Exciting news – we're moving!!!

Dear friends,

We have BIG news...

We're moving Pause into a beautiful new studio!!!

We're beyond excited for this transition and are getting the new space all set and cozy for you (see in-progress photo above). All offerings will shift to the new studio beginning Saturday, November 16. We hope you'll grab a friend or family member and join us on 11/16 from 9-10am for our inaugural sit! This class is free and open to all (book your cushion here).

The new studio is just around the corner from our current location (61.3 yards, to be exact) on the 3rd floor of the Haseltine building just across from Pine Street Market:

New studio address: 133 SW 2nd Ave, Suite 300, 97204


A few highlights of the new space:

  • ADA accessible

  • Beautiful wood beams and exposed brick

  • Tons of natural light, high ceilings, and big windows with tree/sky views

  • Lounge area for pre-post class tea, reading, chill time

  • Meditation den for private sessions and self-guided sits

  • QUIET ATMOSPHERE. As we've acknowledged many times, a core part of the practice is learning to work with the chaos/noise of modern life…AND, let's get real – we can only handle so many didgeridoo jam sessions. We’re delighted to offer you more peace and quiet in the new studio.​

New space, new schedule! We'd love your input.

We are planning to expand our class schedule and membership offerings to include morning/evening classes, silent sessions, open sit times, etc. We would love your input so we can continue to grow the studio and community in a way that best supports you. Would you please take 2 mins to share your thoughts?


All participants will be entered into a drawing to win a new Hugger Mugger cushion,

organic silk eyebag, and Pause journal!


A heartfelt thanks to Jodie Steagall, Emily Taylor and the 220 Collective

The 220 Studio space has been our home for the past two years and we could not have asked for a more beautiful, warm, welcoming space to practice. The studio will forever hold a special place in our hearts and minds and was instrumental in helping the Pause community grow. Thank you!