Welcome to Two Dog YogaA neighborhood yoga studio in North Seattle
We offer pathways to balance, health and healing through yoga. Seasoned teachers share a breadth of experience that spans the full range of student ability and interest. With roots deeply set in Lake City, Two Dog's classes, concerts and seasonal celebrations provide a warm foundation for a vibrant community.
with Stanley OuYang
3 Tuesdays | October 4, 11 & 18 | 7:15-8:15 pm
$17/class | $40/all 3 classes | Register for 1 class or all 3
Connect mind and body to enhance wellness and health.
Sundays | 10/23, 11/27, 12/11 | 5:30-7pm | Register
A practice to cultivate deep relaxation and healing for the nervous system. Classes involve lying down and being guided through a systematic relaxation process.
Thursdays | 9/29, 10/27, 11/17, 12/22 7-8:30 pm | Register
Using props bolsters, blocks, straps, and blankets to support the body in long held positions, enjoy deep rest and relaxation.
Sundays | 10/2, 11/6*, 12/4* | 5:30-7pm | Register
*Special Guest Teacher: David Seborer
A restorative practice of long held postures with support to relax the body/mind. Followed by a led meditation practice (reclining or sitting options). A deeply nourishing practice for all levels.
5-week series | Thurs | 10/13-11/17 | 6:00-7:45 pm | Pre-registration required
Take the first steps into yoga in a safe and supportive environment.
with Rajiv Kapoor
3-week series | Tuesdays | November 8, 15, 22 | 7:17-8:45 pm | $40/all 3 classes | NO DROP-INS Register
A practice to quiet the mind and cultivate loving awareness of our moment to moment experience.
with Annie and Wendy
February 11-18, 2017 | FULL- WAIT LIST ONLY. Please send us an email if you want to be wait-listed.
Join Annie and Wendy for a winter retreat to the tranquil village of Yelapa, Mexico.
Two Dog Yoga
12549 28th Ave. NE
Seattle, WA 98125
Two Dog Tales
"Before children, my husband Ray and I had two dogs--Ponder and Willow--chocolate lab siblings we adored from the time they came home as flea-ridden precious rascally pups to their passings many years later. To us each they brought the joy of playful movement and sweetness of devotional love. When my sister suggested the name Two Dog studio for my newly forming yoga and massage business, it fit as a natural extension of our lives with our dogs."
— Annie Stocker