Yoga Class

Sundays | 10:00am-11:00am

Thursdays | 6:30pm-8:00pm

Meet Our Yoga Instructors 

Cobi Seslar

Cobi creates an environment of a healing retreat in the backroom at Summit Everett. Give up your stress and anxiety, heal your aches and pains, and get grounded. Cobi started yoga the same year she started climbing in 1992. She utilizes 25+ years experience to create classes that specifically stretch muscles where climbers hold tension. here expertise in anatomy and kinesiology guide her instruction. Cobi is certified in both yoga and Pilates, her classes are creative and give participants increased knowledge and awareness of their body. Cobis’ classes are heartfelt and inspiring. She guides self-affirming meditations that leave one feeling confidant, accepting, and at peace.

Bri  Hastings

My name is Bri, and I teach Rasa yoga, an alignment based yoga class infused with asana, mantra, mudra, meditation and pranayama. Rasa yoga was founded by Sianna Sherman, who studied closely with Pattabhi Jois and BKS Iyengar. I have been teaching for five years, and practicing for around 7 years. I have experience in working with private clients on a weekly basis. I am inspired by the amount of passion yoga has brought to my life. Some of my most influential teachers include Greta Hill, Naomi Houber, Desiree Rumbaugh and her partner Andrew Rivin.

I Graduated my first 200 RYTT in 2018. Since then I’ve taken another 200 hour training with Greta Hill, as well as my 300 hour RYTT with Greta Hill. You can expect a vinyasa style class with healthy, safe biomechanics, always leading from the simplest of postures and ending with more complexity.


Cara VanDyke
Cara approaches the yoga postures as a practice focused on alignment and the functional movement of the body. Her classes are structured with intelligent sequencing that is accessible to all levels of student and allows one to be in a state of ease. Cara is dedicated to anti-racism work and instruction that honors the roots and traditions of yoga. You can count on her to create a safe and judgment-free space where every student can develop a personal practice that extends off the mat and into their life. Off the mat, Cara enjoys exploring the great outdoors; visiting places new and old; and spending time with her husband and son.