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Welcome to TAJ YOGA
  • Molly Harrigan
  • Becci Parsons
    seattle yoga studio
  • Dylan Noebels
  • Robin Werner
    robin werner
  • Kathleen Meehan Lorenzo
  • Tara Bernstein
    Tara Bernstein
  • Theresa Elliott

Molly Harrigan

Molly believes yoga holds medicine to help us heal, and people need opportunities to connect in community for a healthy quality of life. Yoga looks different in all bodies and has benefits that can be harvested regardless of ability. Classes require a balance of structure, challenge and play. Molly's teaching style blends various types of yoga practice and strives to meet students where they are at.

Molly has been practicing since 2005. She earned her 200- hour Ashtanga certificate from Samarya Center in Seattle in 2011 and is a RYT. In addition to her classes, she is also available for private lessons for people with and without disability. When not teaching yoga, Molly serves people with disabilities in outdoor recreation.




Ongoing classes at Taj Motion:

Tuesdays, 4:30 - 5:30pm, Yoga for People with Intellectual Disabilities (Special Needs) 

Cost:  $20/drop-In, 6 class series/$90

Becci Parsons

seattle yoga studio

Becci Parsons is a Guild Certified Feldenkrais Practitioner® and dancer with over 40 years of experience in the movement arts. She teaches community Awareness Through Movement® classes and workshops while maintaining a private practice in Seattle. Becci also leads study groups and mentoring programs for local practitioners. She is a part-time faculty in the Dance Department at Cornish College of the Arts and has served as guest faculty at the University of Utah Somatics and Dance Conference. Her work is dedicated to the mindful exploration of human vitality, grace and elegance through the study of "self in motion."

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Ongoing classes at Taj Motion:

Students may join a series in progress or drop in on a space available basis.
All of my classes are suitable for first time students.  If you have questions about your ability to participate, contact me. 

Tuesday, 6:30-7:45pm, Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement®
Friday, 10:00-11:30am, Deep Listening:Mindful Motion

Cost:  $20/drop-In, 6 class series/$90
Cost:  $20/drop-In, 5 class card/$90


Series and Workshops:

Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement®
Saturday Immersion Series

SAT Jan 27, February 17, March 24, 2018
From 1-4PM

1/27     Holy Rollers: Mobility and Stability
Foam Rollers + Classic Awareness Through Movement® Explorations = Heavenly FUN.

2/17     Flying Pelvises: Moving From Center
Shift, lift and swing your way to better skeletal alignment and true core support.  

3/24     Reactivity to Creativity: The Feldenkrais Method® and Chronic Pain
Gentle movement lessons designed to help you meet the moment when pain is your teacher.  *If you have questions about your ability to participate, please contact me.  Pain free students are also welcome to attend.  

TajMotion Studio
Crown Hill Community Center
9250 14th  Ave NW
Seattle, WA  98117

ADVANCE REGISTRATION: (space is limited)
$150 for all three sessions
$65 per session if space is available
Signup here

Becci Parsons – Guild Certified Feldenkrais Teacher®

Door Code Required For Entry

Bring a water bottle.  Light snacks provided.



Dylan Noebels

Dylan is eternally grateful to have learned yoga from Theresa Elliott and Kathryn Payne.  He keeps his early morning yoga classes challenging fun and friendly.

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Ongoing classes at Taj Motion:

Monday - Wednesday - Friday, 6:15 - 7:30am, Monthly Morning Immersion

Cost: Monthly Pass Available

Robin Werner

robin werner

Robin's yoga practice is fueled by his desire to find constructive, challenging ways to engage the body and mind that simultaneously promote safe movement and awareness. His dedication to anatomy and alignment is motivated by years working with physical therapists on his own rehabilitation. He's been extremely fortunate to study with teachers of both yoga and Gyrotonic who've guided him in applying those principles to movement and asana.

Robin regularly teaches in partnership with Kathleen Meehan Lorenzo. Their combined studies and shared interest in alignment based asana practice brings two keen perspectives to their classes. Robin is a graduate of Pacific Yoga's 500-hour Teacher Training Program.

Kathleen Meehan Lorenzo

Kathleen's yoga teaching is rooted in her belief that anyone can do yoga and that all bodies are yoga bodies. She helps her students meet their bodies where they are in the present moment and encourages them to learn safe movement and awareness while challenging themselves, both physically and mentally. Her focus on anatomy and alignment is motivated by her continued curiosity about the human body and how it works. She is fascinated by the inherent connection between the body and the mind and how the practice of yoga strengthens that connection.

