Supporting the Community

to Do the Werk Within

A Holistic Wellness and Local Coworking Community

Werklab is dedicated to creating spaces and resources to help the local business community connect deeper to themselves and in turn, help lift the people around them. Werklab is for working professionals who like to dive deep. We connect the curious and the doers to create a new future together.

In The Media

"The shared workspace focuses on offering freelance and self-employed people a place to get work done, sure, but to also keep burnout at bay."

How It Began

With six years of Human Resources experience under her belt and an uncanny ability to forge connections, Christina Disler is the definition of a people person. This love of people and a value for entrepreneurship is what drove Christina to open Werklab in 2016. Since launching Werklab, Christina has ridden the highs and lows of being a business owner.

 

Some notable highs include being selected as a 2018 30 Under 30 entrepreneur by BC Business and becoming an ambassador for Cadillac Canada and lululemon. In the fall of 2019, Christina was awarded the Canadian Federal government's Women's Entrepreneurship Fund.

 

Werklab was created with the intention of supporting humans in taking care of themselves. Through this individualistic approach the support will impact their businesses and professional pursuits. Christina is passionate about providing space for othersto grow mentally, physically and professionally. She whole heartedly believes that when we go inward, and do the work within, we end up doing the right work that we're meant to be doing, and creating the work that the world needs us to be doing.

Let's Get To Werk

Find a membership that works best for you and supports your best werk.

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Vancouver, B.C. V6A 2E4

WERKLAB IS SITUATED ON THE UNCEDED TERRITORY OF COAST SALISH PEOPLES, INCLUDING THE TERRITORIES OF THE XʷMƏΘKWƏY̓ƏM (MUSQUEAM), SKWXWÚ7MESH (SQUAMISH), AND SƏL̓ÍLWƏTAʔ/SELILWITULH (TSLEIL-WAUTUTH) NATIONS.