Whether you’re a competitive speedster or a slow-moving vessel, there’s fun for all aboard.
Nicole Tsong, who loves movement in all forms, is a yoga teacher and a writer. She teaches yoga at studios around Seattle and has written her column Fit for Life in Pacific NW magazine since 2012. You can reach her at email@example.com and learn more at nicoletsong.com.
Hip-swiveling sass is important from the start, but then come the complicated posture, partner work and turns.
Seattle restaurateur Maria Hines creates her own go-to/to-go nutrient bars for endurance activities | Fit for Life
The chef and owner of Tilth and Agrodolce says these Macadamia-Banana Crunch Bars are easy to digest, keep the engine running and taste amazing.
Inviting goats to your yoga class will keep you relaxed and smiling (if you don’t mind them climbing on your back occasionally).
Once you listen to the parts of your body that aren’t speaking, you can slowly move through stiffness or tightness.
Gravity is your friend during an intense workout that’ll bring you to your knees | Fit for Life VIEW
You’ll hit the ground crawling as you work to master the inchworm and the lizard.
You’ll work your tail off trying to keep up (or under) with these mesmerizing mermaids.
Nicole Tsong borrows a ride from Rad Power Bikes and learns the power really helps you pedal.
You’ll feel the restorative challenge of Yoga Vibe classes from your head to your toes | Fit for Life
Vibration boards activate muscles you might not normally access, so you can notice body imbalances more quickly.
Strolling through Seattle can improve your health and introduce you to your city, and to your neighbors.