in-person: Sustainable Practice
Saturday, December 2 • 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Columbia City Healing Space, 4741 Rainier Ave South
Stephen Hartnett
Stephen started practicing yoga in 2001 in Seattle under the guidance of his first teacher, Matt Meko. After years of looking for ways to heal from various injuries and health challenges, he found a great deal of relief in the breath practices of pranayama. Stephen decided to take his yoga practice deeper by studying at Lotus Yoga, there he earned his RYT 200-hour certification in 2017, Stephen is currently completing his 500-hour certification with Lotus. Stephen is registered with the Yoga Alliance. Stephen offers private and group classes. He teaches at Lotus Yoga in Columbia City and Tukwila Village Senior Center among other venues. His classes happen on the mat, in the chair, online and sometimes in the park! Stephen also teaches Goat Yoga at the Wobbly Ranch in Snohomish when classes are in session. When he is not teaching yoga, he can be found wandering the neighborhoods of South Seattle with groups of dogs on leash or teaching students French and English!
This is the IN-PERSON option of the hybrid class that offers both in-person and online options for the same class.

Preregistration required - space is limited.

Class Payments:
We are a collective!
Pay teacher directly for each single class via QR code above
- Sliding Scale $10.00
- Sustaining Rate $18.00
- Pay It Forward $25.00

All bodies are welcome!

More details about CCHS location and parking:
Columbia City Healing Space is located on the NORTH side of the PCC Market in Columbia City, with ample free parking. Entrance to the parking area is from either side of the PCC from Edmunds Street or Rainier Ave.
If you are parking in the lot, pick up a parking pass from the Columbia City Healing Space to park in the lot. You will likely be ticketed with-out the pass, so please remember to pick up a parking pass! Passes will be visibly placed by the door before class. Please return these passes at the end of class. Shoes may be placed on the shoe rack to your left against the wall.

You will notice a sign on the door to maintain quiet in the entry area when clients are in session in treatment rooms.

There is a bathroom at the end of the hallway. The Yoga room is directly across from the main entrance and slightly to the right behind a sliding door, which will be open until class starts. If you arrive late, and the front door is locked, please ring the doorbell and wait for the teacher to let you in.

- COVID safety protocols in place for details see: