Meet Em Boardway & Bill Juzwiak! Kula's newest cool!

We are excited to announce both Em and Bill now offer weekly classes at Kula! These two sensitive and joyful beings bring a powerful steadiness and presence that the whole community will enjoy! Deep bow of gratitude for the unique gifts they bring!
Namaste, Angela & Jill


BEGINNING APRIL 1st Vinyasa Yoga Saturdays, 10-11:30am w/Em

Em brings her passion for personal transformation, self-love, adventure, and authentic connection to her work and play. Trained in Viniyoga, Anusara, Ashtanga, Sri Vidya Tantra and Soma Neuromuscular Integration® Bodywork, Em's style is a unique combination of her Yoga and Soma experience.
Em began teaching in Seattle in 2007, then packed her mat for a few year stint all over Europe leading bicycle trips and teaching yoga to her guests before and after the days’ ride. After returning to Seattle in 2013, Em began her Soma Bodywork practice and created 'Soma Yoga', an immersion that combines these two modalities for deep self-exploration.
Em’s love for discovery is expressed in how she meets her students and clients, remaining endlessly curious and open to the moment. As a devotee to facilitating transformation, Em also offers immersions, workshops and retreats both locally and abroad. For more information, visit: emboardway.com
 

Bill teaches AcroYoga Wednesdays, 7:15-8:45pm as well as subs many Vinyasa yoga classes

Bill started yoga as an easy way to stretch a body tired from long days of triathlon training.  Years later, triathlon is a distant memory and he has found the deeper and broader benefits of yoga.  He started teaching yoga in 2012 after training with YogaWorks in Seattle.  Around this time, he was introduced to AcroYoga through a performance by a local yoga teacher.  He quickly fell in love with the partnering and creative aspect of acrobatics and its crossover with yoga, studied intensively, and began teaching AcroYoga in 2014.  He has taught in Mexico, Argentina and several US cities.  Bill also teaches tango, and has spent a few years teaching Economics, Physics, and Dance at The University of Washington.