Ripple and the St Baldrick’s Foundation

Ripple Yoga is proud to be a supporter of the St. Baldrick’s Foundation for Children’s cancer research and is putting together a team to raise money at this year’s head shaving event at Fado’s Irish Pub in downtown Seattle.  Come join us and the Ripple community and watch Gary get his head shaved.  You can volunteer to get your head shaved or donate to a worthy cause by clicking here:  Ripple Team.

See you there, and remember sometimes baldness is only temporary!!!



St Baldricks

February Newsletter

We just released our February NewsLetter!!!

Click here for link:  Newsletter



On February 16th Ripple Yoga turned two months old and we have begun to walk. We have close to 100 people in the Ripple Yoga community and it has been a pleasure to get to know each of you. We welcome any and all feedback on the studio, our teaching and classes and anything else that you can think of because it is your studio, we are just here to provide a safe and open environment for you to have a successful practice.


-Gary, Jordana and Michele







I began my yoga journey in 2007 while living in Santa Cruz, California. I enthusiastically became devoted. I would feel euphoric, dreamy, strong and on top of the world after leaving class. I began to daydream about teaching yoga and although yoga would be in and out of my life for a few years to follow, it was always there. After practicing in Seattle, WA since 2010, I began to feel at home and part of a community. I started to smile more and I couldn’t wait to get to my next class. My body started to take transformation not only from the outside but most importantly within. I started to become comfortable in my own skin and it became apparent that it was radiating throughout my entire being. I had a fresh pair of unfiltered eyes. In 2013, I graduated from yoga teacher training and made my dream come true. From the placidity I get from my daily practice to the tranquility of my breath that moves me through the ebb and flow; yoga has changed my life entirely! I have learned so much about myself and how important it is to nourish and take care of my body; my temple. Most importantly, yoga has taught me patience and compassion not only for myself but also for others. I would like to offer my experience and support while teaching others. No matter what physical level you are at I am here to guide and challenge you in strengthening your body and lengthening your muscles. In doing so you will find beauty, balance, inspiration and serenity in your life.




St. Baldrick’s

St Baldricks

Join the Ripple Community and see Gary get his head shaved to support Children’s Cancer research. We are setting a fundraising goal of $500 for team Ripple and everyone is welcome to come down to Fado Pub on March 6th at 5pm to have some fun.

Click HERE to join the Ripple team and to donate.




Have you tried Yin Yoga?

Ripple Yoga offers Yin Yoga two times a week on Saturday and Sunday at 1:30 PM and is fast becoming one of the most popular classes that we offer.  Yin is a silent moving meditation, practiced entirely on the mat, where we work on the connective tissue rather than the muscles.  By working on our tendons, ligaments and fascia tissue in a warm room (~85 degrees) we can add between 20 and 30% of additional range of motion and also go a long way towards preventing future injuries.  Yin also helps in the healing process for older injuries and is a great practice not only for the everyday yogi, but for amateur athletes who want to feel great after their sport of choice.

Come check out Yin on Saturday’s and Sunday’s!!



New Sports Health Series

Ripple Yoga will begin to offer yoga workshops specifically designed for different types of athletes!  Our first class series will be specially designed for volleyball players.  If you play volleyball, come check it out.

Are you a volleyball player?  If so, then this yoga series is for you.  The volleyball series at Ripple yoga is a 4 week workshop specially designed for volleyball players.  The owner of the studio, Gary Beebe, is a current indoor and outdoor volleyball enthusiast and former semi professional beach volleyball player, and has taken great care to design a series of yoga classes to benefit volleyball players.  We will work on all key muscle groups and focus on joint health in all the areas where volleyball effects the body.

Why take this series?
Injury prevention.  Yoga has been proven to reduce injury and this series is designed to specifically improve the joints and muscles that are most commonly injured on the court.
Injury healing.  If you have any old or nagging injuries, this series will work to heal them in a natural and safe environment.
Increased performance.  Healthier joints and stronger, leaner and more flexible muscles will lead to increased performance on the court!
You will also learn about how the body is used in volleyball, and receive exercise and stretching information on hos to continue this strengthening and healing program on your own.
The cost is only $99 for four one hour classes starting Saturday March 1st at 10:30 am.
Click on the Sports and Health Series on the home page and then click on “Enrollments”.