PRIVATE YOGA CLASSES
My goal as a yoga teacher is to meet you where you’re at today, right now, regardless of whether you can touch your toes or not. It’s about helping you tune into your body and to what yoga feels like, not what it looks like.
Yoga is adaptable for every body. You don’t have to be flexible or strong to practice yoga; those are goals to work toward, but are not necessary. Stability and safety are just as important as flexibility. Yoga is a very individual practice because we are all unique. Every person has different strengths and limitations, anatomy, life history, and goals.
As a yoga teacher, I am your guide in helping you understand what works and what doesn’t work for you personally, regardless of where you are on your yoga journey. There are many options for each pose, and I help you discover what feels best for YOU.
Benefits of Yoga
Builds muscle strength
Protects your spine
Increases blood flow
Promotes a healthy lifestyle
Helps mental focus
Helps relax the nervous system
Helps you sleep deeper
Increases breath capacity
Builds body awareness
Supports connective tissue
With all of the amazing benefits of yoga, are you ready to live your best life NOW?
Why Private Lessons?
Private yoga lessons are perfect for:
People with busy schedules
Individual attention in a private setting that you can't get in a group class
Tailoring your lessons toward a specific goal
Learning how to modify a yoga practice while healing from injury
Assists, options, and feedback that are not possible in a large group setting
Before We Begin
We’ll schedule a short discovery phone or Zoom call so that we can get to know each other. We’ll go over the questions below so I can find out what your yoga needs and goals are. This will help me to tailor yoga lessons specifically to your unique body and lifestyle.
What are your personal goals for private yoga lessons? Examples: Beginner yoga, flexibility, general strengthening, core strength, just for fun, recovering from injury, learning pose alternatives, etc.
Do you have any injuries or conditions that I should know about before beginning a yoga practice?
How often do you exercise? Do you sit or stand for long periods of time? Do you spend a lot of time driving, texting, or working at a computer?
I will also ask you to sign a Liability Waiver Agreement at our first class. This is the same type of waiver you would sign at any gym, fitness center, or yoga studio - you can preview it here:
Please contact me for rates and package prices.