Let’s hold space, choose to be brave, walk together without judgement, and let our true selves be seen.
The Yoga Junction is the union of everything within the yoga lifestyle. Created out of an understanding that everyone experiences a different yoga journey, The Yoga Junction is a space, both virtual and physical, where you are liberated to be authentically you.
It all began as a women’s only retreat business and has evolved into a growing inclusive community.
Jessica's partner Tricia joined the movement in 2021 and together they have opened a Studio space in Airdrie, Alberta that encompasses the same culture that the company began with but now offers that to everyone who is interested in exploring community through yoga and connection in a studio environment.
The Yoga Junction hosts retreats & workshops, and now welcomes you into our studio where you are liberated to be authentically you. A place where you can show up exactly as you are, without judgement.
"When we are brave enough to wander through the wild and unknown, only then will we be fortunate enough to find a path home.”
– Jessica Jacobs
Yoga (derived from the Sanskrit word “yoke” which means to bind or unite) + Junction (where two or more places meet) = The Yoga Junction
The Yoga Junction Scholarship is one free admission to a retreat, and it will be awarded to someone who otherwise may not have the opportunity to attend. Five percent of each retreat admission will go towards the scholarship, so we can empower others together and create an inclusive space for everyone. Subsequent donations will be accepted.
Dismantling Common Yoga Perceptions:
You don't have to be spiritual to practice yoga. You don't have to know the history of yoga to practice yoga. Your friends don't have to practice yoga for you to practice yoga. You don't have to be "good" at yoga. You don't have to wear Lululemon. You can still enjoy wine. You can be a newcomer or an expert. You don't have to stop swearing. You don't have to practice every day. You don't have to be anyone but yourself. All you have to do is BREATHE. That is what showing up for yourself looks like.
The ancestral and traditional indigenous territories of the Blackfoot and the people of the treaty 7 region in southern Alberta, which includes the Siksika, the Piikani, the Kainai, the Tsuu T'ina and the Stoney Nakoda first nations.
Together, we will open our hearts and offer each other unconditional support.