About this listing
Teach yoga! Lead meditation! Run a dream group! Play singing bowls! Practice massage therapy!! Dance!! Do Kirtan!! Take personal retreats!
420 sq ft
Not ADA accessible
Bathroom in main house
Groups up to 20 (but only one bed)
This is a great safe beautiful space for "group indoor camping." bring mats and sleeping bags and tons of you can fit in there!!
There is now a really nice, off-the-floor, full-sized air mattress. See pictures!
I provide an electric tea kettle and bagged tea. There are water glasses in the bathroom (can be used for tea). There is a stereo with an ipod/computer cord for easy plug-in.
When you use the bathroom, lock both doors. When you are done with the bathroom, unlock both doors unless you are leaving the property (then you can lock the exterior door). :)
The space is yours, including the bathroom just next to the studio (white door on main house). Smaller groups are welcome to come in and use the kitchen in the main house; larger groups fend for themselves!!
Interaction with guests
Please feel free to text me with any questions!
Easy parking, friendly neighbors. If you are very loud, my neighbors will hear you. Please be respectful! Sound is ok, but nothing TOO crazy!!
You can catch a bus to downtown Eugene on 18th street (just 5 blocks away). From there you can get just about anywhere local! I'm also just 6 blocks from the bike path if you bring, rent, or want to borrow a bike!
Other things to note
The bathroom is in the main house, the white door to the left of the studio. i will either have it unlocked for you or i will leave you a key.
This is a shoe-free space: please remove shoes and either leave them outside or carry them in with you.
Please clean up any spills on the floor immediately!
When you leave, please turn the heaters down to 55*
Cancel up to 5 days before your trip and get a full refund, including service fees.
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i'm a Potter, a Nia instructor and a Processwork Therapist from Eugene. I am both a guest and a host with Air Bnb!
I often travel with my daughter, who is now almost 19 and considerate to a fault in other people's homes (always telling me to be quieter...).
My home goes through stages of being quite empty to quite full depending on teenagers and Air BnB guests. When it is full, it is lively and fun. When it is quiet, it is comfy and meditative.
Sometimes a different room or space than you request would be a better option, and if I sense that is the case, I will make the suggestion. I also have a comfortable fold-out couch in my living room that is queen-sized and can sleep 2 people, which isn't listed separately but can house extra guests for an extra fee ($20/1 person, $30/2 people).
I have a mission in life to help people love and accept themselves in a deep way. I teach this, and plan to travel the world teaching self-love techniques and skills. :)