Yoga at the Civic Center
Mondays and Wednesdays
(no class on holidays)
ONLINE BOOKING INSTRUCTIONS
Choose YOGA CLASS (one-hour @ $15) to see available dates
Choose the date and click 8:30AM, then CONTINUE
Complete intake form and agree to Waiver
Click PAY NOW
Complete secure payment, then click PAY & CONFIRM
Do I have to wear a mask?
No. Masks are no longer required indoors in Washington State.
Can I still use the shared yoga equipment?
No. We’re sorry for the inconvenience, but all participants must now bring their own mats, blocks, straps, towels or other necessary items.
I still have pre-paid classes left on my paper voucher. How can I use that credit to book online classes?
Just contact the KPCCA office (253-884-3456 or email@example.com) and we’ll issue a code that you can enter online to use your remaining credit.
Why isn’t the date I want available?
Yoga at the Civic Center is offered every Monday and Wednesday from 8:30am-9:30am, except on holidays.
Meet the Instructors
My name is Shabadrang Khalsa. I've been practicing yoga and meditation for 16 years. Over the years I've studied with Stacy Gibbons, Hari Dev Singh, and Yogi Amandeep Singh.
In my classes you will learn how to balance the physical and energetic body, using traditional yogic teachings from the East. You will explore asana (poses), pranayam (breath), mantra (Chanting), mudra (hand placements), drishti (gazes) and meditation. These tools have been scientifically proven to alleviate everyday problems such as stress, depression and more.
Yoga is not just stretching or standing in tree pose. It balances the whole human so you can experience healing and ease in every aspect of your life. These teachings are to help you connect with your higher self and experience ease. Outside of the yoga world, I love nature, ayurvedic eating and science.
Hello! My name is Megan Schowalter. I am an educator and digital media producer in the Pacific Northwest. My yoga practice is based on the teachings of Yin (or Restorative) yoga, Kundalini yoga, and mindful movement meditations.
When teaching a class, I enjoy getting to guide people in aligning the mind, body and breath while incorporating music, dance and sometimes even laughter! My mentor, Sada Simran Singh, creator, and owner of Guru Gayatri in Seattle, used to always say that we should sweat and laugh every day on the spiritual path. And that is just what I hope to do with each class session we all get to spend together.
When I’m not in the yoga studio, I teach pottery classes, manage my family’s Bed & Breakfast and rock climb out on that radical rock!