CHS Pics | This week in Capitol Hill pictures

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We also keep our eyes on the #capitolhillseattle Instagram tag —- you should, too! Below are this week’s best Capitol Hill shots. Thanks for sharing!

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𝘵𝘩𝘦 𝘩𝘦𝘢𝘭𝘪𝘯𝘨 𝘩𝘰𝘶𝘴𝘦 || The Healing House was a retreat of wellness and wonder. Doctors from around the world sent patients with a variety of ailments to be calmed by the salve of this sanctuary. The meals were prepared by guest chefs who partnered with Ayurvedic practitioners and holistic naturopaths. Each meal was created from food grown in the succulent gardens on the grounds. The rooms were developed by neuroarchitects and interior designers who understood the power of light that can align circadian rhythms and chromatic tones in a color palette that could repair a being. The most brilliant artists collaborated to create sound and scenic scapes which brought peace to the most anxious of guests. #thehealinghouse #ayurveda

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Marilyn what are you doing in there?!?!

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On Saturday, I was with my lovely friend & fellow yoga instructor @the_dancingyogi. She said “movement is life”. I couldn’t agree more. The world constantly shifts and changes. We evolve a little bit each day and endlessly adapt to situations as they appear. Movement makes me feel alive, productive and free. It is a beautiful process but it can become addicting. I know that when things get challenging or uncomfortable I often continue to move and the movement distracts from the actual issue at hand. When do we allow ourselves to slow down? To feel? Is it possible to just sit with uncomfortable, painful moments and allow ourselves to experience them? I’ve found that there is a lot to be learned from sitting and soaking in these moments. What is your favorite way to slow down?? . . 📷: @lclawsonphoto Lingerie: @salualingerie . . #slowdown #movementislife #movement #change #grow #adapt #learn #evolve #pnw #seattlewashington #washingtonstate #salualingerie #lclawsonphotography #interlakenpark #capitolhillseattle #yogaoutdoors #boudoirphotoshoot #boudiorphotography #boudoirinspiration #forest #asana #yogaeveryday

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Orange Sun at Dusk

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