Kathleen regularly teaches in partnership with Robin Werner. Their combined studies and shared interest in alignment based asana practice brings two keen perspectives to their classes.

Kathleen is a graduate of the Pacific Yoga 500-Hour Teacher Training program.

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Ongoing classes at Taj Motion:

Monday, 6:00 – 7:15pm, Beginning Stationary Postures 
Thursday, 7:15 - 8:30pm, Beginning Stationary Postures
Saturday, 8:30 – 9:45am, Multi-level Transitions (Vinyasa) 
Saturday, 10:00 – 11:15am, Yoga for Curvy Bodies

Cost: $18/drop-in, 5 classes/$80, 10 classes/$150



Introduction to Yoga Weekend Workshop

This weekend workshop will start from the very beginning, cover common beginning postures and give a broad glimpse into what a safe yoga practice is. The workshop is progressive, with an emphasis on alignment, prop work and safety, and helps prepare you for ongoing, beginner-level yoga classes. Perfect for anyone new to yoga or for those who are familiar with yoga, but still want a structured approach to the basics.
See Introduction to Yoga Weekend Workshop for dates and details.




Tara Bernstein

Tara Bernstein
Tara Bernstein started practicing yoga while teaching and choreographing modern dance in NYC and Seattle. She graduated From Sarah Lawrence College and is a Certified Iyengar yoga teacher.  She has travelled to India to study yoga in both Northern and Southern India.  She is the Director of the in-house studio, UNIVERSITY DISTRICT YOGA, which specializes in semi-private classes, allowing students of yoga to focus on their individual fitness goals and yoga poses.

 Whether you want to step back from a vigorous yoga workout and practice yoga more slowly or need to loosen up your stiff neck and shoulders, Tara’s Gentle Yoga class offers you an opportunity to change patterns for better balance. 

"Suppleness is not a weakness" Joan Skinner
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Ongoing classes at Taj Motion:

Wednesday, 10:00-11:15am, Gentle Yoga

Cost: $20 Drop-in, 5 classes/ $80, 10 classes/ $150

Theresa Elliott

"I love to move, and I love precision. It’s just that simple. Whether in stationary balance, spinning a hoop, or bolted to a platform, the state of being generated in me by these seemingly different activities is the same. Stillness and motion. They are two sides of the same coin, and presence doesn’t care if you are doing asana or Argentine Tango." Read More...

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Ongoing classes at Taj Motion:

Monday, 4:15 - 5:30pm, Multi-Level Stationary Postures
Tuesday, 9:15 - 10:30am, Yogadance
Thursday, 4:00 - 5:15pm, Mota Perpetua

Cost: $18/drop-in, 5 classes/$80, 10 classes/$150
Cost: $20/drop-in, 5 classes/$90, 10 classes/$170
Cost: $50/month


Series and Workshops:

Mona Perpetua, A community dance project for the over 40 crowd
Thursday’s, 4:15-5:30pm, starting March 8

This dance class and optional performances are for the dancer and dancer-wanna-be’s who thrive on movement, music and self-expression.  

In the weekly class, participants learn anatomically sound dance skills and have an opportunity to put them into practice through fun choreography.  Those who wish to perform can take it to the next level where we will focus on musicality, phrasing and enhancing performance quality through regular rehearsals. Click here for more information.

Skill In Vinyasa, 1st Sunday of the month, 9:00 - 11:30am

This vigorous class is open to those curious about how to move in yoga with grace and dignity. 5 years of some physical technical training, preferably yoga. Ability to do head and shoulder stand (or able to modify). Sense of humor a must. Or by instructors consent.

Cost: $30 drop-in, 5 class pass $125 (good for one year)

Yoga Teacher Training and Continuing Education with Theresa Elliott
Begins October 21, seven selected Saturdays
For instructors and students seeking depth and clarity in asana and vinyasa. This progressive series meets once a month and will focus on giving the participants the skill necessary to see and understand yoga asana and vinyasa at a core level.

Summer Yogadance Intensive, 2018
This 5-day intensive will delve into the rich relationship between music, body and mind through the study of Yogadance. Posture, stylized yoga sequences, and a broad range of music will be explored and combined to create a set work of yoga choreography.

See Summer 2018 Yogadance Intensive

Photo Yoga Shop, 2018

Want a high-quality photo of yourself to market your teaching, to document a pose in your life, or just for fun? Learn how to prepare for a photo shoot to get your best shot! Have your picture taken by professionals to create yoga images for use in flyers and web sites, or to give a loved one.

See Photo Yoga Shop, 2018




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