SLOW IS THE NEW STRONG challenge – FREE for members!
We are excited to announce that another edition of our Self-Love, Self-Care Challenge is around the corner, just in time for Indian summer and early Fall. For 7 Days, we will focus on shoulders and hips in our Self-Love, Self-Care: Shoulder & hip mobility starting on Monday, September 13 running until Sunday, September 19!
Melt away the tension in just 21 minutes each day. We will be dedicating the challenge on creating more space in our shoulders and hips to release the stagnant energy that has manifested there throughout the day and over this year. This challenge will be therapeutic for everyone, and we will target the muscles we all use every day in our daily activities. At the end of each session there will be short guided meditation to seal in our practice.
7 Days of Self-Love, Self-Care w/ Datza – FREE for members!
Costs: Studio members & New client 1 month unlimited (those who are on one monthly plan or 1 year pre paid plan) — complimentary
You must purchase the pass by September 12, 4:00pm
Investment in You $21
Livestream times will be published on September 12, 2021
Each participant will get welcoming video on September 12, 2021
Registration deadline: 09/12/2021 at 4:00 pm
As part of the challenge, learn how to detox your mind, re focus and re energize your whole being.
Show up for yourself every day for 7 days with 21 min livestream or re stream (re stream links will be available till October 19).
What you can expect from the shoulder and hip mobility challenge;
- Improvement in flexibility and range of motion within shoulders & hips
- Gain a sense of mindfulness and clarity
- Creation and reinforcement of positive habits that will change your life
Datza was immediately captivated by and drawn to yoga in the early 2000s: her background in dance and fitness had already primed her for a fascination with body/mind centric practices. She was born and raised in Latvia, a beautiful fairy-tale like country in Europe, and she started to explore other countries and cultures in her late teens. Eventually, she landed in Seattle. Datza loves all kind of movement: dancing, kickboxing, paddle boarding, hiking, yoga moving, and more. She truly believes that movement heals and invites you to treat your body with respect. Her classes are upbeat with a supportive attitude. Datza teaches a variety of different classes from creative and dynamic vinyasa flows to restorative and grounding slow flow classes. Her latest passion is to create challenges to boost self-love and self-respect. What to expect in Datza’s classes: Datza’s classes are challenging yet comforting. She gives you tools to cultivate presence and awareness as well as build self-confidence.