Spring Renewal Retreat

A Weekend of Offerings to Step into Spring 

March 21 and 22

IN PERSON and ZOOM integrated options for all sessions!



9:30-11 am Opening Ceremony & Spring Intentions Asana with Lyndz

Embrace the Spring Equinox with a special vinyasa practice exploring the balance of energies, renewal and awakening of another  season

7-8:30 pm Nourish and Restore with Claire

Drop into a slow soulful practice on Spring Equinox to nourish and begin again.



9-11am 108 Sun Salutations Ceremony with Jenna

Join us in a moving meditation as we bow to the sun 108 time, together in community. As a ritual of devotion participants are encouraged to contribute to an altar that we will build together as we practice with intention

11:30-1 Arm Balance Play-shop with Liza

Drop your attachment to outcome and open to play and possibility, applying the yogic concept of Lila in the journey to arm balancing. Note: everything is invitational and participation does not require mastery of any pose!

1:30-3 Closing Ceremony & Planting Seeds for Self Care with Kelly

As we finish our weekend of awakening from winter, join Kelly in a grounding session of connecting inward. Spring is a powerful time for renewal, and in our time together, we’ll share some mediation, breathwork, and journaling with the intention of releasing what is is heavy and clearing the space to create sustainable practices of self-care and intention setting for the season ahead!

All Offerings Available on a Sliding Scale

Each in studio offering $20-40

Full Zoom access from home $18-180

(recordings sent each night to all who register online)

All Proceeds Go To Lyndia's Place

a nonprofit, community-based agency serving individuals and families experiencing homelessness in Whatcom County

The Art of Seeing and Language: 

Alignment & Functional Cueing Module

with Claire Stetina 

Coming Fall 2021

Schedule TBD

Investment: $340 In Studio // $270 Live Zoom

(20 CE available for Yoga Instructors and students in BYC Advanced Studies Program)

Foundational Training in Trauma Center-Trauma Sensitive Yoga 


April 25 and May 23  2021


This training is a professional training designed for yoga teachers, social workers, educators, mental health professionals, and other service providers interested in deepening their understanding of the complexities of systemic and interpersonal trauma, the impact of complex trauma on the nervous system and how a trauma informed yoga practice can assist in integrating healing. This training emphasizes core concepts that inform using movement and breath through the ancient practice of yoga as a tool to aid in healing from trauma. Individuals completing this training will learn how existing in systems of oppression creates and perpetuates trauma, the impact of long term trauma on the brain, body, and relationships, and how to develop a trauma-informed lens based on these understandings.


TCTSY is an evidence-based adjunctive treatment for complex trauma and treatment-resistant Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and was the first yoga practice to be listed on the SAMSHA’s US-based directory of evidence-based practices. It was developed in collaboration with the Trauma Center in Brookline, Massachusetts and is the foundational program of the Center for Trauma and Embodiment at the Justice Resource Institute. This body-based practice based on sound research is utilized with children, youth, and adults throughout the United States and in dozens of countries around the world. This 20-hour training qualifies as the prerequisite for the 300-hour Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga certification program.

You do not need to be a yoga teacher or a licensed professional to attend this training. Although this training is conducted professionally through a trauma-informed lens with compassion and care to the content discussed, developing skills and building collective resilience may be potentially draining or triggering for some. Please be prepared with a self-care plan and network of support for our weekend together.  

*A portion of your weekend training fee will go into a scholarship fund supporting people who have experienced oppression and trauma to complete the 300-hour certification program. Thank you for your support!


Alli Ewing is a yoga teacher and trainer passionate about empowering people to discover their own ability to find healing and connection from within. She was inspired by her background in Special Education, her Peace Corps service as a Health Education Volunteer in Tanzania, and work with youth in foster care to integrate methodologies that promote and empower individualized healing. She completed her 200-hour teacher training in Taoist Yoga and has completed her 300-hour advanced teacher training in Trauma Center-Trauma Sensitive Yoga - an evidence based methodology developed specifically for facilitating yoga with individuals who have experienced chronic abuse, neglect, and PTSD. She has been offering trainings in the States and internationally since 2010. Alli has additional experience teaching yoga with children with special needs, refugees, pre/postnatal/birth trauma, and youth in residential treatment and foster care.

For more info, visit

Investment: Self determined sliding scale $300- $350- $400

(20 CE available for Yoga Instructors and students in BYC Advanced Studies Program)

Yin Yoga Training

with Leah Adams


May 28-30 & June 4-6

Friday/ Sunday 8:30-4

Saturday 11-6:30


Understand the foundational concepts of yin, the origin of yin yoga, teaching methodology, and the physical & energetic anatomy of the poses for the lower and upper body. Learn how to use the first foundation of mindfulness as an anchor in the yin practice. Explore  yin and yang philosophy and uncover how the meridians mapped out in traditional Chinese medicine can be drawn upon to enhance and balance energy.


(50 CE available for Yoga Instructors and students in BYC Advanced Studies Program) 

Bali Yoga & Meditation Immersion

with Claire Stetina (50 CE Hours)

January 15-22, 2022

This yoga retreat spans 8 days, 7 nights and two locations. You will arrive in Ubud, the wellness hub of Asia to stay at an Ayurvedic wellness center and spa for 4 days to explore the unique culture and traditions of Bali. Next you will transfer as a group to the rural Northern Balinese coast for 4 days to dive into practice while relaxing on the beach and exploring the jungle. All Inclusive Experience.

(40 CE available for Yoga Instructors and students in BYC Advanced Studies Program)

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