Guest Instructors

To provide a wide range of different classes we are now inviting guest instructors to share their wisdom and art with you. Come in and try out a class, we know you will enjoy it.

Tuesdays
9:00-10:00am Tai Chi & Qigong with Master Keith | $15 Drop In
7:00-8:30 Shuai Jiao for Adults with Master Keith | $15 Drop In
Thursdays
9:00-10:00am Tai Chi & Qigong with Master Keith | $15 Drop In
8:00-9:00 Yoga with Katie | $10 Drop In
Sunday
10:30-12am Shuai Jiao with Master Keith | $15 Drop In


Keith Judelman

  • info@evergreenkungfu.com
  • 206.419.3868
  • http://www.evergreenkungfu.com/
  • tai chi & Qigong | Adult Shuai Jiao
  • $15 Drop-In

Evergreen Kung Fu classes are taught by sifu Keith Judelman, Licensed Acupuncturist and East Asian Medicine Practitioner and black belt (2nd deng) in kungfu, qigong, taichi, and shuai chiao under M Alexander Knight (Knight’s Academy of Kungfu, Qigong, and Taichi in Bellingham, WA) and GM Roger Soo (founder of the Ever Rite Shuai Chiao Society, and former instructor at the Central Police Academy in Taipei, Taiwan).
Judelman’s study of Chinese martial and healing arts began in 1998. In 2004 Judelman met sifu Knight and began serious study of traditional kungfu, taichi, Bao Ding Kuai Chiao, and Iron Mountain qi gong, earning his black belt in 2009.
In 2006 Judelman began formal study of Chinese medicine and in 2009 attained licensensure in Washington state as an Acupuncturist and East Asian Medicine Practitioner.


Katie Berman

  • katherinecberman@gmail.com
  • 206.910.6233
  • Yoga with Katie
  • $10 Drop In

Katie Berman has been studying yoga for over 9 years. With a background in modern dance, she was drawn to the discipline and creativity of yoga, and the clarity of mind it cultivates. Katie completed her 200-hour training in Vinyasa Flow yoga from Flow Yoga Center in Washington, DC in 2010, and went on to get certified in Yin Yoga and Prenatal Yoga. In the course of her training she has studied with David Kyle, Simon Park, Shiva Rea, and Alison West, among many others. She teaches to inspire students of all levels to flow at their edge—to explore new movements and discover new truths—in a safe and supportive environment. Her love of other healing arts, such as acupressure and essential oils, also make their way into her classes. Katie’s “full time” gig is with her two little girls, who constantly challenge her to live, think, breathe…and, most importantly, play in the present moment. She also loves hiking, biking, and soaking up long walks along the lake.