Classroom Rental

Interested in teaching in our Community Studio?  Please contact us to reserve time to teach a unique workshop.


Yoga Vox: Free Your Voice! 

Thursday, March 22nd 7:00-pm - 9:00pm


Your voice is as a powerful vehicle to develop body/mind/spirit connection. Feel a deeper connection to your authentic self.

Come discover the natural high of using your breath and voice as a healing vibration. 

Reduce stress. Develop more confidence in your voice, for speaking or singing. Get grounded and comfortable in your body. Discover freedom of expression and control of your voice to convey clarity, authenticity, and confidence to others.

This is playshop for people of ALL LEVELS of experience.

Each upcoming YogaVox class will incorporate a theme from yoga philosophy that enriches the depth of our practice.

The group practice of mind-body-breath-awareness and vibrational presence will be conducted in a fun, supportive atmosphere. Yoga of Voice participants often feel more embodied, more playful, a calm natural high, emotional release, deeper clarity, increased sense of confidence, more grounded and connected

Expand your sense of Freedom. Experience vocal experiences and deep listening as a meditation.  

Develop more Confidence in Speaking, Singing and Being Authentically Present.    

Get the natural healing high With Your Voice and be Bathed in Intentional Sound. 

Class limited to 10-18 people
$30 pre-register/35 day of; $5 discount for those in the Mind Body Community
(sliding scale options available for those with financial hardships)
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Compassion Cultivation Training with Diane Hetrick

March 13-May 1, 1:30pm – 3:30pm

Compassion Cultivation Training is an eight-week course designed to develop the qualities of compassion, empathy and kindness for oneself and others. The course, developed by a team of contemplative scholars, clinical psychologists and researchers at Stanford University, combines traditional contemplative practices with contemporary psychology and scientific research on compassion and is offered in a secular presentation.

The training includes:

• Mindfulness: Daily meditation, visualization and breathing practices to develop loving-kindness, empathy and compassion.

• Coursework: Two-hour weekly classes that include lecture, discussion and in-class listening and communication exercises with partners and small groups.

• Assignments: Real-world homework to help you practice compassionate thought and action.

Cultivating compassion goes beyond feeling more concern and empathy for others. It develops the strength to be with suffering, the courage to take compassionate action, and resilience in the face of life’s challenges. Each of us can nurture and grow our compassionate instinct, like a plant carefully cultivated from a seed. This process requires patience, steady care, proper tools and a supportive environment.

About the Instructor

Diane Hetrick has been studying and practicing in the areas of mind-body healing, mindfulness, meditation, and compassion cultivation most of her adult life. She completed the Certificate in

Mindfulness Facilitation training through the Mindfulness Awareness Research Center (MARC) at UCLA. After completing the Compassion Cultivation Training (CCT) Teacher Certification Program, offered through the Center for Compassion, Altruism, Research and Education (CCARE) at Stanford, she became one of the first certified CCT teachers in the Seattle area. More about Diane at:     

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