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Photo op of Graduating Class 2019 for family members.

Senior yoga teachers Elizabeth Gray and Karen Guzak partnered to bring the ultimate in yoga teacher training to Snohomish.

The 200-hour Yoga Alliance Certified program immerses the student in the teachings and practices of Viniyoga, a style of yoga that adapts the various means and methods of practice to the unique condition, needs, and interests of each individual.

The seven-month training began January 10, 2019, and culminated in a five-day, four-night yoga retreat in July at the North Cascades Institue.

Elizabeth Gray
Elizabeth Gray, the founder of Sarva Yoga Therapy, has completed a 200-hour yoga teacher certification with 8 Limbs Yoga Centers and a 500-hour certification with Essential Yoga Therapy in the Viniyoga tradition. She is also an IAYT Certified Yoga Therapist. Elizabeth is passionate about helping students positively transform their lives through the practice of Yoga.
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Karen Guzak, the owner of Yoga Circle Studio, has been practicing yoga for 29 years and teaching for 19. She has earned a reputation for her abilities to teach to each student’s individual need. She continually collaborates and studies with several other master teachers to expand her knowledge of yoga. Grace and Humor guide her.

Please note the links above were for the Class 2019, if you are interested in the 200 Hour Yoga Training course to be offered in 2020, please contact Elizabeth or Karen.

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Class of 2019!

The Graduating Class 2019: (From Left to Right) Elizabeth Gray, Instructor; Candace McKenna; Jody Bernston; Elaine McClain; Carrie Blair; Zarabeth Wilkins; Jennifer Condon; Ellen Lipinski; Donna Witte; Charlene Hoffman; Denise Mayer; Shelby Campbell; Susan Fusillo; Emily Painter; Rocky Angell; Bana Leiker; Juliana Rose; and Karen Guzak, Instructor.

warnerblake imageThe Graduation Reception for students and family members was held on July 30th at AngelArmsWorks Studio where much of the training was held beginning in Janurary 2019. Elizabeth Gray presented a review of the past six months with pictures and stories.

warner blake imageEmily Painter gave a touching tribute to the inspiration of a being part of the extraordinary group of women upon receiving her dipolma, and closed with a plea for the new teachers to share this power with their students.

Warner Blake imageInstructor Karen received a dipolmia as well though she has over 2,000 hours of teaching experience, but now 200 hours are certified by the Yoga Alliance.

warner blake imageDonna Witte took the lead presenting the class members’ gift to Elizabeth and Karen.

We added a Flickr account, password: “Class2019” for your pictures … check out what Karen found on Facebook (not everybody uses FB these days).

Yoga Circle Studio

Karen Guzak opened the studio in 2003 to provide a beautiful and welcoming place for the practice of yoga. In 2012, Elizabeth Gray joined the circle as a teacher. The studio features a cork floor and is fully equipped with blankets, bolsters, blocks, and straps. As well as, a small kitchen, gift shop, and a lending library is available to enhance your yoga studies.

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Yoga practice in the AngelArmsWorks Studio.

Training will take place in two locations: Primary in the studio at 707 Pine Avenue and, secondarily at Karen’s art studio called AngelArmsWorks as it’s in a renovated church located at 230 Avenue B, corner of Third and Avenue B — a 15 minute walk away, in the Historic District of Snohomish.

Karen and Elizabeth encourage a visit, perhaps take a class which is the best way to enjoy the studio. They welcome your questions.

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