ONE-ON-ONE OR GROUP CLASSES
One-on-one classes are suitable for students who have personal intentions or goals. Beginners can work on general fitness and mental clarity, while more seasoned students can have their practices designed around a specific pose (e.g. headstand, split, king pigeon pose, etc). You get individual attention and training focused on your needs alone.
Group classes are perfect for couples, family members, friends, or co-workers wanting to motivate each other to keep moving. Classes are customized to the group's needs. Partner or group work can also be included not only to foster body awareness but also as a means to build camaraderie. You get to share your yoga journey with people you know.
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frequently asked questions
Q: What are the advantages of taking an in-person private yoga class?
A: Taking an in-person private yoga class includes hands-on assists that are not available in online classes. You get the benefit of touch in understanding the alignment of yoga poses. You can be seen from all angles as you move, and this ensures safety in your practice.
Q: What do I need to set up for the yoga class?
A: You need a yoga mat with enough grip and padding. Two yoga blocks and a yoga strap are also helpful but not absolutely necessary. If you want to include restorative poses in your sessions, pillows, bolsters, and eye pillows can also be used.
Q: What do I do if the yoga class is too easy or too difficult for me?
A: To get the most out of your in-person private yoga class, you are encouraged to give feedback while the class is going on. You can describe how you feel (e.g. I don't feel much of a stretch; there is too much pressure on my knees; the pace is too fast) or ask questions (e.g. is it normal that my legs are shaking?) and we will work together to maximize every session for you.
Q: What do I do if I don’t understand the instructions given during the yoga class?
A: Some of the cues given in yoga classes may sound confusing either because of anatomical terms or because they sound abstract. I generally use simple cues when giving instructions, as we cannot feel what we do not understand. Please do not hesitate to ask about anything that is unclear to you even while the class is going on. I can show you what the movement looks like from multiple angles. This is part of what you pay for in a private yoga class-- to learn in a way that works best for you. The two-way interaction is what will help you in your progress, and what will help me understand your concerns in your practice.
Q: How often should I take an in-person private yoga class?
A: Taking one in-person private yoga class a week is a good start, especially if you are completely new to yoga. After 1-3 months, you can evaluate whether you want to increase the frequency to twice or thrice a week, or stick to the weekly schedule but practice yoga on your own on other days. We can work out a plan together that includes drills as homework. The ideal frequency varies person to person, and approaching one's practice with patience and compassion is what can make yoga enjoyable for you.