‘Yoga teacher to the stars’ coming to Niagara-on-the-Lake hotel-spa
Published August 14, 2023 at 1:55 pm
When those in the know call Danny Paradise the “yoga teacher to the stars,” it’s not hyperbole.
Paradise, who will be holding three separate sessions at 124 on Queen Hotel and Spa at the beginning of September, has taught some of the world‘s most renowned musicians, actors, sports champions, artists, designers, film directors and dancers including Paul Simon, Sting, Trudie Styler, Eddie Vedder, John McEnroe, members of the Grateful Dead, and Madonna.
Of his personal yoga practice, Sting said, “I always stayed fit because I’m a performer and all of those things help me to perform. But it wasn’t until I met Danny Paradise, who became my mentor in Yoga, that I started the practice which I feel I will stay with for the rest of my life.”
Regarded as one of the world’s best-known teachers of Ashtanga Yoga, a vigorous branch of this ancient Shamanic exploration, Paradise has been introducing the practice around the world for more than four decades in over 40 countries.
In his first trip to Canada in more than five years, Paradise will be holding yoga sessions at 124 on Queen Hotel and Spa on Sept. 1, 2 and 3.
The Sept. 1 session will be the only evening one while the Sept. 2 and 3 sessions will both be morning sessions, which include:
- 2 to 3 hour yoga class
- Light snacks and infused water
- Complimentary products from partners like: Budapest Bakeshop, Neob Lavender & Konzellman Estates Winery
- $135 each day
“We’re thrilled to welcome Danny Paradise back to Canada,” says Alana Hurov, Marketing Director, 124 on Queen Hotel & Spa.
“As the very first Western travelling teacher of Ashtanga Yoga, Danny has explored the world introducing his distinct style to practitioners, including some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry. We can’t imagine a more uplifting way to welcome the start of September than with one or more exclusive sessions with Danny. This really is the opportunity of a lifetime to be in the presence of a visionary teacher.”
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