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Studio 2 Wellness is located at 78 Main Street South in the heart of downtown Georgetown.
We are in the upper level of the Old Bank Building at the corner of Main and Mill Street. The entrance to the studio is off Mill Street.
Our Mission is to create a dynamic community where people can come together to make new friends and to find sanctuary from the frenzied reality of life. We do this by creating a safe, intimate and comfortable environment where our members can focus on developing greater self-awareness and on empowering individuals to embrace elements such as peace, calm, happiness and strength. We encourage our members to have a well-rounded yoga practice by offering a variety of different all level class types that range from strengthening to relaxing classes. Regardless of your ability or age, Studio 2 Wellness strives to create a compassionate space where all will feel accepted and where all can develop their own approach to achieving everyday wellness.
This is further complemented by our multidisciplinary approach to wellness. Our philosophy and approach to wellness begins with the ideology that wellness isn’t something someone simply does, rather the desire to be well, must derive from the core of your being and ultimately be a fundamental part of who you are. To this end, we offer physiotherapy, massage therapy, Reiki and personal training services to augment the yoga and fitness classes while helping the body prepare for the process of transformation which will take place. We believe that taking care of the vessel of the body is instrumental in achieving wellness and balance.
The Studio has a warm and friendly atmosphere that is instantly felt the moment you walk through the Studio door.
This building operates on the site of the former Bennet House Hotel (1863). The present building was erected in 1918 by The Merchant's Bank of Canada (Bank of Montreal). The bank occupied the building until 1943 when it was forced to close due to war regulations. The property was then used by Town Council until it was purchased by the Royal Bank in 1947. RBC used the site until 1973 when it moved across the street. Past owners include J. Pratt, T. Bennett and J. Coffen.