Benefits of 1-on-1 & small group
Gain Initial Experience In a safe environment.
For Beginners; It is imperative to learn the basics correctly and ensure proper alignment. Without doing so, you’re at an increased risk of injury.
A private lesson allows an individual to set specific goals and plans, such as personal goals for flexibility, strength or meditation.
Comfort in Sharing Your Personal Health History. In a group class, it can be challenging to approach the instructor with your health history.
Some people prefer to do private classes on a permanent basis.
However, others simply use them to prepare themselves to join a group setting later down the line.
1-0n-1 or Small group sessions
Experience the benefit of specialized instruction 1-on-1 or with a group.
Let us develop a groove for YOU
Benefits of 1-on-1 & small group settings:
Ability to shift gears and tailor that days experience to YOU.
Improved alignment through verbal and/or hands-on adjustments
Enhanced awareness and mental focus
Greater commitment to your practice
Yoga Nidra / Meditation
Yoga Nidra is a series of structured awareness techniques that optimize physical restoration and interrupt the process by which we engage in stressful thoughts. It is defined as a deeply restorative sleep based meditation that allows a person to relate differently to their unconscious habits. It also releases the healing potential within the body, by removing the mind, as in sleep.
Restorative / Gentle Yoga
Restorative yoga is a practice that is all about slowing down and opening your body through passive stretching. Poses are are either seated or laying down.
During the long holds of restorative yoga, however, your muscles are allowed to relax deeply. It's a unique feeling because props, rather than your muscles, are used to support your body.
Move through postures and breathing exercises with the aid of a chair. Movement is slow and deliberate. Students can experience the many benefits of yoga without having to get up or down from the floor. Great for: those with limited mobility, un-sure beginners and those looking to slowly rediscover movement!
Power yoga / Athletic conditioning
Power yoga is a more dynamic version of traditional yoga it s faster, more intense and the focus is more on building strength and less on meditation or chanting. And while in yoga there s a fixed set of asanas, in power yoga teachers have more flexibility in terms of arranging postures according to their preferences.