This is the June 2016 edition of the Seattle Yoga Studios News & Updates, which will provide you with the latest news yoga studio news in the Greater Seattle area on a quarterly basis. Our last update was in March 2016.

Shefayoga in Roosevelt celebrated their 3 year anniversary in April 2016.

Hauteyoga in Queen Anne celebrated their 6 year anniversary in June 2016.

Barre Bohemian opened a new location in the Phinney Ridge neighborhood in Seattle while their West Seattle location celebrated their 1 year anniversary.

Yoga Culture celebrates their grand opening in a new space in Enumclaw, WA on April 30th, 2016.

The Grinning Yogi celebrated their 4 year anniversary in May 2016.

Modo Yoga Seattle celebrated their 2 year anniversary with a special community event. MYS offered free classes, community activities and even acro yoga over a long celebratory weekend event.

In May 2016, the Ananda Institute celebrated the grand reopening of the Ananda Yoga Hall in Bothell, WA.

Howard Lamb is the new co-owner of Yoga for Life in Shoreline, WA.

The Studio in Issaquah now offers slow flow vinyasa and yin yoga classes.

InnerFit NW wellness center in Bellevue is now offering two types of regular yoga classes: yin and vinyasa yoga.

Apex Aerial Arts opened its doors in Capitol Hill. The studio offers a variety of aerial yoga classes.

All Beings Yoga in Magnolia celebrates their 1st year anniversary.

Tuladhara Yoga opened their doors in Lakewood, WA. The name Tuladhara comes from the ancient Sanskrit word Tula meaning balance. Tuladhara is heated gently between 80-85 degrees making it comfortable for all ages and fitness levels to practice. They also offer classes from beginner to advanced and from vigorous to gentle.

Ritual House celebrated their 1 year anniversary. They celebrated online and in studio through various giveaways and special events.

Eka Yoga opens in Queen Anne, WA. Eka, meaning one, is a yoga center that facilitates its class around the Doshas of Ayurveda. Eka Yoga has a vision to honor and serve the uniqueness of every mind, body, and spirit and a mission to significantly improve the health and well-being of those individuals through Yoga and Ayurveda.

The Seattle Mariners holds their inaugural YOGA DAY event on June 26th, 2016. Over 350 yogis attended and practiced a physical and meditative yoga session on the field. Partners included Seattle Yoga News, Yoga Panda, Pro Positive Yoga, Yoga Alliance, Alive & Shine Center and Tina Templeman.

Kevin Ng + David Wilson bring you YOGACRUISE 2016 on Saturday July 9th, 2016. Join Kevin and David for a evening cruise to benefit the Seattle Children’s Hospital.

Street Yoga‘s has hired a new Executive Director, Richelle Harrell. Street Yoga combines two of Richelle’s passions: youth and yoga. She is avid about empowering our youth to succeed in their lives.

Are you aware of an important change at a yoga studio in the greater Seattle area? Make sure to let us know so we can include it in our next update.

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Alex Tran

Alex has been practicing yoga since 2012. She realized the physical and mental benefits of yoga quickly and fell in love with the practice on and off the mat. She received her RYT 200 from Be Luminous Yoga, a Baptiste Inspired studio, in 2015 and began teaching yoga to foster youth and at Seattle Gym. Alex teaches a blend of styles from power vinyasa, vinyasa flow, hatha and gentle yoga. She is receptive to what her students need and tailors the class to meet their expectations and goals. Alex invites her students to explore their bodies with ahimsa (compassion) and svadhyaya (curiosity). Alex is also the Content and Community Engagement Manager for Seattle Yoga News. When Alex isn't focused on her practice and yoga education, she is spending time with her chihuahua x miniature pinscher named Bebot and traveling the world.

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