Upcoming workshops, a visit from Nicolai Bachman, and a Happy New Year 
from 8 Limbs founder Anne Phyfe Palmer.
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Anne Phyfe Palmer,
8 Limbs Founder
8 Limbs  I  Letter from the Founder

Twenty years ago on this date I was driving home from a road trip to Wyoming. I was twenty-five and I had just fallen in love with yoga. 

That snowy night, between Idaho and the Cascades, my traveling partner asked me a question that altered the course of my life. The question was "If you could open a business what would it be?" and the answer, without a second thought, and out of thin air, was "a yoga studio."

Nine month later, 8 Limbs Yoga Center opened on Capitol Hill above Brocklind's Formalwear. It was impulsive, it was audacious, but I can't say I regret it.

Read the full story, plus 8 Limbs Teacher Anniversaries and plans for 2016 on the 8 Limbs Blog

This New Year's Day my question to you is: "If you could do anything, what would it be?" 
Take some time today to think big; New Year's questions can change futures! 

See below for some wonderful workshops to ring in the New Year. Register online, all are close to if full already. I'll also have a special New Year focus when I sub on Saturday at 4:30pm at 8 Limbs Phinney Ridge. I hope to see some of you then. 

Happy New Year to all!

Anne Phyfe Palmer, Founder & Studio Director
8 Limbs Yoga Centers
Many Paths Book Club: The Yoga of Literature

Please join us in February for the 2nd installment of our Many Paths Book Club! 8 Limbs Teacher Karen Gamble will be hosting as we gather to discuss Brian Leaf's book Misadventures of a Garden State Yogi. Both funny and insightful, this book shares Leaf's journey to regaining his health through yoga.

February 16th, 2016, 7:15 - 8:45pm, 8 Limbs Phinney Ridge.

This event is free; tea and treats provided; bring a friend!

Read more about Many Paths here
Two Spots Just Opened in our Spring Retreat!
We have a unique opportunity for our upcoming spring retreat in Haramara, Mexico - two additional dorm spots have just opened up! The dorm is the most economical option for this retreat and one of these spots could be yours! These spots are only open through Tuesday, January 12th so you need to decide quickly. These will likely sell fast as our retreats tend to fill. Cost for the dorm is $1,500 and it is a women-only dorm. This covers all meals, use of the beautiful facilities at Haramara, as well as all yoga classes and practices with your three amazing retreat instructors - Leisha Davis, MJ Daniels, and Anne Phyfe Palmer.
Visit this page to learn more about the retreat and call 206.325.8221 to register.
Updated Website in the Works

Thanks to the fine designers at Karass Creative, the tireless efforts of our admin team and Bez Palmer, and all of you who responded to our user survey, our website is getting a fresh, mobile-friendly face! We are so excited to be rolling out our new look... sometime in January!
  New Year's Day Workshops

  January Workshops and Series


Capitol Hill with Kathleen, January 5 - February 9
Phinney Ridge with Karen, January 7 - February 11
West Seattle with Alex, January 4 - February 15 (no class 1/18)
Wedgwood with Misha, January 5 - February 9

Capitol Hill with Jenny Hayo, January 6 - February 10

NEW! - Community Giving Partnership with Street Yoga
Everyone deserves access to the healing benefits that yoga and mindfulness offer. Once a young person learns how to focus their breath or feel safe in their bodies, we have empowered them with a skill set they can draw on for the rest of their lives. A toolkit for becoming centered, calm, in control, responsive instead of reactionary and with a sense of their individual purpose and inherent alive-ness. This is something that no one can ever take away from them no matter how transient or chaotic their life is, their economic status, family history, or their educational or career opportunities.
Learn more about Street Yoga

Join one of the most professional and comprehensive Children's Yoga Teacher Training programs available, and learn to teach a holistic class that uses all aspects of the yoga practice to meet children's physical, emotional, and social needs. Classes incorporate yoga and mindfulness activities that help children connect to themselves & their community, access the power of their breath, develop focus & concentration, find strength, balance, and confidence through physical movement, recognize and regulate their own emotions, and learn how to nurture themselves through relaxation.

Level One: Foundations of Children's Yoga: Creating Safe & Engaging Experiences
January 29-31, 2016

Learn more about Little Flower here
Help Wanted

8 Limbs Capitol Hill needs a Front Desk Work Study on Saturday afternoons.  Please contact the manager at capitolhill@8limbsyoga.com for more details.

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