You may know that the format in which I teach yoga is a bit different than how you normally think of yoga being taught, & maybe different than what you’ve experienced it being taught. Guided Self-Practice is, in my mind, the most effective way to teach someone who is ready to do work towards self-betterment on himself/herself with a personal practice. And I will tell you that I can take someone so much farther in this setting because I get to work with you personally and on an individual level to tailor a yoga practice to your unique needs. I can use both verbal and physical adjustments and assists to take you to your edge in your practice. An edge you determine and teach yourself to find. Quieting your mind during this sort of class comes from listening to the sound of your rhythmic breath, from your breath count, and from challenging your mind to focus in on the posture or transition you are moving through at that moment. To be fully present.
BUT…I also realize that not everyone is ready to take this leap and adopt a personal practice. And sometimes you need more constant verbal guidance to help you tune out all the extra “noise” in your mind. This kind of “guided meditation” as I like to call it, can be found in a group yoga class. This is the format in which you probably have most often seen yoga being taught to the masses. And because you may be one of those people who prefers to practice yoga in a group with someone verbally guiding you through each step and posture, I am offering some classes that will give you a chance to experience yoga in this way. The way I always used to teach it:). I am excited to bring you these options and hope that there will be enough success with these classes to be able to continue to offer this format at least a couple times a month initially.
So join me at 1, 2, or all 3 of these classes that begin next week! Reserve your spot by emailing me today.