Yoga

Yoga classes at HPIC are community-oriented classes. We offer a safe, non-judgmental environment and skilled instructors. These classes are great for those brand new to yoga as well as those with a yoga background.

What to wear/ bring: Everyone needs to bring a yoga mat. We do have some yoga mats, blocks, and straps as well. You will want to wear comfortable clothing you can easily move in. Yoga tops, sports bras and fitted tee shirts/tank tops are a good choice. We will practice barefoot. You should not eat for an hour before yoga. Everyone should bring an open mind and sense of humor.

Class Cost: $10.00

Drop-ins Welcome


 

Current Schedule

IMG_flower_small.jpgMonday @ 7PM (75 min)- Vinyasa Flow with Flower

Flower’s classes are a dynamic blend of movement, breath and meditation with an emphasis on balancing strength and flexibility. Her passion is to use the power of yoga to illuminate humans purest potential.  Flower has been practicing yoga since 2000, and teaching since 2012.

Main Influences: Himalayan Institute, Sri Vidya Tantra, Shari Freidrichson and her teacher Rod Stryker.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

JenMullholand-2716.jpgTuesday and Thursday @ Noon (60 min)- Ashtanga Vinyasa with Jen Mullholand Yoga

Jen's approach to yoga is simple: move, breathe and be present. She teaches the Ashtanga style of yoga by ditching the dogma and finding an approach that suits each individuals needs, regardless of age or experience. She has been teaching yoga for 14 years and practicing for nearly 20. She is committed to providing students with a practice that will build strength and flexibility while having some fun along the way.

 

 

 

 

holly.jpegThursday @ 7PM (60 min) Vinyasa Flow with Holly

Holly Briscoe has been practicing yoga for almost twenty years.  She recently completed her 200 hour RYT at Spira Power Yoga here in West Seattle with an emphasis on Vinyasa flow.  She started doing yoga to obtain a PE credit in college, but keeps returning to her mat to explore the mind/body/spirit connection.  Holly enjoys both the strenuous physical practice of yoga, and the time to sit in quiet contemplation and incorporates both of these aspects into her classes.  She encourages folks to listen to what their body needs – as we each arrive on our mat from a different space.