Category Archives: Acupuncture
It’s always a good time to re-evaluate our habits — how we commute to our work and play
places being one of those habits. What better time than now to dust off that helmet, pump up those tires, and oil those chain links: your bicycle is calling! Not only is cycling a fun and functional activity, it is a way of life and makes a statement about the quality of air we want to breathe, the way we want to keep our bodies active, and the cityscape and cycling lanes we want to enjoy and help create.
This week, in collaboration with Greater Victoria’s Bike to Work Week, we want to celebrate You on Your Bicycles, whatever your skill level and commuting distance. In honour of Bike to Work Week, we are throwing a special event: Bike to Hemma Week! Cycle to Hemma between May 27 and June 2, and get a chance to win free Yoga and Acupuncture!
We love family tandem trips, escapes out of town, zips through traffic, easy downhills, detours by Dallas Road, shortcuts through parks, and daydreams of trans-Canada journeys. Come share what you love about pedalling!
Fall is the season of turning inward, of slowing down, and of establishing new routines. As we round the corner to our tenth year in business, we are excited to offer you a new Yoga pass option to support your Yoga habits! Hemma means home, and over the last decade of welcoming you for Yoga and Acupuncture, many of you have truly made Hemma your home away from home. (We love this!) For our Yoga students who spend a lot of time here, the new no-place-like-home membership is $99/month and offers you unlimited access to our 35+ classes per week. This pass requires an initial 4 month commitment and since you are charged automatically each month, you don’t have to worry about topping up your pass. If you’ve been wanting to get back to the mat, purchase your pass online and we’ll see you soon!
What makes yoga special at Hemma? Great teachers, wonderful community, sliding scale, a wide variety of classes and of course tea and cookies! Come celebrate the benefits of this ancient practice with us. Thanks to Tom at Front Range Films and everyone who participated in the making! Please feel free to share it far and wide!