Rushing Water Yoga

417 NE Birch St., Camas, Washington 98607, United States
Average: 5.0 of 5 stars

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Average: 5.0 of 5 stars

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Great Value
Very Organized
Cozy & Humble
Exclusive & Fancy
Lots of Space
A Little Cramped
Worn-out Mats
Clean & Great Mats


Average: 5.0 of 5 stars
What got me to Rushing Waters and Why I go here

My first experience doing yoga was at a hot-room in Hawaii, I had no idea what to expect but I was confident in my self and my body since I had 5 years of fitness training around that time. Once i got to the hot yoga studio I was thrown into a situation in which I was not prepared for at all, my breathing was terrible, I was so tight, I had no focus, lol you guys get the idea.


Anyways after I came home, I started doing Hatha flow you-tube yoga videos which suit me better than hot yoga but still with no guidance I was afraid that I was doing more harm to my body than good. So I did some research and made a list of places to checkout in my area Rushing Waters studio being the first and now my only choice.

When you first walk into RWY you're greeted by a wonderful aroma of power of essential oils thanks to Bonnies the Massage Therapist who shares the space at Rushing waters. If a class is in session you can hangout in the well decorated waiting area with comfortable couches and huge windows which let in light for all the tall-dark-green-plants that surround the space. Once you head to the studio you'll walk through a long hall that leads into a beautiful naturally lit room, with a nice wood floor, props, ropes and most importantly Paul Cheek the Yoga Iyengar yoga instructor and owner of RWS. I don't know how to convey how grateful I am for Pauls time, care and devotion he puts forth for all of his students, not only his students but the community. Paul is a great teacher, he's taught me so much. I enjoy his teaching styles which is based on the teachings of the yogi B.K.S Iyengar, this style of practice is most concerned with bodily alignment in order to obtain the maximum benefits of the pose and avoid injury. We hold poses over long periods of time instead of moving quickly from one pose to the next. We also are encouraged to use props, such as yoga blankets, blocks and straps in order to bring the body into alignment.

I hope that you come checkout Rushing Water Yoga for yourself! <3