The Seattle Mariners held their inaugural Yoga Day event on June 26th, 2016. The event was borne from a collaborative effort between Yoga Alliance and Pro Positive Yoga. Seattle Yoga News, Yoga Panda, Nick Deonigi, The Alive and Shine Center, Sukha Design & Photography, and Tina Templeman also joined in to make the event a huge success!

Over 350 Seattle yogis attended the event. After the Mariners vs. Cardinals game, the field became covered in blue Mariners yoga mats, dedicated yogis and an enthralling sense community. Tina Templeman and Andrew Tanner of Yoga Alliance led a vinyasa class in the outfield. Yogis of all ages and backgrounds were present and moving. Savitri of the Alive and Shine Center ended the event in a meditation that could only be expressed as complete.

We plan on making this an annual event. Please join us next year and make this an ongoing Seattle tradition!

Visit our Seattle Mariners Yoga Day album on Facebook. Don’t forget to tag yourself.

Thank you to everyone who came this year! We could not be more thankful for our yoga community.

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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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