Cynthia Land


Cynthia Land
Yoga instructor

Cynthia comes from the fast-paced world of broadcast news. As a reporter and anchor at KOMO radio in Seattle, she’s gone from interviewing CEOs including Starbucks Howard Schultz to breaking news of earthquakes. 

She left broadcast in 1996 to pursue a career in high-tech public relations, working for several start-up companies. At the turn of the century, she shifted her focus, did a 180 and became a yoga teacher. In 2002 Cynthia opened Expansions Yoga in Silverdale, WA. The following year she began the tradition of Yoga in the Park, offering free yoga classes at Evergreen Park in nearby Bremerton, WA.  Those classes eventually moved to Waterfront Park in Silverdale. 

Along the way, she studied with renowned teachers Rodney Yee, Tias Little, Rod Stryker, and Erich Schiffmann gaining valuable advanced teaching experience. In 2004, Cynthia became a licensed massage therapist and worked in a chiropractic office for several years. Her specialty is Thai Yoga Massage. In 2005, Cynthia started teaching yoga classes at Olympic College in Bremerton.  She brings a wealth of both yogic and anatomical knowledge to her teaching, making certain that students receive a safe and rich practice.

BLOG POSTS

01/07/2020
01/07/2020  Passion

12/16/2019  Stuff, Stuff & Stuff
11/07/2019  Manual for Living
10/10/2019  FOMO or Just Taking the Road Less Traveled
09/07/2019  The Four Yogic Virtues Part II
08/07/2019  The Four Yogic Virtues
07/07/2019  Yoga is a tree not a stick
06/07/2019  Media: How Do You Take Yours?
05/13/2019  You Deserve a Massage!
04/07/2019  Saucha / Cleanliness
03/08/2019  Give In to Win 





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Cynthia Land, LMT - Co-Owner/Director
Thai Yoga Massage Therapist
Massage That Frees Your Mind



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