Chair Practices

Uplifting Winter Practices, 2023

‘Live’ via Zoom or by Recording

February 1 – March 22, 2023

Spring Practices – Breath & Twists

April 5 – June 28, 2023

( No class May 3)

10:30-11:45 a.m. Pacific Time

Pay what you are able for multiple practices, or pay per practice (drop-in).

Incorporate asana, breathing, and a pause into your daily routine for dynamic aging or as restorative breaks during your work day to counter the effects of sitting for long periods. Chair practices will be dynamic, gentle, and nurturing, easing joint pain and developing resilience, strength, and stability. You are not required to transition to and from the floor, however, practices will include standing forms, inviting your body through its full range of movement, with the potential to restore this capability.

Winter practices will be active and bright! These practices will address the damp, cold, dense, heavy, and sticky qualities of the winter or kapha season and are intended to bring a feeling of warmth and energy to the body and joy and clarity to the mind. Perhaps sun salutations and chair variations will take on new meaning for you! 

We’ll include energizing pranayama and guided meditations using the energy of the sun and light.

Working with Wendy in a class begins with her intention to create a brave and sacred space for each participant. She offers her discernment through one-on-one observation, and she generously shares guidance in the moment for immediate adjustments. I have also benefited from private sessions with Wendy in which I received helpful instruction to integrate into my home practice. All my encounters with Wendy are rewarding, and I look forward to each week.

~ Chéri H. Olney, Greenbank, WA, wellness and life-style coach

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I offer 3-tiered Sliding Scale Payment Options based on your current financial status.

Choose the level that is best for you now.

  • Regular: This is the cost that I would charge all students in the absence of a sliding scale. If you choose a level below this tier, you are receiving a discount. This level of payment is for you if you have access to financial security and spend little time worrying about securing necessities.
  • Discounted: This level of payment is for those who are able to meet their basic needs but have little-to-no expendable income. Paying at this level may qualify as a sacrifice but it would not create a hardship.
  • Supported: This is for those who struggle to meet basic needs such as housing, food, child care, health care, etc. Paying above this level would be a significant hardship. Please contact me if this level is still prohibitive.


  • single drop-in class
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Multiple Sessions

  • 4-week multiple classes
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Sliding Scale Payment Options

Sliding scale is a tool that allows my services to be obtained at multiple price points based on the circumstances of my students and clients. The sliding scale addresses economic justice and represents the idea that financial resources, including income, are not and should not be the only determining factor in whether or not someone can access services/care/etc. I have made a commitment to offering a sliding scale model as a way to contribute to a more equitable world.

For a sliding scale model to work, it relies on truthfulness, respect for complexity, and accountability. I trust you to be honest in your assessment of your financial reality. I do not receive any outside funding to supplement sliding scale discounts. This model is an attempt to balance the fair value of my time and energy and the multiple realities of economic access and privilege that exist within our community. I am open to ongoing communication about our economic experiences and this model.

Please choose the level that is best for you now.

Other Options use the Contact Form to:

  • offer an exchange
  • use a scholarship
  • purchase a recorded session

Proceeds Contributions

A portion of class proceeds will be contributed to organizations that are centering marginalized voices, at the intersection of spirituality and justice, and committed to creating a beloved community of mutual care.

Contributions in 2022 include:

  • Lake City Partners, Seattle WA mission is to end homelessness by providing shelter, respite care, work opportunities and other services, so that people have increased opportunities for stabilization, recovery, and permanent housing.
  • Young Women Empowered (Y-WE), Seattle WA cultivates the power of diverse young women to be creative leaders and courageous change makers through transformative programs within a collaborative community of belonging.
  • Cerddorion Vocal Ensemble, NYC, is on of New York City’s most highly regarded volunteer choral ensembles. It is known for its eclectic repertoire, interpretive depth, and technical expertise in many styles. In 2023 the ensemble will collaborate with The Unsung Collective. Since 2011, the ensemble annually offers world premiers from its Emerging Composers Competition.
  • Social Justice Fund (SJF), Seattle WA, is a foundation working at the frontlines of social change. SJF funds organizations led by people who are most directly affected by the problems that the organization or project is addressing. SJF uses Giving Projects, a unique participatory model which provides significant financial resources to organizations that work toward long-term progressive social change.