Yoga Series at Lambton Heritage Museum

This October, join Lambton Heritage Museum and Expedition Inner Wisdom Inc. for Gentle Yoga: Nibi Series, taking place at Lambton Heritage Museum.

The series of five one-hour yoga classes can be taken individually, or together as a five-part series. No experience is necessary. Mats are provided, and accommodations are available for those who prefer chair yoga.

The sessions will take place on October 22, October 29, November 5, November 12, and November 19. All sessions run from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. The cost is $15 per class or you can purchase a 5-class pass for $65. Payment is cash only and collected at the yoga room door inside the museum. Pre-registration is not required.

This yoga series is lovingly designed and delivered by Linda Weir, registered and certified yoga instructor with Expedition Inner Wisdom Inc. The series celebrates the efforts of Josephine Mandamin and other Mother Earth Water Walkers who walked around our Great Lakes to honour and protect water. Through the incorporation of water-themed poems, yoga poses, and practices, each yoga class acknowledges the importance of water within us and around us.

Lambton Heritage Museum is entrusted with the care of over 25,000 historic artifacts, photographs and documents which preserve the history of Lambton County. Situated on a 30 acre parcel across from Pinery Provincial Park, the museum maintains five historic buildings, two display buildings and one main exhibition centre, as well as visitor amenities including the 1 km Woodland Heritage Trail. Throughout its 40 year history, Lambton Heritage Museum has evolved from a collection of collections, to a key repository, safeguard and educator of Lambton’s material heritage.

For more information on Lambton Heritage Museum, visit or follow the museum on Facebook.

Please contact:

Dana Thorne
Curator/Supervisor, Lambton Heritage Museum
County of Lambton
519-243-2600 ext. 3151

Comments are closed.