It's a majestic sanctuary where a community comes together to strengthen their mind, body, and soul.
"I think it's a really reverent space, really inspirational,” said Chihuly Garden and Glass Executive Director Michelle Bufano. “If you look at what's surrounding us, the gardens and the installation above our heads -- it couldn't be any more perfect to combine art and inspiration in one place for yoga."
"Chihuly Garden and Glass is such a beautiful art exhibition,” said Zaccaria. “It does really enhance the experience of being connected to yourself."
Class goers practice underneath the glassworks and can look directly at the Space Needle.
"The Space Needle, you're literally right below it and you're under these big glass sculpture and you get to see the trees,” said Zaccaria. “You almost get to have the whole Seattle experience in one shot."
It's the kind of community, where you'll always feel at home. The class is almost always full, but it’s welcoming.
"You're more in the sea of people,” said Zaccaria. “So, you're less apt to feel ‘Oh my gosh I don't know what I’m doing.’"
Breathing and learning together through a truly unique and transformative experience.
"By the end, you feel really empowered, and you have a growth experience that pushes yourself out of your comfort zone,” said Zaccaria.
The bi-monthly classes are $24 and do tend to sell out. Tickets for October and November classes are on sale now.