Workshops & Events


Feldenkrais Basics with Rachel Hamstra

2018 Dates:  Mondays | 1/8-2/26 | 6-7 pm | Register

Discover how body awareness can change how you move and keep you out of pain. Questions about your sensory experience help guide your attention through small, gentle movements to increase your awareness of how your body responds to each movement, so you can discover and clarify connections within yourself. Bring your curiosity and learn how to move with more ease. 
$55 for 4 class series, $17 for drop-in, Punch cards welcome.   READ MORE
Dec 4-18: Grounding.  Stay calm and able to enjoy the holidays by connecting with yourself and the floor in new ways.
Jan 8-29: Lower Back Comfort.  Come explore how Feldenkrais can bring ease and comfort to your overworked lower back.
Feb 5-26: Shoulder and Chest Mobility.  Find relief for your stiff shoulders and restricted chest from spending time on computers and phones.

Bi-Monthly Yoga Nidra with Rainey

Sundays | 1/7, 1/21, 2/4, 2/18, 3/11, 3/18, 4/8, 4/22, 5/6, 5/27, 6/10 | 5:30-7 pm | Register

Yoga Nidra (yoga sleep) is a nourishing practice designed to cultivate the resiliency of your nervous system and offer deep relaxation to all levels of your being. Class opens with gentle fluid movement and concludes with a long guided relaxation.


Insight Meditation with Rajiv Kapoor

Mondays | 1/8-2/12 | 7:30-9 pm | $150 for 6-week series | No drop-ins, no punch card | Register

This 6-week series will emphasize on creating a non-judgmental, loving and intimate relationship with our inner life.  By cultivating a calm mind and a loving compassionate heart, we will explore practices to meet life with grace regardless of our circumstances.

Gong Bath and Insight Meditation with Wayne & Rajiv

Sunday | 1/14 | 7-9pm | $30 | Register

This will be a 2 hour gathering that includes dharma talk and principles from the Insight Meditation tradition, Mindful Movement, a Gong Bath immersion and Q&A.


Intro to Yoga with Wendy

Thursdays | 1/25-2/22 | 7-8:45 pm | Register

Take the first steps into yoga in a safe and supportive environment.  Class size is limited so each student receives personal attention.  In five weekly classes, students are introduced to the hisotry and present day forms of yoga, while learning basic asana (poses) that strengthen and stretch.


Gong Bath with Wayne Marto

Sunday, 2/11, 7-8:30 pm | Monday, 3/19, 6-8 pm | Sunday, 4/29, 7-8:30 pm | Sunday, 5/13, 2-4 pm | Sunday, 6/17 | 2-4 pm | Register

Sunday, 2/11

Monday, 3/19

Sunday, 4/29

Sunday, 5/13

Sunday, 6/17

The gong is delicately played, deeply bathing every cell of the body in pure, penetrating sound waves, cleansing the subconscious and awakening the practitioner to a transcendent state of awareness. The experience is effortless and the results profound.

Kerala, India: Discover India Through the Ancient Arts of Yoga and Ayurveda

February 10-25, 2018 with Annie Stocker and Girija Iyer
Register using the online registration form.

Join Annie and Wendy on this fabulous and far-reaching travel adventure to Kerala, the southern most state in India.

We will visit the ancient spice trade port city of Kochi, a high mountain tea plantation, and enjoy a biodynamic farmstay where we will see and taste many of the spices and ayurvedic herbs grown in this natural resource-rich area of southern India. We end the journey close to the coast where we enjoy a special day-long houseboat journey on the inland waters, visit several Hindu temples and enjoy the warm beaches of the Indian ocean. Each day we will have time to practice yoga and meditation, both with Annie and local yoga teachers.

For a more detailed description of the trip ininerary visit Ponte Travels, co-owned by Two Dogger, Marta Rabins.


Lullaby Yoga with Johanna Beekman

Thursday | 3/1/2018 | 7-8:30 pm | Register

Lullaby Yoga is a unique blend of restorative and yin yoga with heart opening live music.


Doug Keller Teacher Training and Weekend Workshop

March 29-31, 2018 | Register

The Breath Connection:  Connecting the Power of the Breath to the Power of Asana.

This won’t simply be an exhortation to “breathe!” during asana, but an inquiry into disordered patterns of breathing that we bring to asana — and how it affects our experience.

The point will be to understand and cultivate better, more balanced and supportive patterns of breathing, and enhancing awareness of healthy patterns in asana — which will in turn reduce misalignments and movement patterns that otherwise contribute to pain and the chance of injury. 

This will include an in-depth look at sacral stability and SI joing integrity and pain.



I was less than enthusiastic when I remembered my wife and I had signed up to take a couples massage workshop. My attitude quickly changed during the workshop with Annie. The entire experience was informative, enjoyable and rejuvenating. Annie’s instruction was clear, and the techniques she demonstrated and taught immediately brought ‘oohs’ and ‘ahhs’ as we practiced on one another. The time flew by. I left with more confidence in my ability to effectively massage my wife as well as a newly relaxed and energized body.
— Matt Barmore



Two Dog Yoga has changed my life in so many wonderful ways. The instructors teach with wisdom, skill, and humor. They have led me to a deeper practice in a gentle profound way. Thanks to the owner, Annie, a beautiful, genuine community flourishes here, nurturing both the body and the soul. Two Dog is a true jewel right here in the heart of Seattle!
— Katherine Luu


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