Get out of the studio and onto the farm! Connect to yourself and nature through mindfulness practices designed to develop and deepen your understanding of yoga through a blend of asana, pranayama, and meditation. Taught by RYT-500 teachers Rebekah Papé and Josephine Edmondson, classes are open to a wide range of abilities. No prior yoga or meditation experience necessary. Join us July 21, August 25, and October TBD!

Cooking Classes
Learn how to pick the best ingredients, use kitchen tools effectively, and cook effortlessly with a root-to-leaf approach. Chef and Culinary Director Micah Mowrey collaborates with Farm Dietitian Kate Ueland to build critical skills, develop foundational understanding, and optimize nutrition based on your individual goals. 

Held on the farm in our outdoor kitchen, together we will harvest and prepare a delicious meal as we demystify local cuisine and ingredients. 

Join us July 22 , August 11, August 12, September 10, September 30, and October TBD.  

We also create customized series and curriculum for individuals or groups.  

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Accessible Ayurveda Workshops
To celebrate the cyclical rhythms of the mother nature, join our resident yoga teacher Rebekah Papé to learn about Ayurveda’s importance in maintaining optimal daily and seasonal rituals and develop tools to transition mindfully between seasons. In this quarterly series, Rebekah weaves together ancient and modern concepts for healthy lifestyles to create accessible and relevant wellness practices for participants.  Mark your calendars for our Autumnal Equinox celebration on September 22nd!


We take a whole systems approach to land ethic, growing practices, and wellness. Our health and well-being as individuals and as a company is directly tied to the health of our community.  We believe education is a key component of community engagement. Our Educational Programming is designed as a collaboration with our partners and clients, as well as the general public. 

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Individuals and groups are welcome on the farm to support our work and reconnect with nature. Come out once or on a regular basis and we’ll throw you into the mix of our daily rhythm. Volunteer opportunities are varied in skill and intensity of labor - we aim to create opportunities for all abilities. Join us seasonally from May to November. 

Field Trips
Kids love the farm and we love kids! We design farm field trips for any demographic - whether it’s a local kindergarten class, high schoolers, Boy and Girl Scouts, Tiny Tots, or kids at heart. A typical experience starts with a farm tour, then an activity or two to get hands in the dirt, learn how to harvest, and taste food fresh from the ground, followed by farm snacks in our picnic area. We highlight our connection to the land, being in nature, farm work, how food grows, what food tastes like when it’s fresh, and how to enjoy the fruits of our own labor. Field trips are an opportunity to interact with nature and escape day to day patterns that often involve lots of sedentary time indoors consuming processed food. Offered May to November. 

The world is a big place. We seek out interesting things happening in farming and bring big ideas to Seattle so you can learn from farmers doing amazing work outside the PNW. This fall, we’re bringing farmer, educator, and best-selling author Jean-Martin Fortier to Seattle! Join us for a two day farm workshop at 21 Acres  Nov 1-2, followed by a day long PNW food systems conference. Check back soon for details and registration!

Use this form to contact us if you have any questions about our experiences. 

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