Introducing Heather Hested, Board Member

This posting is the first in a series of introductions to the stories behind the names and faces that make up Street Yoga.  We’re honored to walk alongside these great public servants, and proud to introduce them to the greater…

6 Simple Steps to Follow Karma Yoga Practices

Sweta Saraogi is serving on the board of Street Yoga and her mission is to raise the awareness for yoga. Her article on karma yoga provides practical tips for everyday yoga practices that can raise the collective consciousness of our…

YogaLOVE Reflection

On June 7th, Street Yoga’s Seattle Branch hosted their biggest fundraiser of the year, the second annual YogaLOVE!  YogaLOVE brings together nine of our city’s best instructors and yogis from all over Seattle to practice a full mala– 108 Sun…

Who has made a difference in your life?

Jeff participated in Street Yoga’s training program in 2011 and started teaching in 2012.  Jeff teaches at Ryther Child Center to teen males, ages 12-18 recovering from Chemical Dependency.  Jeff has been teaching at Street Yoga long enough to know…

A Bittersweet Farewell: Chrissy Becker

Dear Street Yoga Family, The time has come for me to extend a most bittersweet farewell your way.  As many of you know, my AmeriCorps term will come to a close this Monday, August 5th. I’ve spent the last 16…

Growth and Evolution: Community Support for our Teachers

After our volunteers complete the Street Yoga Teacher Training, we partner them with another Street Yoga Teacher in order to team-teach at one of our class locations.  This creates an environment of support for teachers, along with consistency and richness…

Who Knew Breathing Could Be So Fun?

In times of great loss, violence and tragedy, deep aching sadness can rise as well as a number of different emotional reactions. In working with middle school youth, we are aware that there will be many different emotional reactions, levels…