Noah Krol   Noah Krol started his quest into Self discovery at the age of 14 with a fascination and love for martial arts. His amazement of the deep control over body, mind, and the energetic fields combined with the athleticism of the arts caused him to read every book he could on meditations, philosophies, breath control, exercise, etc, with an unquenchable thirst for knowledge. 23 years later, his love has grown and expanded to include Bodywork and Yoga with a specific focus of Shaivite Philosophy in its simplicity & elegance.  Noah is the owner of Peg City Yoga in Winnipeg, Canada. He is a 2200 hour graduate of Foothills College of Massage Therapy. He holds a diploma in Fitness and Nutrition, as well as, a Personal Training Specialist certificate through Can Fit Pro. Noah is accredited with a 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training and Personal Development program and 100 hour Anusara immersion.  Noah is the co-creator of  Sivatantra Yoga , which currently runs Workshops, Teacher Immersions, and a 200 hour certified Yoga Teacher Training gistered with Yoga Alliance International.

Noah Krol

Noah Krol started his quest into Self discovery at the age of 14 with a fascination and love for martial arts. His amazement of the deep control over body, mind, and the energetic fields combined with the athleticism of the arts caused him to read every book he could on meditations, philosophies, breath control, exercise, etc, with an unquenchable thirst for knowledge. 23 years later, his love has grown and expanded to include Bodywork and Yoga with a specific focus of Shaivite Philosophy in its simplicity & elegance.

Noah is the owner of Peg City Yoga in Winnipeg, Canada. He is a 2200 hour graduate of Foothills College of Massage Therapy. He holds a diploma in Fitness and Nutrition, as well as, a Personal Training Specialist certificate through Can Fit Pro. Noah is accredited with a 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training and Personal Development program and 100 hour Anusara immersion.

Noah is the co-creator of Sivatantra Yoga, which currently runs Workshops, Teacher Immersions, and a 200 hour certified Yoga Teacher Training gistered with Yoga Alliance International.

Marisa Cline   Marisa is a free spirit and love seeker who believes if we open ourselves to love and grace we will discover a world of beauty and infinite possibilities.  Her Yoga practice began in 2008 after the birth of her daughter. The experience showed her the profound nature of the human body and its capabilities, sparking an inner light to step onto the mat to explore more and realize her authentic self.  An artist from an early age, Marisa’s art has always been an exploration into self discovery. This led her to complete a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts, a 200 hour RYT with YYoga Teacher Training and a 200 hour RYT with Sivatantra Yoga Teacher Training.  Guided by her creative spirit, Marisa’s Yoga classes flow rhythmically through dynamic sequencing, yet are grounded through clear instruction and a deep connection to the breath. Her gentle nature inspires students to listen to their bodies, to move and breathe with love and intention, and cultivate mindful awareness. Through her bright smile shines an obvious passion that encourage us all to move past limitations, challenge ourselves, and awaken to our fullest potential both on and off the mat.

Marisa Cline

Marisa is a free spirit and love seeker who believes if we open ourselves to love and grace we will discover a world of beauty and infinite possibilities.

Her Yoga practice began in 2008 after the birth of her daughter. The experience showed her the profound nature of the human body and its capabilities, sparking an inner light to step onto the mat to explore more and realize her authentic self.

An artist from an early age, Marisa’s art has always been an exploration into self discovery. This led her to complete a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts, a 200 hour RYT with YYoga Teacher Training and a 200 hour RYT with Sivatantra Yoga Teacher Training.

Guided by her creative spirit, Marisa’s Yoga classes flow rhythmically through dynamic sequencing, yet are grounded through clear instruction and a deep connection to the breath. Her gentle nature inspires students to listen to their bodies, to move and breathe with love and intention, and cultivate mindful awareness. Through her bright smile shines an obvious passion that encourage us all to move past limitations, challenge ourselves, and awaken to our fullest potential both on and off the mat.

