Unity Yoga of Tri-Cities provides quality yoga instruction deeply rooted in the traditions and practices individual to each instructor. Our methods and classes reflect the lineages of our training and the experience gained from long-term personal practice. Rather than one-size-fits-all approaches to teaching and learning, we respect student individuality while celebrating the inherent Unity of yoga.
We are an approved reimbursable fitness facility for U. S. Department of Energy (Federal) employees! Ask your employer's Human Resources or Corporate Wellness Program Coordinator how Unity Yoga may serve your organization.
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Unity Yoga of Tri-Cities, LLC524 Lee Boulevard
Richland, Washington, 99352
Studio phone: (509) 795-0359
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Conveniently located at 524 Lee Boulevard in the Richland Parkway, our entrance is on the North side of Lee between Jadwin and the Roundabout.
Our Studio offers a welcoming reception room with complimentary tea for students after each class. Our yoga room has over 1,000 square feet of practice space to accomodate students comfortably and safely with plenty of personal space, and we have a full supply of premium yoga props available for use in every class.
Unity Yoga of Tri-Cities welcomes local wellness providers to post their information on our Unity Community Bulletin Board for student referrals.
Jenifer, a Yoga Alliance RYT-500, ERYT-200, and registered Continuing Education Provider (YACEP) is the Founder of Unity Yoga. Jenifer has been a regular practitioner of yoga for more than a decade, with a repertoire of Kundalini, Hatha, Vinyasa, Ashtanga, and Restorative Yoga reflective of her studies and travels. An avid researcher and scientist, Jenifer provides students with practical approaches to wellbeing. She nurtures resilience, self-acceptance, body awareness, stress reduction, and emotional ease in her students. Having provided more than 1400 hours of service as a Yoga Alliance Registered Yoga Teacher in the Tri-Cities, Jenifer completed advanced study in Classical Ashtanga Yoga at the Mount Madonna Center located in the redwoods of Northern California.
Jenifer teaches Yoga 101, Lunch Hour Yoga, Restorative Yoga, and Continuing Education classes
Kristin, a Yoga Alliance RYT-200 Instructor, has enjoyed the benefits of her Yoga practice since the first time she stepped on her mat in 2003. She found yoga to be a liberating exercise that was gentle on the body after years of knee issues resulting from competitive sports. Kristin has a background in education and left her job as a middle school teacher when she and her husband, John, started their family in 2005. Combining her loves for teaching and Yoga, Kristin completed the 200 hour Pacific Yoga Teacher Training in 2013. Her training included practice of asana, pranayama, meditation, chanting and philosophy. Kristin’s Yoga and meditation practice has evolved over the years and is infused in every aspect of her life. As a stay at home mother of two energetic boys, she finds her practice is mandatory for staying present and grounded.
Kristin teaches All Levels Hatha Yoga (Technique) and Chair Yoga
Teena, a Yoga Alliance RYT-200 Instructor, began practicing yoga in 2006 as a means to stay active and strong following a severe ankle injury. Rather than watch from the sidelines, Teena found yoga to be a key factor in pain relief, keeping the ankle mobile, and as a form of physical therapy. This experience prompted her to help others with injury and mobility problems, using various props and different relationships to gravity, enabling students to find a comfortable place in their own bodies.
Graduating from Pacific Yoga in 2013, Teena is a Yoga Alliance Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT-200). Teena’s sense of humor, calmness, and relaxed manner allows her students to also relax and have fun while learning. In her spare time, you can find Teena zooming around on her motorcycle, driving one of their classic muscle cars, outside playing in her yard, on a hike, riding her bicycle, or enjoying her very favorite activity: spending time with friends and family. She and her husband, Monty, have three grown children and have lived in West Richland since 1988.
Teena teaches Yoga 101, Hatha Yoga, Pose Tune-Up! and Gentle Yoga
Randy is a YogaFit Level 1 Certified instructor with a mellow pace and smooth tempo. A local musician known as "Barefoot Randy," he can be found playing guitar and singing at venues around the community when he's not practicing yoga or teaching Sun Salutations at Unity Yoga and WSU. Randy has a strong personal practice in Ashtanga vinyasa yoga, and was brought to yoga practice through his deep connection with meditation.
Randy teaches Vinyasa Yoga
Julie, a Yoga Alliance RYT-200 Instructor, has been practicing yoga for more than ten years, enjoying hatha, vinyasa, and stand-up paddleboard (SUP) yoga. Completing her 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training through Mellow Monkey Studio in Spokane, Washington, Julie became a Registered Yoga Teacher with the Yoga Alliance in 2014. Julie specializes in Vinyasa Yoga for active adults, offering weekly classes in the early morning and afternoon.
Julie teaches Vinyasa Yoga, Sunrise Yoga, and Paddleboard Yoga
Morgan, a Yoga Alliance RYT-200 Instructor, is a high-energy yogi with a playful attitude and a huge smile. She will challenge your stamina with her powerful Vinyasa flow practices and help you conjure inward kindness in Yin yoga. Morgan has been a regular practitioner of Ashtanga and Vinyasa styles of yoga for more than 6 years, joining Unity Yoga as a Prenatal Yoga student in 2015. Busy mom with a young son and fluent in Spanish, Morgan's energy is bright and welcoming for all students at Unity Yoga!
Morgan teaches Yin Yoga, Peak Pose, and Vinyasa Yoga
Juliet’s yoga style is flowing and gentle, yet rigorous. She helps students deepen into their practice through mindfulness, connecting to the earth, and simple yet profound breath and body awareness. Juliet received her yoga teacher training at the Esalen Institute in Big Sur, California where she lived for five years and taught yoga and meditation. Juliet specializes in Vinyasa and Hatha yoga and enjoys helping new students discover yoga for the first time. She draws inspiration from teachers Seane Corn and Erich Schiffmann. When Juliet is not teaching yoga she loves to dance, run, garden and write poetry - and she is a registered professional engineer!
Juliet teaches Vinyasa Yoga
Being part of the competitive, fast paced, business and engineering world, Anand is no stranger to stress and its impacts. As a young man at university, Anand saw a need to acquire tools that combat negative feelings and promote clarity during times of stress. Inspired by some uplifted friends, Anand was introduced to yoga, breath work and meditation offered by the Art of Living Foundation. Ironically, these were the same skills his parents tried to instill in him as a child, but it was not until he went looking for it himself did they take root. This served as a catalyst on his ongoing journey to becoming the best version of himself and sharing everything he has learned along the way. Anand now teaches what helps him the most: -The Happiness Program - a 3 day self-development workshop offered by the Art of Living Foundation, Yoga for Happiness, Kirtan and helping those looking to transition to a Whole-food, Plant-based diet. Anand has been practicing meditation, breath work and happiness for 18 years and teaching for eight.
Anand teaches Meditation and Self-Care Sunday classes
Leah is a Yoga Alliance RYT-200 and a graduate of Rasayana School of Yoga where she specialized in alignment-based curriculum including advanced study in yoga philosophy, teaching techniques, business, ethics, and guiding special populations.
Leah has been a student of yoga herself for about 5 years and has years of experience in the field of education. Leah's style is gentle and playful, encouraging exploration and having fun!
Leah leads Gentle Yoga, Restorative Yoga, and Family Yoga programs