Lee Atwell, Owner
After teaching yoga for several years in Magnolia, Lee wanted to provide a peaceful sanctuary close to home for students to practice, so she opened the studio in 2001.
Yoga and spending time in nature have been threads of peace and centering throughout Lee’s life from the time she was a child. Her classes, workshops, and international retreats reflect her unbounded love of the natural world and focus on getting in touch with our interconnectedness with all things… (Click photo to read full bio).
Brooke Zwerner, Owner
Brooke began to practice yoga with his guru, Baba Hari Dass, more than 30 years ago. Brooke’s classes involve instruction in asana, pranayama and meditation… (Click photo to view full bio).
Cindy discovered yoga in 2010 during a corporate layoff that left her pondering her selfidentity after 20+ year career in the retail fashion world. “I looked in the mirror one day at did not recognize the person staring back at me.” Cindy started doing yoga to re-establish a physical connection to her body (lose weight) and recognized the immense value of her practice to her emotional and spiritual self. Yoga became her “sanity”.
Evelina was introduced to yoga in 2012. What began as an attempt to soothe her spirit in a time of loss and uncertainty has since evolved into a well of ongoing inspiration, growth, and connectedness to herself. She believes that practicing yoga is a primer for healing and maintaining wellness, and finds deep fulfillment and joy in sharing this with her students.
After an early childhood introduction to yoga practice from her mom, Ginger rediscovered yoga after moving to Seattle in 1998 and has been hooked ever since. During her 200-hour certification training at 8 Limbs Yoga Centers, Ginger continued to develop her personal style of yoga, approaching it as a holistic endeavor, incorporating intention-setting, spiritual connection, focus on the lines of energy through the body…
Kirsten is enthusiastic about the power of yoga to help people of all abilities discover their innate strength and wisdom. As a mother of two and a sailor, Kirsten finds yoga a welcome companion. Kirsten took her first yoga classes in the late 90s as way to build physical strength and mental focus for her other passion, sailboat racing, and found a treasure trove of vitality and serenity…