Seva Space merges with The Palms

Seva Space moves into the Palms Playhouse.
Photo by Matt Stone/Winters Express

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Seva Space yoga studio has merged with The Palms Playhouse in a Winters business move.

Owner of Seva Space, Kim Stanford, has been offering yoga to the town now for two years. Stanford has a decade of yoga teaching under her mat, and has taught the practice all over the Valley, including Sacramento, Davis, Vacaville, and now here in Winters.

Stanford prides herself on that which she can give back to the community, has provided outreach to such entities as The Salvation Army and King High School in Davis, and a specialty of Seva Space are their Senior Limited Mobility classes that focus on maintaining mobility and flexibility within our more experienced generations as well as for any that utilize a wheelchair.

Previously located at the old Rootstock building at 22 Main St., a better area was needed for Seva Space, and the look for a new accommodation did not take Stanford very far. Owners of The Palms Andrew Fridae and Nora Cary, both have a love for the arts and wellness (Cary a dancer herself,) and the two recognized that their large hardwood space might be useful for far more than just the chairs of live music patrons.

Cary said Seva Space was a strong addition to the Palms collective.

The merge officially took place on Feb. 2. Singing bowls were neatly packed away, mats rolled tightly and stowed, and with well wishes, the old Seva Space at 22 Main St. now sits resting, ready for its next adventure.

Stanford and her team of teachers trekked the long trek… across the street, to their new home at 13 Main St., The Palms Playhouse. Seva now operates within the large and acoustic-friendly Palms, the open space providing room for larger classes, and its looming windows allowing practitioners the sun’s grace. All manners of classes are offered: from beginners to experts, fitness to restorative yoga, as well as Seva being a registered yoga school that teaches teachers how to teach the practice.

“Yoga is not a workout, it’s a work-in,” Stanford said.

Further information can be found on the Seva Space’s website,  by calling 530-505-1097, on Facebook or Instagram.


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