Mt Baker Community Classes


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Aug. 14 – Oct.9 (no class on Labor Day or Oct. 2)

Oct. 16 – Nov. 20

Monday evenings, 6 – 7:15 pm

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In all my classes, we practice mindful movement, breath and meditation, while exploring the foundations of the practice in yoga philosophy.  I aim to make all the movements and practices accessible or adaptable for every body that arrives.  If you think you need extra thought from me about adaptations, please feel free to contact me before class.

Please note that I will be on a brief sabbatical in September and October.  Fortunately, a wonderful and experienced yoga instructor will be filling in for me so that Monday evening classes can continue seamlessly through the fall.  To learn about RW Alves, come to class, or read about her here.


Classes are held at the Mt. Baker Community Club, 2811 Mt Rainier Dr S, Seattle, WA 98144.

Most weeks we practice downstairs in the spacious, historic ballroom.  The third Monday of the month we have a more gentle and restorative practice in the cozier upstairs space.

Class Schedule and Prices

Although classes are loosely organized around six-week themes, drop-ins are always welcome!

Classes are every Monday night except holidays or otherwise announced cancellations, 6 – 7:15pm.

Drop-in suggested rate for all classes is $12-$15, sliding scale.  If you register for a series the rate is a discounted $60 for all six classes.

It is important to me that yoga instruction be accessible and affordable to everyone.  If the price is too high, you are welcome to pay whatever is possible and feels fair to you.  If you are able to pay the higher end of the scale, I appreciate your help in keeping my pricing flexible.

Preparing for Class

Come wearing comfortable clothes and bring your own mat if you have one.  There are always a couple available to borrow, too.  I also have blocks and blankets available to borrow, and of course you’re welcome to bring any props that will support your practice.  Temperature varies in the building, so layers are good.  And it’s best to avoid eating a heavy meal before practicing yoga.