Tori Lovegrove

Approach every setting with: This must be the place and these must be the people.




Teaching Style

With a heavy emphasis on self exploration and intuitive movement, I encourage a vigorous, playful practice while continuously holding space for my diverse community of students that identify with various movement backgrounds. Come as you are.

Qualifications & Accomplishments
  • 300+ hrs of Yoga Alliance teacher training across the practices of Vinyasa Flow, Power, Hatha and Yin Yoga, in addition to 50 hrs of meditation training.
  • Yoga workshop and retreat facilitator
  • Degree in Sociology with a minor in Psychology from TMU.
Currently on repeat

F. Miller’s Music for Plants playlist. All 23+ volumes.

What to expect in my class

An emotional, physical and spiritual release through dance-like expression and somatic movement weaved together by articulate cues and meditation. Expect movement to align with loud, soulful music within a safe space where creating your own volume of release through breath is continuously encouraged.

How I got into fitness

Having grown up in the small ski town of Collingwood Ontario, my love for movement began at a very young age while spending my childhood living smack in between a ski hill and the beach. I grew up with skinned knees and dirty feet from playing outside constantly, while also dancing daily at a local studio since the age of 3. Upon later transitioning from the competitive dance scene and into the much kinder world of yoga, I discovered my love for the practice at age 16 where my passion for movement grew into an even deeper love for guiding others towards finding a home within their own bodies.

Favourite way to sweat

Biking to the studio on a hot Summer day in Toronto to teach or take a hot yoga class. Nothing feels more hilarious or chaotic to me than biking through rush hour, centering myself at the studio for an hour and then taking that same route home after leaving class feeling like an entirely different person.

What is your superpower?

Does sleeping count?

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