NEW EVENTS

                      COMING SOON !!!

                     HAWAIIAN HULA 
                   RESTORATIVE YOGA
                        VINYASA FLOW  
                  AMRIT YOGA NIDRA

                                JANUARY 2019

Mt. Emei Sage/Shaman Style Qigong

                                                  TUESDAYS 12:00-1:00 pm
                            THURSDAYS 5:15-6:15 
                            Begins January 22, 2019
                                 (no classes 03/12/19 and 03/14/19)

This is classic Shamanic-style Qigong from the Hidden Immortal lineage. It includes 5 Elements and 5 Dragons Forms (standing and seated). The flowing movements are similar to Tai Chi, but done in place and provide an opportunity to strengthen the musculoskeletal system, improve balance, harmonize the organ network system, and calm the mind.  As students become grounded with daily practice, they can develop gradual awareness and understanding of the relationships between the classic forms, self-cultivation practices, the way we live our daily lives, and the creation of harmonious communities. Regular practice affords opportunities to grow into embodiment of these ancient teachings.
Payment Options: 
  • Pre-paid 5-class card, $60
  • Pre-paid 10-class card - get 1 extra class FREE, $100 Best Deal!
  • Drop-in, $17
  • Pay before class: make checks payable to Move Into Mindfulness, LLC
  • Class runs        1/22/2019 through 7/26/2019 

About the Instructor: Stephanie Prima has been a devout Qigong practitioner for close to seven years and credits it with dramatically changing her life for the better. She has logged over 350 advanced studies/Teacher Training hours, has received 3 certifications, and is only months away from her fourth 2-year Teacher Certification and National Certification. She has trained directly with world-renowned Master Zhongxian Wu, and Dr. Guan-Cheng Sun, Ph.D., Founder and Director of the Institute of Qigong and Integrative Medicine (IQIM) and affiliate of Bastyr University. Her teaching apprenticeship was with Janet Weedman, M.Ed., veteran instructor at IQIM. 
This class draws directly on Master Wu’s forms, passed down for over 5,000 years and proven to strengthen the body and spirit. 

For more information, contact Stephanie at Outreach@MoveIntoMindfulness.comor 360.317.1448.

                 NOVEMBER 2018

Gentle Hatha Yoga
            with Bella French

Tuesdays 9 - 10 am
Saturdays 9 – 10 am
November 27 through January 22 
Yoga to nurture the body, mind and spirit. Perfect for beginners, those who are 50+, or intermediate students looking for a gentle but complete practice. Increase flexibility and balance, reduce stress. 
Drop-ins welcome $12   
5-class pass $50  
Bella French
Contact Bella at or call 206-458-0286 for more information.
Bella French has been practicing yoga since 1997, studying in Seattle at Eight Limbs Yoga Studio and Shakti Vinyasa Studio for 16 years before moving to the island in 2013. Most influenced by Iyengar and Vinyasa yoga, Bella believes that yoga benefits everyone regardless of fitness levels. She has completed a certificate course with Duke Integrative Medicine, focusing on safe and effective yoga for older adults. Incorporating music, meditation and asanas, Bella's classes create a calming and uplifting yoga experience. 



Restorative Yoga with Sandbags

                                   WITH TARA MOGHADAM

We begin with a  gentle warm-up of breath and body then transition into expansive relaxing poses held for extended periods of time. Props and sandbags support your surrender into the pose and deepen both stretch and healing. First class free!!! Drop-in $10-15.
Tara Moghadam,RYT 500, has taught yoga since 1995.  Her therapeutic classes draw from Iyengar, Vinyasa, Amrit and Kundalini yoga as well as Yoga of Awareness  for Cancer, Chronic Pain, and Seniors as offered through Duke University and Oregon Health and Science University.    Call Tara at 360-29801632     OR   Email:


Gentle Hatha with AMRIT YOGA NIDRA
                             Tara Moghadam
                             Begins NOVEMBER 29th 

A brief warm-up of gentle yoga and breathwork leads into a relaxed guided meditation which can move us beyond the limitations of both mind and body to promote healing and beneficial change. Donation suggested but not required.

Tara Moghadam, RYT 500, has taught yoga since 1995.  Her therapeutic classes draw from Iyengar, Vinyasa, Amrit and Kundalini yoga as well as Yoga of Awareness  for Cancer, Chronic Pain, and Seniors as offered through Duke University and Oregon Health and Science University.   She holds certification to teach Amrit Yoga Nidra.  Call Tara at 360-29801632  or   Email:


    12:00 NOON

Class  includes breath work (Pranayama) asana (physical practice) with a goal of samadhi (bliss).  Be prepared to move, sweat, breath and giggle as we work though a series of postures focused on quieting the mind, strengthening the body and opening the heart.  

All levels welcome, pose options will be given.  

“Yoga is the light, once lit, will never dim.  The better your practice, the brighter the flame.”  - B.K.S Iyengar
Stephanie began her yoga journey in 2000, receiving her 200 hour teacher training from yoga alliance in 2008.  Studying many disciplines including Hatha, Kundalini, Viniyoga, Anusara, Iyengar and Ashtanga, Stephanie has developed a series of asana that is challenging, heart opening, grounded and silly.  Contributing to Stephanie’s practice were various guru’s, such as, Rodney Yee,  Sri Dharma Mittra, Tim Miller, David Swenson and Shiva Rea. Call Steph at 360-622-5223

                     JUNE 2018                           

                        **5 RYTHYMS**
                           Dance and Sound Bath
                                      JUNE 15 & JUNE 22,  2018
                    5:00 PM – 7:00 PM Arrive between 5 and 5:15pm

Exchange: $15 or Pay what you can - No one turned away for lack of funds.

We will explore the 5 RHYTHMNS DANCE for the first hour - to soften, opening our hearts, opening our bellies...

In the second hour a SOUND BATH will be offered using Crystal and Zen bowls – toning our chakra centers to support a resilient well-being.

Take it to the weekend and beyond!

A place to practice offered by Sue Ann Stabley, 5RTA Accredited 

Please see website for on-going monthly dates to support our resilient well-being

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