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We are a locally owned, family run yoga and pilates studio.  Join our wonderful community of yogis seeking a balanced and healthy life.   At our studio, you will find a welcoming environment of teachers and students of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities. Our hope is to create a studio where everyone is included, where members feel at home and where we can share the practice of yoga  and pilates together.  Our yoga classes are for beginners, for intermediate, for advanced, for you!  It doesn’t matter your fitness level, interest or health goals, we have something that will meet your needs.  We offer traditional hot Bikram, fun and intense PyroPilates, dynamic Vinyasa, unique Fusion, and relaxing Yin classes.


About The Owners:

Candice Lim Hing

Candice opened the Yoga 360 studios because she is passionate about sharing her love of yoga with others. She wanted to create a yoga community that is healthy, positive, and supportive. Candice believes that yoga is for everybody regardless of age, fitness levels, interests, experiences, body types or goals. She enjoys getting to know everyone and strives to make everyone feel welcome and at home at the studio.

After opening and running multiple studios (Langley, Maple Ridge, Surrey) since 2007, Candice is happy to find balance back in her personal life and to focus her energy on just the Surrey location now. She loves seeing students improve their bodies, strengthen their minds and realize their own potential. Our community of yogis keeps her inspired daily.

She enjoys travelling the world, hiking, and eating yummy food outside of yoga.

Candice’s classes are challenging, energetic, and rejuvenating. She encourages students to do their best with proper alignment, technique and discipline while adding some humour to keep her classes fun and light-hearted. She will help you work to your full potential so that you reap the benefits afterwards.

Mary Lim Hing

Mary was born in Hong Kong then raised in Manila, Philippines. In 1989, Mary and her husband decided to immigrate to Canada to give their four young children a better opportunity. Once in Canada, Mary was a homemaker and spent her free time cooking which quickly became a passion of hers. After developing carpal tunnel syndrome as well as high blood pressure and lots of persuasion from her eldest daughter Candice, Mary started practicing Bikram yoga to improve her health. That first yoga class changed everything for Mary. She found herself attending more and more classes with her health improving after each one. To her own surprise, Mary completed a 30-day challenge. After seeing how Bikram yoga changed everything for her, Mary went to teacher training so she could share the many benefits with others.

When Mary isn’t at the studio, she is probably in the kitchen cooking up something delicious. She loves to spend her free time working on all sorts of different cuisines.

Mary is always exuding a positive and nurturing energy in class. She keeps a strong dialogue and hopes to encourage everyone to try his or her best in class. Mary advises everyone to always keep on breathing and working hard.




Our traditional 90 minute hot yoga class is comprised of 26 poses and 2 breathing exercises. Every pose is done twice. It is a sequence developed by Bikram Choudhury using 26 out of the 84 poses from the Ghosh lineage. This is a beginner class and gives students a strong foundation, helping them to achieve maximum therapeutic benefits in their practice. It works every part of the body, inside and out, maintaining optimum health and function.
All levels. Temperature: Hot. 

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Our Express class is based off the traditional Bikram 26&2 practice. Some poses are done once, some twice, and some flowed together in a series. This is a quick-paced beginner class targeting the spine, done with seamless transitions to maintain optimum function in the body.
All levels.  Temperature: Hot.

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Our Fusion class is a specialty series designed and offered exclusively at Yoga 360. This series is a sampler class that features aspects from all the classes offered at the studio (Bikram, PyroPilates, Vinyasa, and Yin) giving you the full 360 body workout in in a playful and open setting. Personal progressions and modifications are given at every stage of one’s practice. Exercises include: Sun Salutations, Standing Poses, Arm Balancing, Core Strengthing, Backbends, Hip Openers.
All levels.  Temperature: Warm.

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Fusion +

This class is developed by well-known yoga teacher Tony Sanchez and builds on the Bikram Beginner 26&2 Series and adds poses from Bishnu Ghosh’s Classic 84 Series. Learn 20+ new poses and explore: warm-up sequences, arm balances, hip openers, and inversions and in a playful and open setting. Personal progressions and modifications are given at every stage of one’s practice.
Level: All levels.  Temperature: Warm

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Our PyroPilates class is a low impact High Intensity interval Training (HIIT) system that combines pilates, heat, and core strengthening for an intense and fun cardiovascular conditioning workout. You will quickly build core and muscular strength, stamina, and endurance. The class includes exercises that target the major muscle groups in the body: arms, legs, core, glutes, and cardio set to energetic music.
All levels. Temperature: Hot.

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Our Vinyasa class maintains awareness and focus on the breath while moving through a series of poses. The sequencing of poses may change from class to class but are always tied together with the audible breath and familiarity of a Vinyasa cycle (chaturanga, up dog and down dog) to reset between poses. The class includes sun salutations, standing poses, seated poses, backbends, and some inversions.  This style of yoga builds heat, flexibility, and strength, while maintaining focus on good alignment and sound structure.
All levels. Temperature: Warm.

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Our Yin Yoga class is a slow pace with poses or asanas held for longer periods of time (3-10 minutes) on the floor. Yin yoga poses are mostly practiced on the floor using seated or reclining poses with little to no muscle activation to apply moderate stress targeting the connective tissues —the tendons, fascia, and ligaments. Yin works to target meridian channels increase circulation of energy in the body and promote flexibility.  This class is a perfect complement for your regular yang practice.
All levels.  Temperature: Room.

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