October 14


07:00 pm - 09:00 pm

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Website: Organizer's Website

iGita Hot Yoga Studios

467 Speers Road #Second Floor, Oakville, ON L6K 3S4

Oakville, ON, CA, L6K 3S4

Join us as we dive into the dance of the dervish!

Be led through the teachings, meditations and movements that culminate in whirling.

We will learn to see dance as a devotional art form, a mystical philosophy and most importantly as a way of healing and cleansing our higher selves.

Based on the life and poetry of Rumi, this workshop will teach us how to come into harmony with ourselves as well as the universe.

Please come with an open heart, white comfortable clothes, a willingness to move and a pair of cotton socks.


Fee: $40 per person

Limited spots.

Spouses are welcome to join.

Registration on Eventbrite does not guarantee your spot.

Your registration will be confirmed following your payment by E-transfer to Hu.Sain.Ayeda@gmail.com

Please bring your own bottle of water.

Nuts and dates will be served (any allergies, let us know).

No other food is allowed in the studio.

The session will begin as close to 7pm as possible, please be at the studio 5-10 minutes earlier (not sooner).

Look for iGita sign on the second floor of the building.

Free parking.

Meet the Facilitator


Ayeda Husain is a senior teacher and guide in the Inayatiyya, a global organization dedicated to Universal Sufism as taught by Hazrat Inayat Khan, the mystic and musician from Baroda who brought Sufism to the West in the early 1900’s.

A long-time journalist specializing in Sufism with a double masters in Journalism and Near Eastern Studies from NYU, she now teaches Sufi meditation, chanting and philosophy with a special emphasis on Rumi’s poetry as a means of healing and evolving. She has run Sufi centers in her hometown of Lahore, Pakistan, in Dubai, where she once lived, and in Oakville, Ontario where she now lives and works. She has led spiritual retreats worldwide, taught Sufi meditation to Buddhist monks in Tokyo, and been invited to the UN as part of an international delegation of spiritual leaders.