To embrace the flow allowing for grace and connection. To live life with joy, strength, freedom and without inhibition. To share this liberation with the world as I dance with life and live with love
Since opening in 2012, Live Love Flow (LLF) is Seattle’s Premier Indoor Cycling and Yoga fusion studio. At LLF, we understand that while yoga can stand alone as a whole practice, the intensity of an Indoor cycle program has a wide range of additional benefits to the cardiorespiratory system that complements yoga beautifully or can stand on its own for an athletic challenge. The combination of both halves of our studio help our students not only increase strength and stability, but the fluidity, increased range of motion, mindfulness and presence emphasized in Flow Yoga permeate every class we teach, Yoga is the common thread and every class is taught with flow.
Live Love Flow – Capitol Hill is a unique concept studio with 3000 square feet of space housing two beautiful studios. Our cycling studio offers 35 high-performance Keiser indoor cycles with a phenomenal sound system and top-notch instructors to push your endurance boundaries and keep you inspired. Our tranquil Yoga studio is heated to 92 degrees to help your body find fluid grace in your asana, while the high ceilings and soft natural light help you find a quiet mind for your practice.
Live Love Flow – Madison Valley (Not heated Yoga Studio) was born out of our desire to provide a joyful yoga experience that is meaningful, and accessible to people of all ages and abilities. We understand that practitioners come to yoga at all stages of life and for many different reasons. Whether to help heal an injury, manage stress, sleep better, prepare for giving birth or parenting, improve flexibility and strength, or to feel good, you are welcomed exactly as you are.
LLF has been the recipient of recognition in Daily Candy, Seattle Metropolitan Magazine as one of Seattle’s Top Yoga studios (December 2010), and in Seattle Weekly for offering the best out-door Yoga classes. LLF has also received several mentions in Seattle Magazine as a neighborhood hot-spot for Madrona.