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Yoga + Meditation Classes, Workshops and Retreats


stream yoga + meditation

Welcome Home

Stream Yoga + Meditation is a home-based studio located on a quiet 10-acres on the east side of Port Colborne, Ontario.

We teach yoga, meditation and mindfulness practices, suitable for anyone, regardless of background or beliefs.

We offer a safe and supportive environment in which students are free to explore the reality of their physical, mental and emotional experiences through movement and stillness.

We value building and sustaining a community of practitioners (sangha) – friends who support and encourage each other as we all walk the path home to our hearts.

Upcoming Events

Yoga for Every Body

at Dawg’s Burgers & Fries across from HH Knoll Park
Sunday, August 18, 2019
with Heather Fenton

Meet us by the lake for a peaceful outdoor class. By donation; your donation will be given in full to Port Cares. These classes are offered freely for the benefit of our local community.

Yoga Nidra

Friday, August 23, 2019
with Julie Boyse

Yoga nidra is a guided practice of deep relaxation into the liminal space between waking and sleeping. Yoga nidra is practiced as a powerful method for releasing ourselves from our conditioned mental and emotional patterns (samskaras) — the psychological imprints or impressions that give rise to our repetitive thoughts, feelings and behaviours.

The Path of No Harm

Friday, September 6, 2019
with Jacqueline Gilbey

The yogic path is founded on ethical restraints, the root of which is non-harm (ahimsa). In this Friday evening specialty class we’ll explore the ways in which a commitment to no harm informs our practice, both on and off the mat.

Living Mindfully Day Retreat

Saturday, September 7, 2019
with Heather Fenton + Jacqueline Gilbey

A day retreat is a special opportunity to delve a little deeper into meditation. Join us for a day of quiet contemplation, alternating periods of seated and walking meditation, instructions for practice and supportive silence in community.

Living from the Heart

A Weekend Lovingkindness Meditation Retreat at Jericho House, Port Colborne
October 3-6, 2019
with Heather Fenton

This 4-day residential retreat will be structured using basic buddhist practices, including periods of seated and walking meditation. You will be supported with instructions for practice (dharma), guided meditations, and periods of guided mindful movement (hatha yoga).

Weekly Classes

Hatha Yoga

Join us for a 75-min traditional Hatha Yoga class, combining postures (asanas) with breath (pranayama) to help you reduce stress, and increase strength, focus and flexibility.

Gentle Yoga

Enjoy our 60-min modified Hatha Chair Yoga class, with a series of postures (asanas) refined to suit any ability, and with breath (pranayama) to help you reduce stress, increase strength, focus and flexibility.


Gather your mind for a relaxing 90-mins meditation class, with guided meditations, instructions for practice (dharma) and time for discussion and Q&A. Suitable for new or experienced meditators.


What Our Students Say

“I have cervical (neck) spine degeneration and osteoarthritis throughout my body. Stream is yoga with a purpose — YOU! My body has responded so positively to the professional instructions by Heather and Megan, I am now able to move with much more ease. Plus, it’s a fun place to go, the setting is ethereal and the positive vibes have a healing effect. I never miss a class there!” Grace

“Meditating with a group is really wonderful for quieting the mind and finding balance. Heather very gently shares her insight and knowledge.” Loraine

“I LOVE the gentle yoga classes! It’s like getting a massage.” Paula

“I have to admit I was skeptical about yoga. Before we tried it, I said to my wife, ‘This woo woo hippie stuff ain’t for me.’ But now, it’s our Tuesday thing! After the first 15 weeks I can honestly say I feel better. My flexibility has improved, my all-around mood has changed. I don’t sweat the small stuff as much as I used to. And, no matter how I arrive at class, I always feel better when I leave. Megan and Heather make me feel like one of the group.” Dan

“There is ‘yoga’ but THIS is so much more. You don’t walk in feeling intimidated or feeling you should hide at the back…it’s a supportive group where we share and learn how to shine our light. Heather and Meg are wonderful teachers.” Rebecca

“I have been practicing yoga with Megan and Heather for over two years now. It is the one activity, quite frankly, that keeps me from having chronic back pain. The instructors are fabulous and it truly doesn’t matter how good you are. Just show up and do what you can! The atmosphere is very non-judgmental and people of all levels and abilities attend the classes. There is a very welcoming “come on in and try it out and see how you like it” mentality.

I have also had an interest in meditation for many years, and have I been practicing weekly at the Wednesday evening sessions for some time now. The meditation teacher, Heather, is a warm, authentic and caring individual who is interested in the healing of others and the world. She creates a sacred space that is safe and nurturing for you to explore meditation, and provides instructions for mindfulness practices that can be done both on and off the cushion.

I am incredibly grateful that this wonderful experience is available right here in Port Colborne.”


every moment a new beginning

“It is never too late to turn on the light. Your ability to break an unhealthy habit or turn off an old tape doesn’t depend on how long it has been running; a shift in perspective doesn’t depend on how long you’ve held on to the old view.

When you flip the switch in that attic, it doesn’t matter whether its been dark for ten minutes, ten years or ten decades.

The light still illuminates the room and banishes the murkiness, letting you see the things you couldn’t see before.

Its never too late to take a moment to look.”

Sharon Salzberg, Real Happiness: The Power of Meditation

Ready to Make a Change?

We'd love to see you take the next step to better physical, mental and emotional health. Get in touch with us today. Your first class is free!

Email us at hello@gentlydownthestream.org or call/text us at 519.400.7862.