Lotus Yoga welcomes everyone as you are: all shapes, sizes, backgrounds and identities.
Yoga is about LOVE. We stand with love, and reject hate in all it’s forms.
We meet you where you are at and offer mindful, heart-based yoga fostering strength, vitality and peace.
We support you with classes that honor that we are all unique beings, equally worthy of respect, health and joy.
- We center our teaching on supporting each student to enjoy yoga in a way that feels good to them. There are no “wrong” ways to make a yoga shape as long as they feel good in your body! We give variations for poses and practices, and encourage class participants to find the variations that feel good in their bodies.
- We actively cultivate a studio culture of body-positivity for all bodies.
- We use your preferred pronouns.
- Our restroom is gender-neutral.
- We teach the tradition of yoga with respect; we teach all 8 limbs of the practice with honor and respect to the living tradition of yoga which at it’s heart is ahimsa (non-harming), connection and love.
At Lotus we offer multiple tiers of pricing to meet you where you at at financially.
We offer classes in different formats to meet you where you are at, so that you can enjoy yoga as a part of your self-care:
- On-line classes – different length classes from 1 hour to 1.5 hours (with shorter mini-classes coming soon!)
- In-person classes returning soon! We hope to open in-person again in June 2021, once our staff and community has the opportunity to be vaccinated.
- On-demand classes – Coming soon! We will offer multiple format and length classes so you can find what works well for your life!
Land Acknowledgment: Lotus Yoga acknowledges that we are on the un-ceded ancestral lands of the Duwamish people (dxʷdəwʔabš). A people that are still here, continuing to honor and bring to light their ancient heritage. We honor with gratitude the land itself and the original caretakers of this land, past and present. This acknowledgement does not take the place of authentic relationships with indigenous communities, but serves as a first step in honoring the land we are on. To learn more about the Duwamish Tribe visit: http://www.duwamishtribe.org