Yoga at Flow
with Kate Bailey

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Join Kate Bailey, physical therapist and yoga instructor in one of her new, semi-private classes in the Fremont neighborhood of Seattle. Kate has a Doctorate in Physical Therapy, and has 15 years of experience teaching movement therapies such as Pilates and yoga. Classes include restorative, meditation, pranayama, and active flow. For the months of June, July and August, all classes will be free of charge! To book a class, at this time you can call (206) 858-2914 or email the front office ( .

Wednesday                                                    Friday                                                                      Saturday   

11:00 AM Restorative                                3:00 PM Healthy Bellies (Kids)                  9:00 AM Active Flow   

12:00 PM Seated Meditation                4:00 PM Active Flow                                        10:00 AM Restorative

12:30 PM Pranayama                               5:00 PM Restorative                                         11:00 AM Active Flow

1:00 PM Active Flow



This class is perfect for practicing relaxation and embodied restoration. With letting go as the goal, you will learn to tune into your body while props are used to fully support the body. The class will finish with a brief journaling session to capture the experience and reflect on what each individual needs. In a time when most of us strive to do more, learning to pause and rest can balance stressful times.

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Meditation is a practice of honing awareness. We will use yoga to attend to the present, see habitual patterns of the mind and practice staying in the moment. Meditation and mindfulness have been linked to a multitude of benefits including learning about personal habits and inner dialogue, revealing reactivity to stressors, and evolving to inform how to experience and cultivate a sense of calm and stability in daily life.

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Pranayama,  the 4th limb of the 8-limbed yoga practice, is a series of breathing techniques with various aims and benefits to each of the distinct breath patterns. Pranayama is a practice of manipulating our natural breath to guide our identification of restrictions or obstacles in our emotional or physical bodies. Breath is our first sign of stress, and it is also through breath that we can positively affect our nervous system.

Online scheduler coming soon!