Angel’s classes are rooted in her experience with meditation and yoga as tools to work through depression and anxiety, while also discovering inner strength and discipline along the way.
The grounding pace of her classes encourages and challenges beginners and experienced students alike. She believes there are as many ways to study and understand yoga as there are people in the world.
Kari's classes are diverse in perspective as she believes that at any given moment in your life you may need a very different kind of yoga. From strong and balanced, to slow and restorative, to family friendly she strives to create offerings that can fit many different facets of many diverse lives. One thing that unites all these classes is a true passion to create a bridge with each student where the destination is a more balanced mind, body, spirit.
J. C. incorporates ancient Indian philosophy into a vigorous, intro-level vinyasa class, with an emphasis on arm balances and inversions--your heart will get above your head! His background as an attorney makes his classes structured and balanced. And it’s been said that he features some of the best music…
As a yoga teacher, my goal is to guide my students to a place where they can find peace and agency within their own bodies. We have all of the tools- it’s just about knowing how to utilize them. I am committed to furthering my education constantly, with a focus on inclusivity, social justice, and healing trauma. Fascinated by somatic patterns, I continue to study the ways our bodies hold onto our pasts, and how we can relieve unnecessary suffering through our movements and lifestyles.
Blend of Yoga, Pilates, and strength-training, customized to your unique needs. Improve your form and discover which asanas your body needs most, under the guidance of a certified personal trainer, Yoga teacher, Pilates instructor, and corrective exercise specialist. Appropriate for all levels. Pairs and private groups welcome.
Piper has been studying yoga for the past ten years and teaching for about a year. Being fresh to teaching she approaches it with a learning mind, an open heart, and a sustaining zeal for growth.
Her class style is soulful and rhythmic with an attention to authentic, heartfelt expression. As a teacher she aims to guide students to a place of deeper embodiment and to create space for all to live with more courage, strength and compassion. She believes that movement is joyful medicine, and that taking root in the center or our experiences is radical.
Bailey teaches a flowing and rhythmic vinyasa practice inspired by finding connection, reveling in experience, and expanding beyond known boundaries. Bailey's classes incorporate embodied yoga philosophies, intelligent sequencing, and Spirit Flow from her 200 Hour RYT Certification through The Craft of Teaching Yoga.
Thirteen years of Vinyasa and Hatha yoga practice form the basis of Bailey's experience; her teaching style incorporates breath-by-breath movement, meditation and invigorating asana. Bailey hopes that students find peace, joy and introspection through her classes and that the magic of yoga can touch each of her students.
Leah Adams is a mindful Yin Yoga instructor and Ayurvedic wellness counselor who also incorporates meditation, neuroscience and Chinese Medicine Theory into her practice, helping others reset and find balance. A cancer survivor with a former career in advertising and fashion, she believes wholeheartedly that opportunities to practice yoga are everywhere, not only on the yoga mat. She is ever grateful to her Yin Yoga teachers Bernie Clark and Sarah Powers. Leah is a lifelong student who now lives and teaches in the Seattle area.
Jennifer LeValley (she/her) is an Ayurvedic Practitioner and yoga enthusiast. She earned her M.S. in Ayurvedic Sciences from Bastyr University, but will be a forever student of the vast and rich wisdom found in this ancient healing science.
Jennifer teaches classes in Ayurvedic nutrition and lifestyle and also sees clients for one on one counseling through diverse health challenges. Whatever the setting, she imparts knowledge and practical guidance to empower each person to make daily choices to support their health, ultimately helping them become their own medicine.
Shuja recently has invented his own style and lineage of yoga after having completed teacher training at Shakti Vinyasa, a Master Certification through International Sports Science Association and Trauma Informed Teaching through Yoga Behind Bars, where he is an active volunteer.
Shuja has a natural gift for igniting the fire in each of his students — supporting them in finding the connection between their Mind, Body and Spirit; meeting them where they’re at; and challenging them to breathe through their individual edges — which allows them to grow beyond the limitations of their mind.
Maggie's feel good classes incorporate exploratory and anatomy focused asana, pranayama, & chanting; they encourage play, physically and cognitively challenging movement, and mindful meditation.
Maggie brings a background of therapeutic movement and holistic training as an occupational therapist, as well as organic, self-taught expression through movement practices such as free flow dance. When she’s not teaching, you can find her cooking up some vegetarian meals and hiking with her partner & German Shepherd, Max, in Seattle, WA
Lara was introduced to yoga in 2002 by a newly certified friend who needed practice students. Over the next several years she ventured in and out of the practice as well as different styles until she found her "home" in Vinyasa and Ashtanga traditions. In 2012 she completed her 200 Hour with Be Luminous with a primary focus in Power Vinyasa, Vinyasa, and Slow Flow.
Lara has spent the last 3 years studying with her teacher Tiffany Cruickshank and Yoga Medicine, a school that is an adjunct to eastern and western medicine with a yogic component.
In August, 2018 Lara completed her 500 hour advanced studies having added yin, restorative, myofascial release, therapeutics, internal medicine, Traditional Chinese Medicine, orthopedics, and cadaver dissection studies to her training experiences. Lara is also registered as a Therapeutic Specialist and has continued with her 1000 hour studies through Yoga Medicine.