society-Skopje. She finished the introduction course, the benefits were clear and since then, yoga has been her way of life.

She is certified in Hatha, Vinyasa, Yin and Chair Yoga, and she has participated in many yoga workshops to deepen her knowledge.

Daniela knows that everyone is different and she will guide you to find ease in the movements and make the practice accessible to all. Through her yoga classes, students can experience the benefits of yoga postures, breathing techniques and meditation.

Daniela is passionate about healthy food and enjoys preparing nutritional vegetarian meals.

She likes nature, hiking, biking and gardening.