Robyn Thomas   Robyn is an E-RYT with Yoga Alliance Int and an Occupational Therapist (OT Reg MB). She is the co-creator of  Sivatantra Yoga  and currently runs Yoga teacher trainings and workshops throughout Canada, as well as, travels to First Nations Communities to provide therapy services through the Jordan’s Principle Program. She also has a private practice, Whole Therapies, where clients can access Yoga Therapy, Sensory Integration and Emotional Processing support and techniques. She is currently a candidate for certification to be a TRE (Tension/Trauma Release Exercise) Provider (August 2020) and has significant professional continuing education in Trauma Informed therapy and intervention.  Her Yoga teaching is rooted in Trika philosophy of Kashmir Shivaism. Her main teachers have been Shiva Rae of Prana Vinyasa Flow, John Friend and other leaders of Anusara, and most recently Rod Stryker of Para Yoga.  Her Yoga classes hold depth in sequencing, intentional instruction and philosophy, with subtle guidance in sensory integration and emotional processing. She is passionate about the will of the Yogi, who must commit to showing up wholeheartedly again and again and again; in doing so, the Yogi inspires others to do the same.

Robyn Thomas

Robyn is an E-RYT with Yoga Alliance Int and an Occupational Therapist (OT Reg MB). She is the co-creator of Sivatantra Yoga and currently runs Yoga teacher trainings and workshops throughout Canada, as well as, travels to First Nations Communities to provide therapy services through the Jordan’s Principle Program.
She also has a private practice, Whole Therapies, where clients can access Yoga Therapy, Sensory Integration and Emotional Processing support and techniques. She is currently a candidate for certification to be a TRE (Tension/Trauma Release Exercise) Provider (August 2020) and has significant professional continuing education in Trauma Informed therapy and intervention.
Her Yoga teaching is rooted in Trika philosophy of Kashmir Shivaism. Her main teachers have been Shiva Rae of Prana Vinyasa Flow, John Friend and other leaders of Anusara, and most recently Rod Stryker of Para Yoga.
Her Yoga classes hold depth in sequencing, intentional instruction and philosophy, with subtle guidance in sensory integration and emotional processing. She is passionate about the will of the Yogi, who must commit to showing up wholeheartedly again and again and again; in doing so, the Yogi inspires others to do the same.

Lesley Brown   Lesley has been committed to sharing her love for AcroYoga and growing the community in Winnipeg since discovering the partner practice while traveling in 2011.  After returning to the US for several training intensives over two years, she completed her training in Spring 2013 and is now Winnipeg’s only resident certified AcroYoga California teacher.  She has been practicing Yoga since 2005 and also holds certifications as an RYT-200 for Vinyasa and Yin, as well as being a Slackline teacher through the YogaSlackers. She also works as a registered massage therapist in Winnipeg and Churchill.

Lesley Brown

Lesley has been committed to sharing her love for AcroYoga and growing the community in Winnipeg since discovering the partner practice while traveling in 2011.

After returning to the US for several training intensives over two years, she completed her training in Spring 2013 and is now Winnipeg’s only resident certified AcroYoga California teacher.

She has been practicing Yoga since 2005 and also holds certifications as an RYT-200 for Vinyasa and Yin, as well as being a Slackline teacher through the YogaSlackers. She also works as a registered massage therapist in Winnipeg and Churchill.

Nicole Megarry   Nicole began practicing Yoga 10 years ago, and immediately fell in love with the way that physical movement can impact the emotional body. Nicole loves the physical and mental challenges that Yoga brings to her life, and is fascinated by the way energy moves through the body, and using yoga to influence the flow of prana. Inspired to deepen her personal practice, Nicole completed her 200 hour Sivatantra Yoga Teacher Training in Winnipeg in 2016. Since that time, she has deeply enjoyed sharing her passion and love of Yoga with her students. Nicole’s classes integrate movement with music, and are energetic and playful. She believes in challenging the body and mind to break through physical and emotional barriers, inspiring her students to discover more about themselves and grow through the practice of Yoga.

