Saturday, October 1st 2022
- Alexander den Heijer -
Join Kaitlyn for a relaxing and rejuvenating yoga class followed by a wine tasting, where you'll test your palate on five different wines and find your new favourite.
Connect with like-minded people and enjoy some time away from the hustle and bustle of the week.
Take in the beautiful setting of Petite Riviere Vineyards and indulge in an evening sure to fill your cup. You'll leave feeling refreshed and inspired, ready to embrace the new season.
October 1st from 4pm-6pm
Petite Riviere Vineyards
1300 Italy Cross Rd, Crousetown, NS
1 Hour Yoga Class
Unwind and restore as you move through a vinyasa flow class with Kaitlyn. This class is suitable for both beginner and advanced students.
Enjoy the elegant and diverse wines of Petite Riviere Vineyards, and learn about the unique terroir of one of the oldest grape growing regions of North America.
Time to connect
There will be time following the yoga class and wine tasting to enjoy the winery and connect with community.
Included in your ticket is a gift bag filled with goodies from local shops and services.
Kaitlyn is a yoga teacher and personal trainer passionate about helping you live a fulfilled and joyful life.
Her love for movement and living a healthy/active lifestyle led her to pursue a Bachelor of Kinesiology and a Bachelor of Education degree at Acadia University.
Kaitlyn went on to complete her 200 hour yoga teacher training in Portugal in 2018 and has since taught in a variety of studios and venues such as Lululemon, R Studios in Halifax, and YogaLife in Wolfville.
Whether it's through an in-person class or event, or an online program, you'll be sure to work toward your goals in a fun and uplifting environment.
Petite Rivière Vineyards is a destination winery in the LaHave River Valley Wine Region on the south shore of Nova Scotia.
Its winery location is idyllic, serene and located within 5-miles of three of the province’s most beautiful beaches.
Petite Rivière Vineyards relies on the unique terroir of one of the oldest grape growing regions in North America to make distinctive wines. The winery is known province-wide for the quality of its reds.