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WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT?

Strength and confidence in your movements come from a very solid foundation that we will build with you From the start in our Adaptive Style Studio.


EARN A GRATITUDE MALA FOR YOUR DEDICATED YOGA PRACTICE WITH US

EARN 108 beads WITH US  TO KEEP AND USE FOR YOUR MEDITATION, MINDFULNESS,

AND PEACE OF MIND PRACTICE OFF THE MAT. SHARE THE YOGA LOVE. namaste

 

STEP 1: GET YOUR NAME ON A JAR

STEP #2 COLLECT 108 BEADS AT STUDIO

YOU CHOOSE FINAL STEP:

ATTEND A MALA STRINGING SESSION OR DIY AT HOME

 SANDALWOOD, ROSEWOOD, LAVASTONE, GEMSTONES AND GURU BEADS TO CHOOSE FROM

 

The WAYS 2 EARN 108 beads are totally up to you: 

 

ONE BEAD FOR EACH CLASS ATTENDANCE  

ONE BEAD FOR ”CHECKING IN” TO OM YOGA’S FACEBOOK PAGE

3 BEADS FOR BRINGING A BUDDY TO CLASS

3 BEADS IF YOUR BUDDY CHOOSES TO SIGN UP FOR ANY OF OUR PASSES

3 BEADS FOR EACH REVIEW- GOOGLE, FACEBOOK, YELP, ETC.

3 BEADS FOR ATTENDING A WORKSHOP

3 BEADS FOR 30 MINUTES OF KARMA YOGA, CLEANING, ETC

 

THIS MALA IS A GIFT FOR YOUR DEDICATED PRACTICE WITH US AND SHARING WHY YOU LOVE YOGA.

LET US KNOW IF YOU WILL BE GONE MORE THAN 30 DAYS TO KEEP YOUR MALA JAR GOING!

 

 
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NIKKI WATTS

Over the last 15 years, my physical Yoga practice has met my changing needs in almost every way I can think of. It has been my best medicine for healing injuries, pregnancy, and working through many other discomforts in life. 8 years ago I attended my first 200hr training in Mexico (Yandara Yoga Institute, Feb 2010) and my life has not been the same. It is such an honor to share what I have learned with others every day in this beautiful studio!! The connections we can make with our breath and a consistent physical yoga practice nurtures a deeper connection to ourselves and the ones we love. Yoga is not about being able to do each pose perfectly. It is about showing up, trusting your process, and learning how to create space for more LOVE. 

owner,MANAGER, INSTRUCTOR


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Sierra Rediger

My original introduction to yoga was in 2000 when I studied Egyptian style belly dancing. With time, I came to realize dancing was fun, but yoga fed my soul. Since 2006 I have practiced yoga exclusively, and became a registered yoga teacher at the 200 hour level in November of 2014. I feel yoga teacher training is an excellent compliment to my career as a nurse, previously having worked in ICU and now in the recovery room of an ambulatory surgery center. I'm married with two little boys, and we live in the Lake Stevens area. My approach to teaching yoga focuses primarily on developing a practice that is safe for my student's unique bodies. In class we focus on developing and maintaining excellent posture while cultivating steady breath and observing the internal experience. We move slowly and carefully in my classes, building strength and endurance. Yoga is about cultivating peace of mind and focus in the midst of work or stress. We work our bodies so we can rest more deeply. Please join me on this journey! 

SENIOR TEACHER, YOGA THERAPIST IN TRAINING


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Marie Scicchitano

What started as an exploratory class in college quickly blossomed into a daily practice.   Yoga has made me stronger physically, emotionally, and spiritually.  It has prepared my body and seen me safely through five pregnancies.  Yoga has revitalized my body during times of debilitating suffering due to chronic illness. It has lifted my spirits and reminded me to breathe when nothing else could.  My passion for yoga led me to become certified at the 200 level through yogaspirit® Studios.  What I love most about yoga is that it is a never-ending journey, with continual opportunities to delve deeper into the practice.  I plan on continuing my studies to become a Yoga Therapist.  I live in Lake Stevens with my husband, 5 children, numerous pets and love enjoying all the outdoor activities the PNW has to offer.

YOGA INSTRUCTOR, REIKI + SOUND HEALING SESSIONS


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Kimber Baird

My name is Kimber I enjoy yoga very much so I traveled to India to study yoga and its roots. My school is an international yoga school RYS Rishikesh Yog Peeth. I have my 200 hour certification and am registered with yoga alliance. I enjoy being creative and fun in my classes and surprisingly I love a more fitness based class so you will get a workout when attending my class but end with a great savasana and relaxation as well. Namaste

 


 


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Laurie Dunston

I started attending regular yoga classes when my youngest daughter started kindergarten.  Over time I wanted to know more, to go deeper into my own practice of yoga.  In time I found the program for me and participate in a 200 hour Viniyoga teacher training in 2016.   I soon realized that teacher training was deepening my practice while at the same time creating space for me to share this beautiful practice with others. I feel that connecting breath and movement through yoga creates space to step away from the outside stimulation of our daily lives and go within ourselves to deeply connect.  At the same time the postures can be adapted for the benefit of our unique bodies so that we receive the greatest benefit of this deeply personal practice; honoring ourselves right where we are at.


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Amy King

Amy’s journey with yoga started when she injured her low back while performing rigorous cardio exercises. She found healing through yoga not only in her physical body, but also in her emotional body by combining movement with breath, naturally expanding awareness.She received certification at the 200-hour  at  The Center for Yoga of Seattle. After completing that training, she decided to continue her studies and also received another 200-hour certification through Yogaspirit Studios.  Amy has an interest in the holistic approach to healthcare, and plans to continue her studies in Ayurveda medicine and  Yoga Therapy. She is passionate about helping others and provides a nurturing, loving, and non-judgmental style of teaching. She finds that bringing yoga into her daily life creates more space for her to open up to all things around her. She loves spending time in nature, dancing, music, and traveling.


FAQS

Im new to yoga. What class should I take?

Take a look at our list of the different styles of yoga we offer and see what looks appealing to you. Beginners are welcome to all classes. Please let the instructor know you are new and they will help you with variations to suit your needs. 

What should I bring?

A mat if you have one or show up and use ours. Water is always a good idea, but we have you covered there too. Some students bring a towel for the more energetic classes. An attitude of gratitude and a willingness to honor your body and trust yourself! Go with your own flow!

How Many Times Per Week Should I Practice?

Yoga is amazing. Even if you only practice for one hour a week, you will experience the benefits of the practice. If you can do more than that, you will certainly experience more benefits.

Is this "HOT" yoga?

No. The studio is warm and you will generate some heat in most classes, but this is definitely not considered "HOT" yoga.

I’m Not Flexible—Can I Do Yoga?

Yes! You are a perfect candidate for yoga. Many people think that they need to be flexible to begin yoga, but that’s a little bit like thinking that you need to be able to play tennis in order to take tennis lessons. Come as you are and you will find that yoga practice will help you become more flexible.

What should I wear?

Comfortable, fitted clothing... and layers are nice too!


Ways to Get Started!

As you browse the ONLINE SCHEDULE check out the color code!

Green is geared towards beginners. Yellow is a good pace  generally for All Levels, and Red is geared towards building heat, however we are not a hot yoga studio.

Be sure to try a few different styles and instructors:)

Variations, modifications, and assists will be offered to enhance your experience so

please come at a time that works for you if nothing else!