Why Private Yoga?
Maybe others have suggested yoga to you, but you aren’t sure where to begin. The thought of going to a class when you don’t know a downward dog from a pigeon pose, or where you envision yourself sticking out like a sore thumb is enough to keep you from going at all. Working one on one is a great way to get acclimated to yoga.
What is it that you want from a yoga practice? To be able to get up and down from the floor? To lower your blood pressure? To become more flexible? To care for your joints? To reduce stress? To recover well from surgery? To manage chronic pain? In private yoga sessions, I develop practices around your particular needs and goals.
Yoga is not just throwing your body into a shape. Our bodies are all different, and getting injured while practicing is a sure-fire way to lose interest in yoga. It’s important to consider how past injuries, health concerns, and other physical limitations influence the way your body moves. Yoga is not a one-size-fits-all practice. I want you to develop your practice safely!
Yoga is a way to tap into a sense of inner calm, but if you’re in a group class and worried about how you look or doing something wrong, it’s had to find calm! Without the distractions of a class full of people, you can focus on yourself, how your body feels in a pose, and how your mind feels in the pose also.
Group classes don’t always work for every schedule. We can schedule a private yoga class when it fits with your schedule, and in a place that works for you. I can even meet you at your office. I have also found that Zoom works well for private yoga.
If private yoga sounds like something you might be interested in, or if you have questions, please contact me.