P3 Yoga Zone
Here at P3 Yoga Zone we are committed to providing inspired support and informed guidance to students of all levels. We create safe and nurturing yoga classes where students can explore and experience the body, mind, spirit development.
Your studio is filled with the love and light that you so openly share with others. I am so happy to have found you and your little piece of paradise. I am truly amazed at how far I have been able to transform myself both physically and emotionally. Thank you and Namaste.
Suzanne Hennig, E-RYT, ISKA, PTS, MBS, PMI
The director, founder and driving energy behind the doors of P3 Yoga & Athletic Training Studio. A Registered (E-RYT 500) Yoga Teacher and Teacher Training School Registered with the International Yoga Alliance and Pilates Mat Instructor (PMI) with East to West Yoga and Pilates Inc. Suzanne has also attained several Certifications with Can-Fit-Pro as a Personal Trainer, Mind and Body Fitness Specialist and is an International Sport Kickboxing Associate Trainer.
For over 25 years she has been a part of the health and fitness industry working with athletes, instructors and clients from all walks of life. Suzanne is well known for her dynamic personality and innovative hands-on teaching style. This is indicated in winning the prestigious “Reader’s Choice Get Out There Magazine’s Best Yoga Studio in Ontario Award for the past 3 years!
Suzanne particularly thrives on developing sport-specific yoga training for athletes of all genres. She has participated, trained and coached in many athletic events including Running, Triathlon, Kickboxing, Dragon Boating and Adventure Racing. Her personal journey and experiences provides the foundation she uses to connect with each and every client that walks through her studio’s doors.
As a strong believer that yoga is the deepest form of self-exploration and empowerment in our personal lives, Suzanne is a wonderful example of the power of yoga on and off the mat.
Frances Gunn, RYT 200
Frances Gunn is a graduate of P3Yoga's first E-RYT 200 class (and the 500 hour training is in progress!) and has been teaching yoga at the studio, with university groups, on her back deck and at friends' cottages ever since. Her teaching style is down-to-earth and emphasizes challenge, openness and acceptance. She is a full-time professor at Ryerson University, and pursuing her PhD. Frances is thankful for the many gifts and lessons that her yoga practice has brought her over the years, and especially for the shared energy of a yoga class.
Lisa discovered yoga about 13 years ago, initially for the physical benefits. With increased practice she began to develop deeper self awareness and knew this was the path she wanted to explore. After 20 years with the same company, they closed their doors giving Lisa the push she needed to pursue her dream of being able to teach yoga as well as to deepen her own yoga practice. Yoga has brought a real sense of balance and positivity to her life. Lisa's hope is that through her teaching she'll be able to help others discover and appreciate the many benefits of yoga both on and off the mat.