Kanjin Yoga Celebrates Anniversary in Hillman City Neighborhood Studio
Green Home Tour Takes Place April 29-30
eattle yoga studio Kanjin Yoga is celebrating one year in their studio in Hillman City. The studio, whose name means “observation of the mind,”serves the community by keeping prices low, and offering a variety of yoga classes, workshops and other related special events, according to founder Dee Williams. “At Kanjin Yoga it does not matter your size, shape, gender or beliefs or fitness level,” Williams explains. “You can’t get this wrong. All are welcome. We teach introduction to yoga, gentle, restorative and vinyasa flow for people of all ages–if you are new to yoga or experienced give us a try,” Williams continues. “You will leave our classes feeling refreshed.” Kanjin Yoga offers yoga for individuals, businesses and organizations. “We believe yoga is more that just physical,” Williams says. “It also has many more benefits for mind-body wellness.
Kanjin Yoga is located at 5701 Rainier Ave S., Suite B, Seattle. For more information: KanjinYoga.com or 207-722-2665.
For more information: NWGreenHomeTour. org.
he 2017 Northwest Green Home Tour will take place Saturday, April 29 and Sunday, April 30. “Building on last year’s success, the tour will again be two days so that you can see more homes all around the region,” says one of the tour organizers, Jenny Heins. The Northwest Green Home Tour is a free annual public event, produced by the Northwest EcoBuilding Guild, that showcases local, sustainable and green new homes, remodels, and energy retrofits in the greater Seattle area. Tickets are free or a $5 suggested donation, and can be found at Eventbrite.com or at participating homes on the day of the tour.