Naked! $10 Women’s & Trans Yoga

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Come celebrate your body at our special monthly Women's & Trans class!

This class is specifically open to all trans & cis women, and anyone who was assigned female at birth.

We want to create a potentially more comfortable space for those who know, have known, or will know what it's like to walk the earth as a woman. Please make note of this distinction. For anyone who doesn't identify in this way, please come to our all-gender class, the details of which you can find at

The instructor will teach a Vinyasa-inspired yoga class followed by an extended, relaxing meditation (about 75 minutes total). 

As per all Naked in Motion class, trans & cis women, and anyone who was assigned female at birth,
have the option to wear bottoms.

Curious about this rule? Visit to read all about it.

Menstruation doesn’t necessitate wearing bottoms: feel free to use any menstrual management tools.

Also, please make use of anything that affirms and supports your gender (e.g. binders, chest pieces, packers).

Everyone should be an active, willing participant and at least 18 years old. 

NYC: We encourage you to bring your own mat (and we also recommend a towel), but we do have mats available to rent for $2.
If you do need to rent a mat, YOU MUST BRING A TOWEL for sanitary reasons.


* Please wait in the lobby upon arrival and the instructor will lead you to the space.

Doors open at 6:45pm
Event/orientation starts at 7:00pm
Event ends at 9:00pm

Everyone is expected to be on time to hear the rules (even if you've heard them before). We lock the doors when it’s time to undress. Once we're unclothed, no further entry will be permitted, NO EXCEPTIONS, and we don't give refunds for latecomers. Do not knock or disrupt class in an attempt to gain late entry.

Check out our other events here! Please read our Community Rules before class. If you have any questions about the overall Naked in Motion experience, please see our FAQ page.

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$10 Early Bird tickets are available through September 13th (NYC) and 20th (Seattle)! Regular Price tickets are $15.

Space is limited, so reserve your tickets while they last!

*We strongly prefer you pay online via MindBody/Eventbrite, but if you need to pay in cash, you must email to reserve a spot and pay cash at the door. Space is VERY limited, so if we're at capacity and you haven't emailed to reserve a spot, we may not be able to accommodate you.

All events have a 24-hour cancellation policy, so if you cancel less than 24 hours before the event, you forfeit your payment.

NYC - September 20:

Reflections Center for Conscious Living & Yoga
Garden Studio
227 East 24th St.
New York, NY 10010

SEATTLE - September 27:

Positive Spin Pole Dance Fitness
124 N 103rd St
Seattle, WA 98177

About the Instructors


Sasha is a queer yoga teacher, theatre maker, and activist. She is most interested in using yoga as a pathways towards community building and liberation. In class, Sasha focuses on bodyfulness, mindfulness, and connection to self and others. Much of her work revolves around LGBTQ+ spaces, substance use recovery spaces, and exploring the intersection of trauma and body. Sasha did her 200 hour training at Daya Yoga Studio and trained in trauma sensitive yoga (Trauma Center at The Justice Resource Institute). When not on the mat, you may find her on the stage or on the couch (with chocolate).

Willow is the owner and founder of Naked in Motion, as well as its only Pilates instructor. She is fiercely passionate about intersectional feminism, body/sex-positivity, and trying to make yoga & Pilates more inclusive. She is a yoga teacher and fully-certified Pilates apparatus instructor with over 800 hours of teacher training and over 3 years of teaching experience. Her movement training includes more than 20 years of classical ballet and jazz and is influenced by a decade of theatre performance. Her approach to Pilates and Yoga includes much attention to detail and enthusiasm for alignment.

She encourages students to treat themselves with kindness. She decries a competitive yoga environment, and she constantly reminds her students to do less, and make choices based on their body instead of on what they see around them. She carries on the words of her teacher: MORE IS NOT BETTER, IT'S JUST MORE!