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Wisteria Moon Yoga Studio

Wisteria Moon yoga studio is located on colonized land of the Salish Indigenous peoples. In the heart of West Olympia, it is cozily nestled within tall trees and a garden. As you walk up to the studio, depending on the season, you may notice the resident hummingbirds and other beautiful birds welcoming you, the smell of honeysuckle, lilacs, roses, jasmine, and the subtle luminosity of nature spirits dancing all around you. You might experience a deep breath of relief and peace as you step through the arch way and into a serene environment with the sound of water flowing. The studio itself is an old converted garage turned into simple sacred space where healing and an invitation to explore and rest into your connection to source and create deep connections with others await you. From inside the studio, you might hear chanting, laughter, the gong, good beats, good cries and sighs, hoots of celebration and/or deep silence. It is all welcome here. You are welcome here, no matter your gender, race, shape, age, ability... We practice tolerance and respect of eachother's paths and histories. We also celebrate and tend to our mutuality of being human with souls, hearts, and radiant minds.

There is one step into the studio but a bathroom lives in the home with a couple steps into the home.

We are always working on ways to make the sanctuary more accessible. We try to keep the inside space scent free but the outside flowers can be strong at certain times.

We are located at 1423 Conger Ave NW. The studio is in back of the periwinkle house. There is ample parking two doors down at the corner of Rogers and Conger (near day-care center). You are also welcome to park right in front of our house and to be mindful that we are located in a sweet and quiet neighborhood.

Please email Jessica for information regarding start dates and pre-registration for classes and retreats held here. See you in the sanctuary!

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