Date & Time
Sat, November 14, and
Sat, December 12, 2020
2:00 PM – 4:00 PM (PST)
Live streamed online via Zoom
In person at Aditi Studio (November only)
1815 N 45th St, Seattle, WA 98103
$40 for General Public
$30 for Aditi Members
Give back to your body
As the pandemic drags on, and our nervous systems are consistently responding to uncertainty, concern, and instability, the acts of reflection and movement become more important than ever. This impulse to slow down and process is mirrored by the season, as we settle into shorter days, longer nights, and a slower pace.
Join Amanda for an extended asana practice and deep relaxation. Focused on nourishing both the body and the mind, we’ll take our time warming up and building into strength, working out the excess tension with deliberate effort and breath. Next, we’ll slow down and melt into deeper stretches, designed to counteract the typical sitting and holding patterns that arise from working from home and bracing for winter. Finally, we’ll turn inward for a deep savasana to recharge and reconnect with ourselves.
Have questions? I have answers!
- Is this an all-levels class?
Yes! Modifications will be offered for most poses, too, so you can tailor to how you feel in the moment.
- Is this different than a normal Hatha class?
Not really – we just have more time. That means we can get into a juicy headspace, warm our bodies up thoroughly, and have an extra-long savasana.
Bring your yoga mat, a blanket, and (if you have them) two blocks and a strap! Wear clothes you’re comfortable moving in, and get cozy in front of your Zoom screen.
Reviews & Testimonials
Amanda’s teaching is so intentional. Her knowledge of alignment and ways of implementing it in class surpasses most other instructors I know. I feel safe, supported, and like I’m absolutely doing something to benefit my body and not just look good on my instagram page.
–Sara, 31, yoga teacher
I just really love Amanda’s style. She is very analytical and precise when it comes to discussing human anatomy and I enjoyed learning from her. Her cues and what to look for in the asanas we covered were descriptive and so easy to follow!
– Taffy, 46