crafternoon: intro to linocut carving + printmaking

sat. sept. 30th • 1-3:30p

$55 tools/supplies provided for class

$80 you take all tools/supplies home

join us for an afternoon of creativity and community. ritual house is thrilled to host one of addie harrington’s crafternoon series: intro to linocut & print making!

addie will teach you the ins and outs of linocut carving + printing for the first 90 minutes of class, followed by free time to carve further, ask questions, and print to your hearts content.

creating linocut stamps is a practice in balance. you will work with creating visual harmony between the raised areas and the areas where you’ve taken material away. much like the yoga practice, linocut is a practice requiring repeated micro movements - all contributing to the whole-ness of their macro result (print). also not unlike a yoga practice, you will leave this workshop with a fresh perspective for yourself on the imperfection, nuance, delicacy, and serendipity that all things of beauty require.

​the fine “print”- workshop price options are two fold: $55 includes the hours of instruction and supplies needed while there. $80 registration you can take with you all of the tools used to continue this practice at home (supplies pictured). in case of cancellation 50% refund up to 48 hrs before event. no refund possible if cancelled 48 hrs before event.

​here is an informational blog​​ to get acquainted with this practice, and words from some folks who do it...we hope to see you there!

[reg open] seattle kids yoga x ritual house family series

sundays • 12:15-1:00p​ • $150*

6 weeks: sept 17 - oct 22

2-10 year old + their adults

*for 1 child + adult. $30/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 lucie!

A limited number of need-based scholarships are available. To apply for a scholarship, email a brief description of why you qualify.

Space is limited and pre-registration is required.

[open reg]seattle kids yoga x ritual house: kids yoga series

thurs. kids yoga series!

8 weeks: sept. 28th - nov. 16th

4-4:45p• $195

drop-off • ages 4-8

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

each week 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.

A limited number of need-based scholarships are available. To apply for a scholarship, email a brief description of why you qualify. Space is limited and pre-registration is required.

the rainbow in my body: kids yoga & the chakras

learn how to share energy & chakra practices with children led by shelly storm

Oct. 15th • 1:30-3:30p

before 10/1 $65 • after 10/1 $80

This workshop is for the adult caregivers/parents/educators of children - yoga teachers, mindfulness instructors, parents, caregivers, nannies, grandparents, family educators, counselors, therapists, social workers, community group facilitators, and anyone who is interested in sharing this content with the next generation! A basic understanding of yoga is recommended, but not required.

Chakras are the energy centers of the body. There are 7 major chakras that run from the base of your spine to the crown of your head. Children can gain a deeper awareness of their emotions, self, and how they show up in the world by learning about the chakras. In this workshop, through movement and discussion, you will learn inclusive, accessible, and fun ways to teach children about the 7 chakras of the body. Whether you want to teach a chakra-balancing kids yoga class, weave snippets of chakra knowledge into any practice, or share it at home/work, this workshop provides the framework and language that children understand.


  • Various ways to share the 7 chakras with toddlers through age 12

  • How to teach and honor this traditional aspect of yoga philosophy while making it accessible and enjoyable for children

  • An outline of the chakra system, including color, location, and characteristics

  • In-depth explanation of which yoga poses go with each chakra, paired with affirmations

  • How the 7 chakras relate to mind, body and spirit

  • A comprehensive handout

  • 3 hours of continuing education for Kids Yoga teachers

  • Music and book recommendations

  • Additional resources

this week: sound bath

led by Daniella white

thurs. oct. 19th • 7:30-8:30p • $40

pre-registration recommended

A sound bath is an improvised concert played with the intent of releasing stress, and can facilitate energetic shifts in your mind and body to bring you into a more balanced state of being. Participants lay in a comfortable position on the floor (savasana), while Daniella plays the crystal bowls and gongs, accompanied by her vocal toning. You will be bathed in healing vibrations that help entrain your brain into a deeply relaxed state where physical, mental, and spiritual healing can take place. ​

please bring your own yoga mat. we recommend you bring a pillow and blanket​ to make your experience cozy, We have studio props, but the bath typically benefits from having more than we can supply for everyone. this event is capacity at 28 participants.

next baths: 11/16, 12/14

breathwork journey

led by tai Hubbert

saturday oct. 21st • 4-6p • $80​

14 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.

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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