Ballet with Cher Carnell

Adult Intermediate Ballet

Cost is $10 per class 

Wednesday & Saturday 

The age range is 15 – 80, the class environment is warm, welcoming and relaxed allowing participants to dance at their comfort level.
No pre-registration required.  Masks are optional for fully vaccinated students; they are required for those not fully vaccinated.

Adult Beginning Ballet

Friday 9:15am – 10:45 am

No previous dance experience necessary! Whether you want to brush up on what ballet you had years ago or whether you have never had a dance class in your life, welcome! Wear comfortable attire that you can move easily in; ballet slippers are recommended.

Advanced Teen Ballet
Saturday  11:15-12:15

Contact Cher Carnell at  to register for the classes. 

Masks are required for all students

Tai Chi and Qigong with Robert Fong

Tuesdays 10:00am-11:00am
Tuesdays 7:00pm-9:00pm 

Robert Fong began studying asian martial arts in Hawaii in 1954. He has studied the Chinese internal martial arts and worked closely with Master T. Y. Pang for over 40 years.

Pre-registration is required due to the limited amount of students so proper Social Distancing can be insured

For Class info contact:
Robert at: (360) 733-9353 or 

T’ai Chi Ch’uan
Linda Henderson


Join Linda and learn T’ai Chi Ch’uan (Yang style) to sustain and maintain your health, balance, and wellbeing throughout the course of your life. Beginners and all levels of experience welcomed. Having studied with Master Tung Kai Ying, Master Tung Chen Wei and Clifton Gore, Linda guides you through each posture of this flowing choreographed style so that you have the confidence to perform T’ai Chi on your own to gain the health benefits of this ancient Chinese martial art form. Linda is a Certified Level II Tai Chi and Qigong Instructor with the American Tai Chi and Qigong Association.

Tuition is $30.00 per month for all classes. Attend as many as you wish.

Students are required to be vaccinated and wear masks. Safety of our students is  vital to ensure the health of all students.

Tuesday 11:30am-12:45pm
An Intermediate class that will focus on sets 1 & 2 of the Yang style long form slow set.

Tuesday at 2 PM is a Zoom class for Shibashi, Tai Chi and Chair Tai Chi.

Tuesday 4:00pm–5:00pm 
A perfect class for students will little or no experience in Tai Chi. This is a beginning class that will focus on posture, balance and set 1 of the slow set.

Wednesday 11:15am-12:15pm 
Class focuses on sets 1 and 2 with an emphasis on the 3rd set of the Yang style long form. Experience in T’ai Chi is urged. 

Wednesday at 12:15- 1:30
Three new forms are offered. These are designed for more intermediate or advanced students but open to any student. The new classes are the Yang Style 18 Form Fan, Tung Family Set and Single Knife (Broadsword).
This is an advanced class for Yang Style 18 form fan.

This advanced class encompasses the Tung Family set and the Single Knife set. Experience with all three sets of the Tai Chi long form is recommended.

T’ai Chi in the Park ended at Zuanich Park on September 30, 2021 but continues at Hillcrest Church in Fairhaven starting October 7, 2021 at 11 AM. This is open to the public and vaccinations and masks are required for this event as well as all classes.

For more information, contact Linda at
or 360 389-5754

Ballet with Celeste Hartsook

Thursday 9:00am-10:45am

Intermediate/Advanced Ballet (15+) Drop in’s welcome

 $13 or 5/$60 ($10 student or for barre only)

This class offers a classical ballet barre and center that focuses on technique, alignment, and artistry. This is a class suited for dancers with a general knowledge of ballet vocabulary and ability to execute a wide array of ballet steps. 4+ years ballet experience required. 

Contact Celeste at: for more infomation.

Advanced Contemporary Dance with BRD

Sundays from 12:00pm-2:00pm
Class fee: $5-20 pay what you can

*Masks and proof of vaccination required*

Bellingham Repertory Dance (BRD) holds advanced company classes every Sunday that are open to community dancers. A structured warm up will be followed by skill building and phrase work. Classes are taught by current BRD members and occasional guest teachers. For more information, please visit

Five Element Qi gong

Five Element Qi Gong Class

Monday  6:30-7:30PM   
Nov. 15, 2021 – Jan 2022.

Cost:  $8-15 sliding scale
Drop ins welcome
Masks Required
*Bring a blanket or mat for meditation at the end of class

 In Traditional Chinese Medicine, we understand everything is connected.

Which means you can heal your body by healing your emotions, and heal emotional wounds by healing the body.

Qi gong creates more vitality and energy while lowering stress and tension through breath, gentle warmups and flowing movement meditation.

In the Five Element flow Series, you have the opportunity to dive deep into the Five Element Healing Framework and balance the organs, emotions and energy systems of fall, winter, spring, summer and late summer by restoring balance and flow within.

Elizabeth Stanton is a Licensed Somatic Psychotherapist, Massage Therapist and Certified in   Qi Gong, yoga, Nutrition and Herbalism.

Sam Eliasen has studied Qi Gong and other eastern healing modalities for over three decades. He also is an accomplished musician.

Contact (360). 570-8653 or for more information



Yoga for All Levels!

 SUNDAY: 10:00am-11:30am
Doors open @ 9:50am
Please make sure to arrive on time as we will start yoga on the hour!
Cost: $12 per person per session.

Beginner friendly // Mats available upon request 

Yoga for the Non-Yogi

Join us for an all-levels, super accessible mindful movement session. We will focus on breath, posture and movement. This is not your traditional yoga class, and it’s not held at a yoga studio. So…if you’d like to move your body, keep it in tip top shape for your adventures, join us at the Firehouse on Sunday mornings!

You’ll be lead by Lindsey, a 500hr certified yoga teacher with over 10 years of teaching experience. Lindsey’s specialty is alignment-based movement geared towards active humans…whether you’re a hiker, biker, paddler, down-hiller or a snow sporter, this class is perfect for keeping your body happy and healthy out there!

We will meet at 10:00am for an introductory chat/breath work, followed by a movement class with time for questions/workshopping certain things after if you have questions. You can expect a super chill experience that is designed for the non-yogi!

Mats are limited so please bring your own or email us ahead of time to reserve one free of charge.

Important details:
If you’re running late or having problems finding us, please email or call (512)649-0755 and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

COVID-19 Details:
Please be sure to wear a mask – masks are required to enter the building, please wear your mask during your practice. After the class, please be sure to keep a safe distance from the instructor and other guests.
Mats will be staggered and spaced apart according to social distancing guidelines.
Rented mats are cleaned and sanitized before and after each use.