Activities in Shoreline


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  • Richmond Beach Yoga
    Richmond Beach Yoga helps rejuvenate minds and bodies with yoga classes that are filled with modifications for all types of bodies and that take place in a warm studio flooded with natural light. Members can retreat to 26 classes per week, including Hatha for all levels, flowing Vinyasa, limb-stretching Yin, relaxing Gentle yoga, and calming Yoga Breathing. Yogadance, a special series taught at the studio, encourages members to express themselves through yoga poses combined with dance moves. Richmond Beach Yoga also offers prenatal classes designed to mitigate pregnancy aches, as well as meditation classes that bring peace to stressful lives. Richmond Beach Yoga even has a yoga philosophy class that discusses important questions, such as "What is our true nature?" or "How can I deal with road rage without throwing my lunch at other cars?"
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    621 NW Richmond Beach Rd.
    Shoreline, WA US
  • Spin Alley Bowling Center
    During the day, the space echoes with sounds like thunderclaps, but on weekend nights, black lights and thumping music move in and take over. It could be one of two things: a bowling alley or a rave on Mount Olympus. Spin Alley Bowling Center is the former?a playground for friendly competition, where mythology is made with every 7-10 split or series of strikes. This bowling alley features five big-box speakers and a large screen that broadcasts music videos, as well as a full bar and a restaurant that dishes out piping-hot pizzas. Every Friday and Saturday night, Spin Alley lets its hair down during cosmic bowling, a multisensual experience where sound, light, and fog add a festive element to the game.
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    1430 NW Richmond Beach Rd.
    Shoreline, WA US
  • Kruckeberg Botanic Garden
    Kruckeberg Botanic Garden transforms four acres into a lush paradise of more than 2,000 species of plants including hardwoods, rhododendrons, and ferns along with more than 40 bird species. Guests can traverse the garden?s themed collections, wandering first through the Asian collection, then onto the oaks and native plant demonstration garden, where carefully selected specimens demonstrate the beauty of local plants. Though the garden features a wondrous blend of exotic flora, its main theme is plants native to the Northwest Region, and the garden also sells younger versions of its species in the nursery.
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    20312 15th Avenue Northwest
    Shoreline, WA US
  • CKO Kickboxing Shoreline
    CKO Kickboxing's Joseph Andreula opened up his first gym in Hoboken, New Jersey, back in 1997. In that humble location, the fitness guru helped his clients shed their spare pounds and ratchet up their self-esteem with intense kickboxing workouts. Once word got out that Joseph's program of punching and kicking heavy bags got you more ripped than stay-at-home programs of punching and kicking ghosts, the gym caught on. CKO Kickboxing locations began to pop up throughout the country, where the newly expanded company's commitment to delivering heart-pumping workouts even earned a mention on NBC's Today.
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    15901 Westminster Way North
    Shoreline, WA US
  • Phat Factory DJ inc.
    Also known as DJ O'Please, Micheal Eddings has turned the tables for everything from break-dance competitions to car shows to wedding receptions to skating rinks. Though DJ’ing is his specialty, he doesn't limit himself to just the music: he also runs live fantasy-football drafts to get leagues started with a bang.
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    16716 Aurora Ave.
    North Shoreline, WA US
  • Crest Cinema Center
    In Focus: Crest Cinema Center Year when the first movie flickered onto one of its screens: 1949 Biggest change in its history: entering the Landmark Theaters family in 1989 Historic moment: It was one of the first theaters to run Close Encounters of the Third Kind in 70mm. What they show today: first-run Hollywood films, independent features, and foreign language cinema How they bring those stories to life: four screens with DLP projectors and sound How they used to do things: Tiny performers would act out scenes in front of a candle.
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    16505 5th Ave NE
    Shoreline, WA US

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