11th Annual Summer Immersion Yoga Teacher Training-200 Hour Course

July 6-31, 2017

You can Now Register For This Training! The Fee for the course is $3100. We are running a Special through Midnight Monday June 26 Pacific Standard Time for only $999. Register Early and Save a Bundle.
Class meets:
Mondays 1:15pm-7:45pm
Tuesdays 1:15pm-10:00pm
Wednesdays 1:15pm-10:00pm
Thursdays 11:15am-7:45pm BUT STARTS AT 2PM ON FIRST DAY ONLY
Friday 11:15am-8:10pm
Saturday 10:45am-7:15pm

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NEW 2017 TUESDAY EVENING TEACHER TRAINING & IND-DEPTH STUDIES COURSE STARTS OCTOBER 3, 2017

200 Hour Program Approved by Yoga Alliance of 45 Tuesday Evenings. Starts October 3, 2017. Meets 6-10pm with a dinner break. with Richard Schachtel. This training is limited to only 25 students and we have students in our current courses attending from Bellevue, Sammamish, and eastern suburbs, Tacoma, Everett, Lynnwood, Whidbey and Vashon Islands, as well as Seattle.

NEW 2017 DAYTIME YOGA TEACHER TRAINING & IN-DEPTH STUDIES COURSE STARTS OCTOBER 5, 2017

200 Hour Program Approved by Yoga Alliance of 45 Thursday Daytime Sessions. Starts October 5, 2017. Meets 10:00am-2:00pm with a lunch break. with Richard Schachtel. This training is limited to only 25 students and we have students in our current courses attending our 1 year trainings from Bellevue, Sammamish, and eastern suburbs, Tacoma, Everett, Lynnwood, Whidbey and Vashon Islands, as well as Seattle.

Pose for sport: welcome to competitive yoga

Pose for sport: welcome to competitive yoga

Competition and yoga are two words you don’t see put together very often. It’s also quite difficult to imagine yoga as anything more than a class that you go to after work. However, it’s a thing, and the world of competitive yoga is making great leaps to establish itself as an Olympic sport.

Is it a bad idea to play music in a yoga class?

Is it a bad idea to play music in a yoga class?

Nowadays, we listen to music wherever we are. We listen to it while we’re in the train, while we’re in a restaurant, while we’re working out and even while we’re walking around town. But should we be playing it during our yoga sessions? Since yoga is a meditative practice that involves movement, it can seem ineffective to listen to any sort of music while doing some much needed self-reflection.