Unlimited Kardia Motivation – Anytime, Anywhere!

Starting Thursday October 22nd, we are thrilled to share Kardia’s yoga, cycling, strength training, foam rolling, and meditation classes with you in your own home or anywhere in the world, on-demand.

Get what you need to meet your goals, with our ever-growing library of on-demand studio classes. Do one video by itself or piece them together to build your own practice and training program.
 

Stream from your laptop, mobile device or tablet, or mirror your devices on your tv.  Your first week is FREE! The pricing after is $35.84 CAD/month. Once logged in with a subscription you will have unlimited access to all of our class offerings and you can cancel at anytime.

Heather Gardner on cultivating an inclusive run crew community and growing through discomfort

“For the last decade, Heather Gardner has been a leader in the Toronto running and fitness communities. She is a marathoner, yoga teacher and indoor cycling instructor guided by the values of inclusion and body positivity.

Four years ago Heather opened her own studio under the name Tribe Fitness and increased her already substantial following. But in the spring, criticism of this name and its hurtful implications for Indigenous Peoples led her to reflect and ultimately change the name of her business to Kardia Athletica. I chatted with Heather last week about her commitment to her communities, and to doing right by them.”

I’m chatting about changing our crew name and the changes as a result of COVID with Canadian running rock star Kate Van Buskirk on the Shakeout Podcast.

“Toronto Run Crew and Fitness Studio Changes its Name to Promote Inclusivity”

“It’s official! This week the Toronto run crew and cycle and yoga studio known as Tribe Fitness changed its name to Kardia. The changes came about due to the realization that the use of the word “tribe” was hurtful to Indigenous people. In June Heather Gardner, the studio founder and her team announced that a name change would be made. After consulting with their community and countless discussions on potential names, the final decision was Kardia.” – iRun Magazine