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Yoga Gives to St. Jude presented by Lululemon

Jul 28, 2019 @ 7:30 am - 4:30 pm

| $90 – $185

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Dedicate Your Practice. Bring your mat and join us for an all day, multi-session, mini yoga festival experience benefiting the lifesaving mission of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital®.

When you dedicate your practice to the kids of St. Jude, you’re making a difference by furthering our mission: Finding cures. Saving children.® Treatments developed at St. Jude have already helped push the overall childhood cancer survival rate from 20 percent to more than 80 percent since it opened more than 50 years ago.

Date & Time: July 28th, 7:30AM to 4:30PM

Cost: $90 – $185

Venue: University of Washington Botanic Gardens, 3501 NE 41st Street, Seattle, WA 98105.

 

About the instructors:

Chelsea Seaman

 

Chelsea Seaman

Chelsea is the author of Rising Up Stronger and a world-traveling yoga instructor. As a mom of three, Chelsea fell in love with the quiet stillness that yoga offers and started sharing it with the world in 2015. Her passion for international travel ignited in 2018 in exotic new countries and so began the marriage of the two.

 

 

 

Robin Martin


Robin Martin

Robin’s yoga journey began in May of 2000, when she took her first yoga class. A friend had been urging her to try yoga for years, but she resisted because of her active lifestyle and skepticism of the benefits of yoga versus her gym routine. That first class changed her perception of yoga, and she found herself seeking more. Robin found incorporating breath with body movement allowed her to let go of the stresses of daily life. She learned how to apply the simple beauty she found on the mat to her life off of the mat.

 

 

Morgan Zion

Morgan is a Seattle-based yoga instructor and the owner of Morgan Zion Yoga & Fitness and Morgan Zion Corporate Wellness. Morgan coaches and builds programs for private clients, facilitates corporate wellness events and leads workshops in Seattle and around the world. Morgan teaches a myriad of styles to a wide range of yogis, beginner to advanced. She is most passionate about building a community of strong, supportive yogis by leading with a focus on strength, mobility and providing an encouraging environment for yogis to break past their boundaries, empowering them to live their best lives.

Exercise and athletic movements have always been part of Morgan’s life. As a D1 collegiate soccer and track athlete, she always trained hard, which meant her body took on a lot of injuries. In an effort to get out of the training room and back onto the field, she found yoga. For Morgan, yoga encompassed the perfect blend of strength, recovery, flexibility and rest that she needed to heal and build confidence.

She pursued her RYT 200 and a myriad of other teacher training programs, infusing her education into her own style of athletic, fun and challenging yoga. She continues to teach and build her passion for yoga with every hour taught and every student she meets.

CJ Yeagley

CJ Yeagley

I started practicing yoga to increase flexibility. After playing football in college, I noticed my body had taken an incredible beating. Yoga not only solved mobility issues, but created a new sense of calmness and peace in my heart, mind and soul. I received my RYT 200 in 2014 and continue to take workshops and trainings when I can.

Spending time with my friends and mentors Patrick Beach and Carling Harps has influenced my unique teaching style. My vinyasa classes emphasize increasing mobility, building core strength, encouraging fun and learning to move your body in space. I love creating clean lines of energy with a mix of creativity — establishing a breath-focused practice. Good vibes and good music your way!

 

Anna Douglas

Anna Douglas

Anna discovered her passion for yoga and her love of art while still in her teens. This insight evolved and gave focus to her life and guided her to a degree in Creative Wellness at Western Washington University. This degree was the impetus for her journey to Bali, Indonesia, where she earned her first 200-hour teaching certificate in Hatha Yoga.

Anna’s continued yoga study advanced to a second 200-hour certification in Seattle, at CorePower Yoga. She has since become certified in Yin Yoga and is currently working towards completing her 500 hours with Annie Carpenter.

Anna has been teaching yoga in Seattle since 2012. She teaches all levels and all abilities, and is keenly attuned to providing a safe and encouraging space for students to grow and be together.

Anna has helped lead multiple and diverse 200-hour yoga teacher training programs and is now combining her love of travel with her yoga teachings and hosting retreats abroad. Anna’s teaching combines an earnest desire to help people carve space for the changes they wish to see and helps them ultimately open a path to the fulfillment of the best version of themselves.

 

Alexis Franklin


Alexis Franklin

Alexis began practicing yoga while attending Western Washington University in 2006. Practicing on and off through the years, it was not until recovering from an ankle injury in 2012 that Alexis rediscovered her love of yoga. Unable to continue high-impact cross-training after the injury, Alexis began to focus on her yoga practice. She enjoyed not only the strength and weight-loss benefits, but the stress reduction and mind-calming benefits resulting from a regular practice.

In 2013, Alexis received her 200 RYT through Marianne Wells Yoga School in Costa Rica. Alexis enjoys sharing the gift of yoga with her students in a positive, non-competitive, and nonjudgmental atmosphere. Her upbeat classes are taught using a vinyasa style and will challenge you to build strength, endurance, flexibility and balance, while focusing on alignment, breath and quieting the mind.

 


Details

Date:
Jul 28, 2019
Time:
7:30 am - 4:30 pm
Cost:
$90 – $185
Event Category:

Organizer

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
Phone:
206.753.1850

Venue

University of Washington Botanic Gardens
3501 NE 41st St
Seattle, WA 98105 United States
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Phone:
(206) 543-8616
www.uwbotanicgardens.org
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