★★★★★ Avoid at all cost. I have warned you.
Absolutely worst customer service ever experienced in my life.
Condescending staff and no respect at all of the people.
In the real world, when you're not talking to your yoga mat, you are expected to demonstrate respect towards individuals you encounter, especially if they are customer. Therefore, your staff should be able to fake a smile or at least minimize their rudeness level. I know it might be especially hard since they are probably superhuman and have a purer soul than any other human being. I know that having a triangle/circle/square tattoo and being educated at one of the most prestigious institutions in the world (UQÀM, Bharadvaja Yoga Insitute, Trump Hotel Yoga School, etc.) makes it hard for you guys to even talk to individuals that dare not to travel weekly to Thailand, Bangladesh or some other Yogi temple.
While Moksha Yoga Laval brags about how much they are aligned with the seven philosophical pillars of yoga, it seems that they have been living in a bubble. Within that bubble, using keywords about soul, life, love, health is essential to transforming a simple workout into a transcending/awakening experience that will revolutionize the history of the City of Laval for the next generations. If you read between the lines, you'll find a 100% concentrated BS.
Respect is not about writing a 1000 words essay on your website about how much the seven pillars are aligned within your life. Unless you are a regular at the location, don't expect them their soul to bond with yours. If you are looking to waste money and be looked down on by some superior souls, this is the place to go.
The last word is in Thai.
The gurus from Moksha should be able to read it obviously.
In case they are tired, they can use Google Translate.