Beth Reite, OTR/L, RYT
Beth has been practicing Occupational Therapy for many years. For eight+ years she worked at Harborview Medical Center in the inpatient rehab unit and for Rehab Without Walls providing home and community therapy. Her yoga training was through the Samarya Center (200h) and with Matthew Sanford. She now is in private practice where she provides Myofascial Release and Yoga at the Alder Grove Healing Arts Center. Her practice is called Flowing Touch Therapy PLLC, and can be found at http://www.flowingtouchtherapy.com
Julie Fournier, RYT-200
Julie studied yoga in Nepal before completing her 200h training at the Samarya Center in Seattle in 2013. Her interest in opening the practice of yoga to everyone is linked to her desire to promote social justice and her wish to help people access a greater sense of calm and well-being. She offers gentle and adaptive classes at various studios and community centers and pursues her adaptive yoga studies with Matthew Sanford.
Kelly Ballantyne, MA CCC-SLP, RYT-200
Kelly is a practicing Speech Pathologist at Swedish Hospital. She has been a yoga student for over 10 years and became an RYT-200 yoga teacher in 2014. Kelly continues to train in adaptive yoga with Matthew Sanford of Mind Body Solutions. Kelly brings an understanding of the body and what ails it to her teaching in addition to accessible spirituality very much rooted in real life. She speaks with honesty about life’s little and big frustrations and how the practice on the mat is practice for real life. In addition to the physical yoga practice Kelly hopes to promote a deeper relationship with the heart and true self through alignment, breath, and investigation of your unique body.
Nicole Hamilton, RYT-200
Nicole has been practicing yoga since 2010 and has been teaching since 2014. Grounded by breath, Nicole offers a gentle, healing approach to even the most powerful yoga poses. Trained in a variety of yoga styles – including hatha, yin and vinyasa – Nicole is most recently influenced by her training with Matthew Sanford. When she’s not teaching or on the mat herself, Nicole can be found in her South Seattle garden or exploring the mountains with her sweet dog, Astrid.