Gooooood Morning FB.
It’s Friday so that means our #getoutside2019 blog series is back. Brought to you by ManCamping.ca, Revelry Outdoor Equipment Co. and of course the dashing gentlemen of Paddle In.
Today is a little different every few weeks we’re going to highlight local groups that make it their purpose to get outside. So on that note I’d like to introduce you to a group from my hometown Stride & Stretch
“Stride and stretch is a hiking group with a yoga problem.
Stride and Stretch was founded in 2014 to inspire people to get outdoors, connect with nature and practice yoga. Our events are a form of holistic multitasking, that allows you to savour nature as you deepen your life-force or vitality known as “Prana” from the earth, trees, and the sun. Nature does most of the work, but with a little help from our instructors, Stride and Stretch has become a phenomenon in the Guelph, Ontario area enabling people to connect with a community of like-minded people. Since 2015, Stride and Stretch has hosted more than 500 events across the province.
Stride and Stretch continues to grow in popularity and welcomes outdoor enthusiasts of all levels to enjoy a heightened yoga experience while surrounded by some of the world’s most beautiful natural scenery.
The unique and unforgettable experiences are perfect for all skill and experience levels.”
I also asked them a few questions to get a little more information.
Where are you guys based?
“Based in Guelph, but we hike all around the Bruce Trail – Niagara to Tobermory. Some events like Backcountry Canoe & YogaHikes in Algonquin, and Grey County. Cycling in Pelee & Niagara.”
Who can join ?
“Anyone is welcome to join. Suitable events for all fitness leveles.”
Do you have any events coming up?
“Upcoming events: Mono Cliffs YogaHike on Sunday. Mount Nemo on Mar. 16, Nottawasaga Bluffs – Mar. 23. Not to mention our Pi(e) Day Potluck Social on Mar. 14. and we have a Winter Women’s Retreat on Mar. 8 – 10 in Beaver Valley. 🙂”
So if you’re interested in getting your yoga on and doing some hiking make sure to head on over to
Thanks for following along folks. If you have an organization that you’d like to see featured on our weekly profile feel free to drop us a line.