Seattle >8 Limbs Yoga Center Capitol Hill
Whether you're 5 or 55, seeking strength, flexibility or a spiritual practice, you'll feel at home at 8 Limbs Yoga Center-Capitol Hill.
We're proud to teach practitioners of all levels, from yoga novice to experienced teacher.
8 Limbs has celebrated 13 years of dynamic hatha yoga in 4 beautiful Seattle neighborhood studios (Capitol Hill, Phinney Ridge, Wedgwood, West Seattle). We offer over 100 classes a week in hatha, flow/vinyasa, restorative, pre-/postnatal, 50+ and kids' yoga. Programs include retreats (Cascade Mts, Hawaii, Mexico), workshops (Tias Little, Sarah Powers, Rod Stryker) and a respected 200-hour teacher training with local and nationally recognized instructors.
8 Limbs Yoga Center has been locally recognized for longstanding commitment to sustainable yoga props and clothing. Our extensive selection features items by Be Present, Manduka, Natural Fitness and OmGirl. …
8 Limbs is a leader in philanthropy and community. 8 Limbs Yoga Centers is a brilliant yoga studio. Besides from having fantastic teachers, Anne Phyfe-Palmer has created a true yogic community based on philanthropy, generosity, caring and love. 8 Limbs Yoga Centers was a major donor to the Equalityoga event on June 27th. Maygen McGrew of 8 Limbs was one of the lead instructors and Anne Phyfe-Palmer acted as an event advisory. With her support it was easy to engage other Seattle yoga studios. It's amazing to work with and practice in a studio that leads with it's values by creating loving and supportive community. This commitment ripples throughout the Seattle community. We are blessed to have this business in our city.
Best yoga in the city. I was not a yoga person but was very curious about it. I signed up for the beginner series with Jenny about 3 years ago and now I am hooked. I have not taken a class I don't like. Douglas is definitely my favorite. 8 limbs is a non-competitive environment that provides a lot of stress relief after work. The gym is not for me and 8 limbs provides a way for me to get my exercise and calm my mind. I cannot recommend it enough!
Excellent instructors, relaxing & meditative spot to enhance your mind/body and spirit in an urban setting. 8 Limbs is an oasis of goodness for the mind and body in the heart of Capitol Hill (their original and most popular location). The instructors are highly skilled, knowledgable, caring and nurturing. I've been practicing here for 2+ years and have grown immensely because of it. Pricing is average for occassional practitioners and a good deal for regulars (2+ times a week). Their new customer deal (2 months for $99) is a steal and will provide you enough time start to see the benefits. They have a fair number of instructors and class/time offerings at their three locations for you to sample and find your preferences. The Cap Hill location can tend to be a bit noisy from the street and neighbors, but it allows one to work on maintaining focus in the reality of a world with minor distractions all around you. Overall, the 8 Limbs team has created a relaxing, noncompetitive, non-pretentious environment for yoga students of all abilities. Highly Recommended.
A warm, down-to-earth yoga experience..
Owner Anne Phyfe Palmer wants students to explore a variety of hatha yoga styles under one roof, which is not an option at many other studios in Seattle. Ashtanga, Iyengar, kundalini, prenatal and postnatal yoga are some of the classes she offers. High ceilings and hardwood floors lend a warm feel. Adding comfort: a water cooler and a changing room.
You'll get what Palmer calls a "down-to-earth" yoga experience. Translation: Newcomers won't be intimidated, but classes will be enriching and challenging. In the gentle prenatal classes, students share issues so the class can be tailored to meet their needs, using postures that prepare them for labor and pregnancy pain. Mats and other props are available to use at no cost. A small selection of clothing, mats and music are available for purchase in the boutique.
8 Limbs is great. I've been going to 8 Limbs for about half a year and love it! I was not a very flexible person and while I loved going to yoga classes in my gym, it still intimidated me since I wasn't that flexible. Now that I've been going to 8 limbs about 3 times a week, I feel better, I am more flexible, and enjoy yoga classes. The teachers are very friendly and really "teach" the poses rather than lead the class.
Best Yoga in Seattle!. I have sampled the yoga offering across the region and find the 8 Limbs instructors, studios, class variety, and level of challenge to be the best there is.
Great choice. They offer so many classes and so many different types of classes-the variety is great. Great group of people.
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