sound bath

led by Daniella white

WED. june 21ST • 7:15-8:15p • $40

pre-registration recommended

please bring your own yoga mat. 

if you are sure you want pillows and blankets​ to make your experience cozy, please bring some from home! We have props, but the bath typically benefits from having more than we can supply for everyone.

this event is capacity at 28 participants.

introduction to ayurveda

a presentation & conversation led by tami hafzalla

tues. june 27th • 6:45-8p • $25 • complimentary for studio members (autopay)

pre-registration requested

yoga and ayurveda are sister sciences that have been practiced for thousands of years to bring harmony to the body, mind, and consciousness.

in this offering, tami will share a broad overview of the history and practice of ayurveda to give you a taste of the foundational teachings. these wisdom teachings can be woven seamlessly into contemporary life to uplift and enhance well being.​

this is a come one, come all event! bring a friend; the more the merrier. this workshop serves as an introduction ahead of some seasonally specific ayurveda inspired classes & workshops that are beginning this autumn with tami at ritual house. you do not have to attend this one to come to the others but it will certainly be a great foundation.

inside out + upside down

functional anatomy & inversions workshop led by lara ederer

july 9, 2023 • 11a-1p • $45

​pre-registration recommended

workshop or play decide! check back as it gets closer for more information and registration for this fun upside-down morning​. there will be an asana portion, anatomy portion, and of course inversions and hand balancing. mark your summer calendar...more information coming soon.

seattle kids yoga x ritual house children series

thursday kids yoga series!

may 11th - june 8th • 5 weeks

4-4:45p• $110

drop-off • ages 4-8

join teacher anne marie! this series is filled with kid-friendly yoga poses, breathing exercises, mindfulness, games, relaxation, and a lot of fun!

Children will build strength, focus, and flexibility along with kindness, compassion, and self-regulation, while under the guidance of a trained seattle kids yoga teacher Anne marie.

Note: this is a drop-off class.​ this class is capped at 12 children.

Seattle kids yoga x ritual house family series

sunday • 11-11:45a​ • $110*

5 non-consecutive sundays: apr. 23 & 30, May 14, June 4 & 11

2-10 year old + their adult

*for 1 child + adult. $25/series for each additional child​

Family Yoga is a special bonding opportunity. Expect partner yoga poses and breathing exercises, mindful movements, time to relax, and much laughter, while under the guidance of seattle kids yoga teacher Erik!

this class is open to 10 families.

breathwork journey

led by tai Hubbert (coming soon)

sunday •3-5p • $80​

12 spots • pre-registration recommended

“what an incredible introduction to breathwork. the ceremony was amazing, humbling, and life changing.” –n.s.

Reclaim your breath, reclaim life.
In this journey of conscious connected breathwork, you will be supported in discovering your own breath as a profound resource for healing, insight, and coming home to your Self.

As a bridge to the terrain of the body and nervous system, the breath can influence your embodied experience and influence that which lives beyond the reach of the conscious mind.

Held stress and tension can be released, and energy from past experiences fully integrated. The result can be more grounded availability, inner harmony, and embodied peace and vitality.
Breathwork is also an accessible modality to explore psychedelic-like states in which thinking
mind quiets and profound clarity, insight, and creativity becomes available.

As an experienced facilitator and healing guide, Tai holds a strong, loving, and sacred container to explore within, drawing on roots in somatic psychology, shamanism, and yoga. For more
information about breathwork, what to expect in the session, and Tai’s approach, please visit

While breathwork can be of benefit to anyone seeking to know themselves more deeply, this modality is not recommended for the following conditions: pregnancy, high blood pressure or cardiovascular disease, epilepsy, bipolar disorders or schizophrenia, recent major surgeries, and severe PTSD. For those with histories of more significant trauma, a 1:1 session is recommended. Please contact Tai with any questions.

Covid Precaution: This event involves open-mouth breathing in a group and is thus a high-risk activity for the transmission of Covid. All participants are required to test the morning of the
event, and voluntarily choose to participate despite known risks.

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