New business to Lindsay offers virtual learning opportunities for all ages

By Lindsay Advocate

Media Studio 15

In a time where social distancing makes many extra curricular activities challenging, a new virtual studio has opened in Lindsay.

Media Studio 15, owned and operated by Lindsay entrepreneur Aaron Young, is a creative way for social distance learning.

The studio is now open and offering virtual learning opportunities for people of all ages.

Instructors offer pre-recorded virtual classes in over 40 general interest and educational categories including music lessons (guitar, harmonica, ukulele, bass, drums), dance (ballet, jazz, hip hop, fitness ballet), visual arts (painting, sculpting, sketching), school tutoring (math, spelling) and more.

Each class is offered for $10/month and offers unlimited access for the month.

Instructors will provide hours of new virtual content each month.

Media Studio 15 is currently looking to add to their line up of instructors. Interested parties should contact Aaron Young at 705-878-3200.

“Teachable content is only limited by your imagination,” says Aaron. If you have an idea for a class, you can submit it here.

Media Studio 15 can also be rented as a production studio to make your own video or a music studio to produce your new track.

For more information visit or visit their profiles on Facebook and Instagram.

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