Feel your best and thrive every month of the year. Cedar Tree Yoga is located in downtown Bothell, offering yoga for all levels of experience. We believe that a healthy community starts with the wellbeing of every individual. Come to reconnect body, breath, and mind in a friendly, welcoming environment. Cedar Tree Yoga is presented by Evergreen Karate, rooted in the City of Bothell for over 20 years. Schedule a free class now!
Unlimited Monthly Membership (Non-Evergreen): $105/month
Evergreen Student/Family Discount: $75/month per student
Drop-in Rates: 10 Classes for $150 & 5 Classes for $110
Cedar Tree Yoga is located upstairs at the Clover Leaf Rebekah’s Lodge one block off Main Street in Bothell, Washington. The studio is newly remodeled with hardwood floors, high ceilings, and lots of natural light.
Address: 10116 NE 185th St, Bothell, WA 98011
Street parking is available and there is also a church parking lot across the street. City Hall in the opposite direction half a block also has a parking garage.
No proof of vaccination required and as of 03/12/2022, masks are optional. You can breathe easy though, the studio is heated to a normal room temperature, there is plenty of airflow, and lots of room to space out.
Vinyasa – This is a dynamic, fluid and creative form of yoga which utilizes the breath to flow from one pose to the next. Throughout class we move the body from the breath in an attentive way, creating unification of body, mind and spirit. Vinyasa classes contain sun salutations, seated poses, standing poses, twists, back-bends and inversions which are modified to meet the needs of all students.
Slow Flow – This is structured similarly to a vinyasa class including sun salutations and flowing from one posture to the next, but at a slower pace. Postures might be held a little longer moving mindfully from one pose to the next.
Funky Friday Flow – This is an energetic vinyasa flow class with a splash of fun! It offers a variety of postures to explore for you to take your practice outside the box. Start your weekend by changing your perspective, and possibly even going upside down!
Flow and Chill – The best of both worlds, Flow and Chill offers 40 minutes of slow-paced Vinyasa flow with 15 minutes of restorative posts and a meditative, restful savasana (corpse pose) for the final 3-5 minutes of class.
Arzu worked in the corporate world for many years until she found her true calling, teaching Yoga. Movement has always been an essential part of her life and with having a committed yoga practice now it is her heart and soul. Arzu is an internationally certified Vinyasa yoga instructor and also studied Power, Yin and Restorative styles of Yoga and Meditation. Her special focus is in Trauma Informed Yoga for which she is currently in training. She is passionate about teaching all levels from beginners to seasoned yogis and helping others find the sense of healing, empowerment and balance starting on the mat. In her classes she focuses on creating a safe, fun and delightful practice through breath, movement and mindfulness. Her hobbies include practicing yoga outdoors, swimming, paddle boarding and exploring the globe.
Heather has been teaching yoga for over 10 years; and practicing for over 20. She really wants people to know that yoga should be FUN. You should laugh while doing yoga. It’s a practice for finding a balance between stretch and strength, and a better mind-body connection, and to learn to control your reactions to the world around you. Everyone can do yoga, no matter how strong or how flexible, just be brave and try…then try again and again and again.
I have been a certified yoga instructor since 2012, though I will always consider myself to be a lifelong student of yoga. I teach primarily vinyasa, hatha, and restorative yoga. My classes incorporate pranayama, chanting, exploratory and anatomy focused asana, and encourage a moving and mindful meditation. With the breath as the anchor, you are able to move through the waves of the mind to get below the surface to the deep ocean of the Self. Yoga has provided me with a way to transcend the boundaries I’ve created for my own potential. To surrender to the present moment. To connect me back to my infinite, timeless, and divine Self. The yoga practice not only connects me to my place in the universe, but to all living beings. In practicing together, I hope to facilitate an experience to help you connect with YOUR divine heart and spirit. When I’m not on my mat, I work as a pediatric occupational therapist. You can find me indoors cozying up with a good book in the cold months, and outdoors in the warm months hiking or exploring the PNW with my partner and dog.