Nicole Megarry

Nicole began practicing Yoga 10 years ago, and immediately fell in love with the way that physical movement can impact the emotional body. Nicole loves the physical and mental challenges that Yoga brings to her life, and is fascinated by the way energy moves through the body, and using yoga to influence the flow of prana. Inspired to deepen her personal practice, Nicole completed her 200 hour Sivatantra Yoga Teacher Training in Winnipeg in 2016. Since that time, she has deeply enjoyed sharing her passion and love of Yoga with her students. Nicole’s classes integrate movement with music, and are energetic and playful. She believes in challenging the body and mind to break through physical and emotional barriers, inspiring her students to discover more about themselves and grow through the practice of Yoga.

Nancy Harrar   It was a Yoga video someone popped in at a friend’s house in Australia in 2000 that Sparked Nancy's interest in this ancient practice. She has since been on a journey that has taken her to fascinating places and she continues to learn more about herself and others every day.  Nancy completed her Siva Raja Yoga training in India in the fall of 2008 after completing her first teacher training in mexico, 2007. Nancy's intuitive sensibility allows for a strong connection between her and her students.

Nancy Harrar

It was a Yoga video someone popped in at a friend’s house in Australia in 2000 that Sparked Nancy's interest in this ancient practice. She has since been on a journey that has taken her to fascinating places and she continues to learn more about herself and others every day.

Nancy completed her Siva Raja Yoga training in India in the fall of 2008 after completing her first teacher training in mexico, 2007. Nancy's intuitive sensibility allows for a strong connection between her and her students.

Caralynn Nault   As a young person who grew up as an athlete, Caralynn began practising Yoga 10 years ago. Originally as a way to stay active, it was an on and off practice until she found solace in a consistent practice during a particularly challenging time and discovered it was a way to care for than just her physical body. After moving to Winnipeg in 2017 and discovering Peg City Yoga, she knew her asana practice (and life) had been changed forever. Following this pull to dive deeper into her search for self she took Robyn and Noah’s 200-hour Sivatantra Yoga teacher training in 2017/18 and Girlvana’s 50-hour teacher training in 2018. Caralynn believes that although there is so much to be grateful for in our world, the observance of gratitude is just the beginning with reciprocity being the natural progression of the cycle. We each have a responsibility to bring our full Selves to life, to offer our gifts to the world from deep down in the True Root of our Self. Asana practice is a wonderful and effective way to cultivate connection with and exploration of all parts of ourselves. Be it through gentle, supported poses or the challenge of building strength, doing the work to come back to ourselves again and again allows us to become intimately familiar with who we are and the gifts we bring to life. Her classes offer a safe space to explore this work, with encouragement to surprise yourself with what you find in your practice.

Caralynn Nault

As a young person who grew up as an athlete, Caralynn began practising Yoga 10 years ago. Originally as a way to stay active, it was an on and off practice until she found solace in a consistent practice during a particularly challenging time and discovered it was a way to care for than just her physical body. After moving to Winnipeg in 2017 and discovering Peg City Yoga, she knew her asana practice (and life) had been changed forever. Following this pull to dive deeper into her search for self she took Robyn and Noah’s 200-hour Sivatantra Yoga teacher training in 2017/18 and Girlvana’s 50-hour teacher training in 2018. Caralynn believes that although there is so much to be grateful for in our world, the observance of gratitude is just the beginning with reciprocity being the natural progression of the cycle. We each have a responsibility to bring our full Selves to life, to offer our gifts to the world from deep down in the True Root of our Self. Asana practice is a wonderful and effective way to cultivate connection with and exploration of all parts of ourselves. Be it through gentle, supported poses or the challenge of building strength, doing the work to come back to ourselves again and again allows us to become intimately familiar with who we are and the gifts we bring to life. Her classes offer a safe space to explore this work, with encouragement to surprise yourself with what you find in your practice.



