IGNITE’s “Yoga Oasis” is our latest renovation.
Walking into this space students immediately feel the love and passion that was put into it’s creation.
The private entrance gives students a peaceful environment to practice physical, mental, and emotional focus.
Yoga mats, blocks, straps, bolsters, blankets, and eye pillows are available to all students to assist in their practice.
Why no yoga style labels?? We believe that labels encourage unhealthy attachment, and sometimes hold people back from exploring their full potential. Each class at IGNITE is open to all levels, and tailored to each student’s needs and abilities. Yoga mats, props, and wall space are available to each practitioner, encouraging each student to listen to their bodies, and practice mindfully, in a safe and supportive environment. Pranayama, or the control of breath, is what leads the practitioner into each posture (asana). Postures are held for varying amounts of time in each class. Sun salutations are traditionally practiced with breath connection to each movement (vinyasa), while some standing, seated, and supine postures will be held for quite a few breaths. Beginning, intermediate, and advanced variations of poses will be offered throughout the entire class, including inversions and arm balances. IGNITE does not practice scripted classes of 26 poses (Bikram), but you most likely will see postures that are similar, and some the same. Each class at IGNITE is different, providing a well rounded practice to each student. IGNITE instructors make both verbal and hands on adjustments, to help individualize the practice, and help keep the student safe suggesting proper form. If you do not want to be safely adjusted, please let the instructor know at the beginning of class. Yoga is a mind, body, and spirit experience. Many come to the mat for different reasons, and together journey into yoga. You will leave with a renewed sense of life energy and a deep sense of peace. Whatever your reason for seeking yoga, we hope to bring love and light into your life. ~ Namaste ~
AU, Aaron Ulrich EK ,Erin Knowles JM, Jamie Monte JS, Josephine Silverwolf KK, Krista Kline
BD, Breanna Decker KS, Kira Seiffert SM, Stephanie Merrow
9:30am Warm Yoga (75) JM
5:30pm Yoga (75) JM
7:15pm Yoga (75) AU
7:30am Yoga (60) EK
9:30am Yoga (75) KK
5:30pm Warm Yoga (75) BD
7:15pm Yin Yoga (75) BD
9:30am Warm Yoga (75) JS
5:30pm Yoga (75) KS
7:15pm Warm Yoga (75) KS
7:30am Yoga (60) BD
9:30am Yoga (75) SM
5:30pm Warm Yoga (75) KK
7:15pm Yin Yoga (75) JM
9:30am Warm Yoga (75) JS
4:00pm-5:00pm Gentle Yoga (60) KK 5:30pm Warm Yoga (75) AU
9:00am Warm Yoga (75) KK
9:00am Yoga (75) BD/KK
YIN YOGA is a unique style of yoga that emphasizes relaxation while also providing a beneficial stimulus to the bones and connective tissues of the body that promotes their optimal functioning. Yin Yoga explores deep held stretches, bringing balance to your yoga practice.
PRENATAL YOGA – This class is designed to strengthen and relax your body, ease your mind and connect with your baby in a safe and supportive environment. We use breath and postures to prepare women, both physically and emotionally, for the journey of pregnancy, childbirth, and motherhood. Feel inspired and nourished in a community of women sharing the experience of pregnancy and birth.
PRIVATE LESSONS are available to students of all levels. Contact the front desk to schedule your individual or group private. 425-292-9800
Please arrive on time and stay for the entire class. Most classes allow students to enter the room 15 minutes prior to the start of class.
Roll out your yoga mat quietly (avoid snapping it down).
Please honor the energy in the room before and after each class, by moving slow, speaking softly, and giving personal space.
Borrowed mats should be wiped down after use and returned to storage
Please keep conversations to a minimum inside the yoga room, prior to the start of class.
You must sign in prior to each class.
Welcome new students by giving them instruction for setting up, and making space for them in the back of the class, where they can follow more advanced practitioners.
Remember “saucha” (the first of the niyamas), meaning cleanliness, not only within the body, but within ones environments and relationships.
IGNITE is a cell phone free space.
Yoga: form fitting clothing that you can move in – i.e.: sports bra, workout top, tank top, exercise pants, exercise shorts, barefoot.