classes, workshops, & events

I currently teach weekly classes at Longevita Pilates & Yoga Studio in Auburn, WA and Rae’s Yoga & Cycle Studio in Lakewood, WA.

Drop in rates at Longevita starts at $20/class. Drop in rates at Rae’s start at $12/class.

Yin/Yang Yoga is a class that balances the body’s energy. This class can starts with an energizing and uplifting practice for around 30 minutes. It is then followed by deep, introspective, and quiet yoga that allows you to unwind and begin to prepare for a restful night’s sleep. This class is heated.

Yin/Yang | Rae’s Yoga & Cycle Studio

Sundays | 7-8:15 PM

This yin-style class uses simple, long-held, supported postures to deeply relax breath, mind and body, and release deeply held, habitual tension throughout the body. Instructors create sequences that incorporate self-massage techniques using props and your own body weight to further release tension held in the connective tissues. Class is intended to provide an opportunity for meditative introspection and to restore vital energy. This class will be held in the hot room with the temperature set to a cozy 80-85 degrees.

Warm restorative | longevita

wednesdays | 7:30-8:30 pm

Hatha is two words, Ha meaning sun and Tha meaning moon. This practice will balance your body through a sequence of asanas designed to align your skin, muscle and bone. Open the many channels of the body especially the spin so energy can flow freely. Hatha yoga is a path towards creating balance and uniting opposites. Learn to balance your effort and surrender in each pose. Bring attention to your breath, still the mind, and be more present with this powerful tool for self transformation. This class is heated.




2019 workshops & EVENTS

5-Week Yoga Essentials | starts jan 26, 4-5:30 PM | Rae’s yoga & cycle studio

The Yoga Essentials Series is a 5-week series to fill you in on the essentials of everything yoga.

You will walk away with knowledge of:
· Basic yoga poses and safe alignment
· Ways to make yoga work for you by using props and finding modifications
· Techniques (pranayama) on how to breathe in yoga class and in life
· Different styles of yoga commonly practiced today and those at the studio
· The deeper meaning behind yoga (including ethics and meditation)
· How to deeply rest and find the best savasana for you

The format of the class will include a physical practice, Q&A discussion, and worksheets for your own note-taking.

This workshop is best for beginners. Intermediate students who wish to revisit the essentials of yoga may also join.

Students must pre-register and buy a 5-class pack. In order for this series to run, there must be a minimum number of sign ups so please register soon.

For private sessions, go to my Book Me page and fill out the form.