Michelle Laing   Michelle’s Yoga journey begun while playing college volleyball in Alberta for five years. When she began Yoga she did it strictly for the physical benefits, but it didn’t take long before realizing that Yoga goes beyond just the physical realm. After studying and training at Yandara Institute in 2016 yoga became a life style.  Yoga is a meditation in motion. There is so much magic in the breath. The way it helps us let go of things that don’t serve us. The way it lands us in the present moment. The way it calms down our nervous system and the way it nourishes our body and mind.  As we practice we constantly bring our awareness back to our physical, emotional, and mental body. Our breath and the yoga postures help strip away the layers we have built up. It Helps us become aware of our habits and tendencies. It helps us remain soft while we face resistance. This practice allows us to meet ourselves where we are with compassion. Yoga brings us home.

Michelle Laing

Michelle’s Yoga journey begun while playing college volleyball in Alberta for five years. When she began Yoga she did it strictly for the physical benefits, but it didn’t take long before realizing that Yoga goes beyond just the physical realm. After studying and training at Yandara Institute in 2016 yoga became a life style.
Yoga is a meditation in motion. There is so much magic in the breath. The way it helps us let go of things that don’t serve us. The way it lands us in the present moment. The way it calms down our nervous system and the way it nourishes our body and mind.
As we practice we constantly bring our awareness back to our physical, emotional, and mental body. Our breath and the yoga postures help strip away the layers we have built up. It Helps us become aware of our habits and tendencies. It helps us remain soft while we face resistance. This practice allows us to meet ourselves where we are with compassion. Yoga brings us home.

Jen Woodward   Jen’s Yoga journey began 8 years ago, when she grew tired of routine gym work outs, and quickly fell in love with the practice. Years later she realized Yoga was much more than just physical postures. Her practice began to ease and calm her busy mind, and she became very interested with the healing aspect of yoga.  It wasn’t until she took the 200 Sivatanta Yoga teacher training, that she found the connection to herself that she had been looking for. She teaches grounding, playful classes with the hopes she will be able to help students find that connection to themselves, for themselves. Jen truly believes that Yoga can do so much for the body/mind, and through her teaching aims to empower all her students.

Jen Woodward

Jen’s Yoga journey began 8 years ago, when she grew tired of routine gym work outs, and quickly fell in love with the practice. Years later she realized Yoga was much more than just physical postures. Her practice began to ease and calm her busy mind, and she became very interested with the healing aspect of yoga.
It wasn’t until she took the 200 Sivatanta Yoga teacher training, that she found the connection to herself that she had been looking for.
She teaches grounding, playful classes with the hopes she will be able to help students find that connection to themselves, for themselves.
Jen truly believes that Yoga can do so much for the body/mind, and through her teaching aims to empower all her students.

Tasha Konkin   Tasha has been practicing Yoga for almost 10 years now, but the past 4 years the connection to her practice has deepened, becoming more therapeutic for her body and mind. This shift came with exploring other alternative healing methods, as well as, incorporating conscious lifestyle habits to better bring herself into greater balance. Tasha has completed a Bachelor of Kinesiology degree, during which time she attended her first taste of Yoga training, 36 Hour Yoga Teacher Training MFC Fit Flow. Her belief in the power of the mind and thought lead her to become a certified Theta healer. She started teaching her first Yoga classes 4 years ago and last year she completed her 200 hour Sivatantra Yoga Teacher Training.  With intention and awareness each one of her classes unfolds meeting each student where they are and allowing the Asana to evolve from there.

Tasha Konkin

Tasha has been practicing Yoga for almost 10 years now, but the past 4 years the connection to her practice has deepened, becoming more therapeutic for her body and mind. This shift came with exploring other alternative healing methods, as well as, incorporating conscious lifestyle habits to better bring herself into greater balance. Tasha has completed a Bachelor of Kinesiology degree, during which time she attended her first taste of Yoga training, 36 Hour Yoga Teacher Training MFC Fit Flow. Her belief in the power of the mind and thought lead her to become a certified Theta healer. She started teaching her first Yoga classes 4 years ago and last year she completed her 200 hour Sivatantra Yoga Teacher Training.

With intention and awareness each one of her classes unfolds meeting each student where they are and allowing the Asana to evolve from there.