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Bone Broth Love
You know, mom's are usually right.Homemade Chicken Soup when you're sick wasn't just a plo...
Microbiome & Microbirth
I usually don't share much on here that we didn't create but when I came across this video...
Dairy-free Nacho Cheese
Look man, it's the leaning tower of cheesa!I couldn't help myself.  (brb going to dig out...
Alignment versus Alienation
Lateral. Medial. Proximal. Distal. Hyoid Bone. Xiphoid Process. Linea Alba. These all migh...
The Perfect Green Smoothie
There's no shortage of delicious green smoothie recipes here so why not add another variat...
The Best Bands at Bumbershoot
a couple weekends ago i went to bumbershoot music festival in seattle, check out some of m...
Day 20 – Reintroduce Yourself
My original introduction still applies, but I would like to amend with a quick additional ...
Day 19 – Progress
I love progress. I think we all do. It feels good to know you’re getting somewhere. Movi...
Day 18 – Symmetry
I believe we all strive for symmetry in one way or another in our lives. We analyze our bo...
Day 17 – Change
We do things one way, until then we do them another.we move in a particular fashion, until...
Day 16 – Secret Super Powers
I assume the the idea of having secret superpowers would sound pretty awesome to most ever...
Day 15 – Breakthroughs
Oh breakthroughs. how you make my heart soar. how I see you light up my students eyes duri...
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Patrick Beach

Patrick teaches vigorous vinyasa classes that emphasize building strength, creating flexibility, encouraging play, and learning to float. His classes are a fluid mix of longer holds and crafty flows that forge a deep mind-body connection. Patrick’s caring and intelligent teaching style makes yoga relatable for all levels of modern-day students. Longtime yogis familiar with his teachers, Annie Carpenter, and Brock and Krista Cahill will appreciate the blend of those teachings with Patrick’s own in-depth knowledge of alignment and his flair for creative sequencing built from a dedicated personal practice.

Carling Harps

Carling began her love affair with yoga in an instant. The beautiful blend of strength and flexibility drew her in and kept her coming back to her mat day after day, year after year. Carling is trained by Annie Carpenter in a harmonious blend of Iyengar & Ashtanga yoga. Having studied anatomy, nutrition, labor and birth, Carling’s classes are informed by our body’s architecture and development. She aims to provide students with both progression and a life long yoga practice. As a balance to her regular classes, Carling also specializes in prenatal yoga. Using pranayama, asana, visualization, and self care, she feels lucky to be able to support women through their pregnancy and into motherhood. Through her training as a Doula, she works to help support and enable women to find their power and serves as an advocate for both women and birth. In addition to yoga, Carling uses her passion for food, health, and wellness to cultivate a healthier, happier, more informed dinner table through private and corporate nutritional counseling. When Carling isn’t practicing and teaching, you can find her hanging with her partner in crime Patrick, their 2 magical cats Opie & Zelda, singing along at local shows, and shopping for retro sneakers.

Opie and Zelda
Yoga Masters

Opie and Zelda are a curious, adorable and unexpected pair of rescued kittens. Opie sports a classy tuxedo while Zelda struts her stuff with her signature extra short Munchkin legs. Opies favorite pose is Happy Baby, Zeldas favorite is Tadasana.