CSIO Announces Partnership with Modo Yoga Milton

Tuesday, October 1, 2019
CSIO and Modo Yoga Milton

For Immediate Release

TORONTO (October 1, 2019) – Canadian Sport Institute Ontario (CSIO) is proud to announce its partnership with Modo Yoga Milton.

The partnership will provide CSIO-registered athletes with an opportunity to access the studio and cultivate their yoga practice at a special rate.

With CSIO’s satellite office located at the Mattamy National Cycling Centre in Milton, CSIO hopes many of its athletes will take advantage of this opportunity.

Modo Yoga studios are a community of 70 studios worldwide, made up of inspired students joined together by the love of yoga. Modo Yoga Milton offers a variety of classes throughout the week for all bodies and all abilities.

Athletes interested in learning more about accessing the studio at a discounted rate should connect with Danielle Gelineau, Manager, Athlete Services at athleteservices@csiontario.ca.  

QUOTES:

CSIO is excited to partner with Modo Yoga Milton to offer our affiliated athletes discounted access to yoga services. With this partnership we aim to support athletes in achieving their optimal physical performance beyond their sport-specific training. Having our satellite office in Milton and an established base of CSIO affiliated athletes in that area, adding Modo Yoga Milton as a Community Partner was a natural fit.”

Danielle Gelineau, Manager, Athlete Services, CSIO

“We are thrilled to begin this partnership with Canadian Sport Institute Ontario. We are excited to welcome the athletes into our space and provide them with a peaceful environment to share in their yoga practice. Offering a variety of classes, we have an option for all levels of practice to cultivate inspiration in everyone.”

Tracey Dos Anjos, Owner, Modo Yoga Milton

 

About Canadian Sport Institute Ontario
Canadian Sport Institute Ontario (CSIO) is a non-profit organization committed to the pursuit of excellence by providing world-class programs, services, and leadership to high performance athletes, coaches, and National and Provincial Sport Organizations to enhance their ability to achieve international podium performances. Our team of expert practitioners deliver sport science, sport medicine, life services, and coaching and technical leadership support to help Canada win medals and strengthen the sport system in Ontario and Canada. CSIO is part of the Canadian Olympic and Paralympic Sport Institute Network, working in partnership with the Canadian Olympic Committee and Canadian Paralympic Committee. CSIO is further supported by funding partners such as the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport, Sport Canada, Own the Podium, and the Coaching Association of Canada. www.csiontario.ca

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Media Contacts:
Laura Albright, Manager, Communications & Events
Canadian Sport Institute Ontario
Tel: 416.596.1240 ex 238
Email: lalbright@csiontario.ca

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