Programs all starting from $2450
What is the weather like?
In Toronto, Canada’s largest city and the capital of Ontario, the climate is continental, with very cold winters and warm summers. Although the city is located in the south of the country, winter is cold because the North American continent cools down a lot, and outbreaks of polar air masses are frequent. However, being that it is exposed to different types of air masses, jumps in temperature are frequent. Fog is fairly common at night and in the early morning, all year round, especially in rural areas around the city.
Here are the average temperatures at the Toronto Pearson Airport, in the south-west of the city. The districts overlooking the shores of the lake are a bit milder.
What to bring?
- A sticky, non-slip yoga mat
- Yoga Belt
- Water bottle
- Travel mug for hot drinks
- Toiletries (feminine hygiene products) and towels (hand towel too)
- Writing materials: lined paper, pens, etc.
- Flashlight or headlamp (necessary)
- Battery operated alarm clock and watch (You will need to carry a watch at all times as there are no bells)
- Extra batteries
- Layers of comfortable clothing (including WARM & COOL clothes regardless of season)
- Comfortable clothes for daily yoga practice and meditation
- Fleece jacket, down vest, sweaters
- Shorts, tank tops, swimsuit
- A fun, out on the town, outfit
- Personal comfort items i.e. supplements
- Comfortable shoes for walking, and sandals
What kind of food is available?
There 2000 restaurants in Toronto from vegan to meat cuisine. Meals range $20-100 per meal.
Getting to Vancouver?
Toronto International Airport is serviced by 50 Airlines from around the world.