Tuesdays: Yoga Flow for Strength


Our Tuesday evening classes are designed to challenge your body while promoting mindful movement and body awareness. We will curiously explore our thought processes and movement patterns in order to balance flexibility with strength in both realms. These classes are designed for those with some basic yoga experience who wish to deepen their understanding within the discipline, and for those who wish to calm their minds by turning attention inward and to the breath. Rachel will work with you to improve your vinyasa flow foundation by modifying poses for safe alignment, and help with your personal yoga practice development. This yoga class will develop strength and mindful breathing patterns for you to become your best self.

Let Rachel guide you through a challenging but accessible vinyasa flow yoga class on Tuesday nights.

  • Challenge the body   
  • Emphasize the breath
  • Focus the mind Investigate your inner strength

Class Details:

Date: Tuesdays

Time: 6:30PM - 7:30PM

Location: IRG Center For Structural Medicine, 2821 NW Market Street Suite H, Seattle, WA 98107

Instructor: Rachel Byrne, OTR/L, PBP

Cost: $15 Drop-in | $55 Pack of 4 classes | $135 Pack of 10 classes

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P: 206.706.0063

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Past, current and new patients welcome!

Meet the Instructor Rachel Byrne: 

She is certified yoga instructor, registered with the Yoga Alliance and trained through Spira Power Yoga teacher training program in West Seattle. In this program she learned about yoga as a lifestyle practice and philosophy both on and off the mat and now teaches coordination of breath, mindfulness, and body movement and postures. Rachel says “yoga is not just about asana, or physical postures, it is about self study.” Rachel was first introduced to yoga at age 6, and spent part of her study abroad in India studying and practicing yoga. She has practiced many different types of yoga consistently for the past 10 years and it is now part of her daily life. Rachel includes her knowledge of the myofascial and muskuloskeletal systems from her training as an occupational therapist and manual therapist in order to inform her mindful movement and yoga class instruction. Rachel is the clinic director for IRG - Center for Structural Medicine.