Rebecca Parrish is a 500-hour certified yoga teacher, mental health therapist and coach. She sees yoga as an accessible tool for students to connect their minds with their bodies and see their actions more clearly. Her hope is that the practice encourages students to be curious, ask questions and believe in their own abilities. She feels lucky to be able to support students through this practice, as she feels yoga can be a catalyst for sustainable self-growth and change. Yoga has made an invaluable impact on her own life, and she loves sharing what she’s learned and continues to learn with others. She brings an accepting attitude and compassionate approach to the challenge of yoga as self-study or self-care.
Kelly George is a 200 hour registered yoga instructor who is trained in the Ashtanga Vinyasa tradition and is the creator of Sacred Flow Holistics – Yoga + Sound. She has been practicing yoga for over 18 years and has a deep passion for sharing embodied practices that honor the mind-body-spirit connection. Kelly also earned a Masters Degree in Cultural Studies from the University of Washington-Bothell where her research focused on utilizing alternative pedagogies, such as indigenous knowledge, yoga, and mindfulness/meditation, as a tool to recognize our quantum physical interconnection to all of the web of life. She incorporates mindful meditation into every class and emphasizes the importance of alignment and balance, both on and off the mat. In addition to teaching in the studio and giving private sessions, Kelly has also led a yoga-focused university study abroad program to Oaxaca, Mexico and has facilitated several yoga workshops and retreats. She has also become certified in the Vibrational Sound Therapy healing modality and enjoys offering private sessions and facilitating group sound baths. She is a mother of two teenagers, a dedicated tree-hugging environmentalist, and a social justice ally. Forever the student, Kelly loves to travel, read, connect with friends, and spend as much time in the company of trees, water, and mountains as possible. Community building and promoting self-care are just some of her main goals in sharing her love of yoga. Kelly is beyond excited to join the Cedar Tree Yoga family.
A free spirit at heart, Anastacia loves to dance, sing, travel, and to seek inspiration
from nature. Her teaching style reflects this love. She believes in a holistic approach to
the practice and creates a safe space where all are welcome. Her classes are
thoughtful and deliberate, grown strong from the notion that yoga is meditation through movement driven by the breath. You can expect pranayama, mantra, as well as creative sequences and playfulness in her class. Anastacia continues to evolve her practice, honoring her teachers and the lineage of Yoga. She completed her first 200 YTT in 2016 at the Association of Yoga and Meditation in India. The following year she completed another 200 YTT at the Lila School of Vinyasa Yoga in Vancouver, B.C. It was here she found her passion for vinyasa yoga, learning from Clara Roberts-Oss and Carolyn Anne Budgell. In 2020, she completed a 50 hr Yin Yoga teacher training with Bernie Clark and Diana Batts. When not on her mat, Anastacia spends her time beekeeping, climbing trees, and talking to her plants. She is also a Licensed Massage Therapist and photographer.
Whitney Neugebauer – Program Director
Whitney is the program director for Cedar Tree Yoga. She’s practiced yoga since 2009 and completed a 200 hour teaching certification in 2015. She finds yoga to be a perfect way to de-stress and keep the body healthy through all stages of life, including two pregnancies. She previously was the youth jiu jitsu program director at Evergreen Karate and Jiu Jitsu. She is a brown belt under Bryan after receiving her purple belt from Justin Angelos and her blue belt from second-degree black belt Keith Owen. She began Jiu Jitsu after 15 years of competitive gymnastics. She coached gymnastics for three years before coming to Evergreen and holds a Masters Degree from the School of Marine and Environmental Affairs at the University of Washington. She also runs her own 501(c)3 non-profit, Whale Scout.
Do I need to be flexible to do yoga?
No! As you continue your practice you may notice a deepening in your postures and an increase in physical strength and stability. All classes are designed for all levels with a variety of modifications and variations offered for every pose.
Is this hot yoga?
The studio at Cedar Tree Yoga is set to a comfortable room temperature, between 68 – 72 degrees.
I haven’t been practicing yoga for a long time- which classes are right for me?
All classes are designed for all levels. We suggest trying a couple classes and seeing what fits your schedule and needs.
How do I sign up?
Everyone is welcome to come try a class for free! Please contact our office manager Beau to sign up for classes at firstname.lastname@example.org.