Parking space is very limited on The Lantern parking lot itself.
Parking can be especially challenging in winter from December to March and also depending on other sessions on at the same time.
NOTE: The Lantern now has full wheelchair ramp access via the far right of the two front entrances on Barnes Road as well as a reserved parking space near the main door.The ramp runs the full length of the building from the parking lot. (A new updated photo in the making.)
My classes are generally upstairs. However, when offering special sessions, there are rooms that can be available on the main floor.
Other Parking Options
The regular Tuesday Yoga group finishes at 7:00pm, and we start at 7:00pm … you might avail of that even if it means allowing yourself to arrive a few minutes delayed for class. That would be fine with me! Just slip in.
Some on-street parking is permitted on The Lantern side of Barnes Road directly in front of the building itself except December to March.
Ample overflow parking is available in The Roman Catholic Basilica parking lot on Military Road. If you park at the top of the lot, then to the right as you face The Basilica from Military Road you will find a short 30-second laneway in the top far right corner that will take you directly to The Lantern parking lot. There is a large green sign on the far right hand corner of Presentation Convent there pointing to The Lantern walkway.The parking generally available in the Basilica yard may be more of a challenge anytime there is an evening Mass or other happening at The Bas
There is parking available on Mullock Street near St. Bon’s just around the corner from The Lantern. On the side nearer The Lantern, I do believe there is free parking all day but may be busy because of school hours. Evenings both sides of Mullock Street are available for parking.