Visited Yama Yoga in early June while in Whistler for the Northface half. I do yoga at home (Youtube vids mostly) and also attend classes at my local studio from time to time. But my class at Yama gave me some good insight on poses that I've been struggling with or poses that were working as just "shapes" for me rather than progressive poses. Colleen offered me tips from a perspective that my other instructors have not. Not that my other instructors have been lax. It is a matter of style I think when comparing teachers that are capable and knowledgeable, which Colleen is. There is a lot to be said about in-person instruction. Long story, I enjoyed the class very much. She pushed me in poses that I was too conservative in (while respecting my limitations) and corrected others that were simply not doing what they were meant to do. I took a lot from the one hour session and my practice has honestly improved from her brief guidance. I'd recommend the studio if you are looking for a session or two while in Whistler.