- $60 for 60 days of unlimited yoga classes for new clients only ($300 value)
See the class schedule here.
Kylie and Brandon Sutton both grew up playing sports in Canada, and they both turned to yoga to combat all the strain that sports placed on their bodies. They soon discovered heated Modo yoga, a Hatha yoga practice that has been embraced around the world for its therapeutic benefits, laid-back attitude, and commitment to environmentally conscious living.
In 2013, the duo moved to Seattle and decided to open up their own Modo Yoga studio. The Suttons and their fellow instructors—many of whom are fellow former athletes—now teach students Modo's series of 40 postures and breathing exercises. Some classes, such as Modo Flow, incorporate music and are traditionally faster than classic Modo classes. Others eschew Modo poses in favor of those from Yin or Power Flow yoga.
After class, students can place their mat in the mat-drying room and then change in the 3,400-square-foot facility's two locker rooms. The locker rooms are equipped with nine showers, a necessity in a place where classes are heated to about 99 degrees with 50% humidity. The eco-friendly studio also boasts cork floors, renewable energy, VOC-free paint, and filtered faucets.