Personal Yoga Coaching
New to Yoga or
Just looking to
Grow in Your Practice?
Join me Wednesdays at:
Yoga will provide you a great experience on its own and
with personalized attention
to deepen and strengthen your practice,
you will gain the ability and confidence for any yoga class!
Benefits of private instruction include:
~Great for beginners!
~Work one-on-one to go over specific poses and proper alignment.
~Safely learn advanced poses.
~Work with injuries. Learn how to modify poses.
~Discussion of basic Yoga philosophy and teaching.
~Proper breathing technique.
~Learn how to use props to assist you in your practice: blocks, strap, blanket
Want something specific to work on during your private session?
When you schedule a private appointment let her know what you would like to cover,
and she will create a session that is for your particular needs.
Rates start at $75 an hour.
Experience with Iyengar, Hatha, Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Restorative, Yoga Nidra and Self-Care Yoga & Massage, offer benefits to practitioners ranging from the physical to the spiritual.
Hatha, Vinyasa & Ashtanga yoga involve body and breathing exercises. Yoga brings health to the practitioner that is truly radiant, manifested through increased flexibility, strength, stamina, and improved circulation of blood and other vital fluids. Less visible, but equally important, is that students also experience improvement in the functioning of organs and glands.
All this taken together suggests that Yoga leads to better, overall, physiological functioning throughout the body. In that regard, it helps strengthen one's immune system and, really, just about every aspect of one's physical health.
As to its psychological benefits, the practice of yoga can help one become more mentally and emotionally centered. It leaves the practitioner feeling emotionally grounded and, at the same time, it helps to release suppressed tension and emotion that can creates illness and dysfunction in body and mind.
On a more spiritual level, the practice of yoga stimulates acceptance of our inner connections with the environment, other people in close proximity and other people everywhere. In that way, it helps practitioners become more compassionate, and, perhaps, more ethical.
With newfound recognition that the lives of all people are intertwined, the thought of trying to steal from another or otherwise harm another becomes unacceptable. Such an action would be effectively steal from or harm the practitioner him/herself. Simply put, one's heart, one's core, expands with the realization and experience of how we are all interconnected spiritually.