Private yoga sessions are a wonderful way to experience yoga. Traditionally this is the way that yoga was taught. Depending on your needs we can design a class just for you, whether it is a very gentle and relaxing class you are looking for, a more vigorous one, or a fun small yoga class, or your brand new to yoga and you need a class designed especially for you, it is up to you.
SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY OFFER
$45 single sessions 1 persons...
(normally first casual is $55)
Programs per week (* conds apply )
1 persons $ 45 pp
2 persons $ 30 pp
3 persons $ 23 pp
4 persons $ 20 pp
5 persons $ 20 pp
6 persons $ 20 pp
$ 5 additional Single person
$ 10 for 2-3 persons private
Free with 4 or more
Mat hire & Towel hire is $ 3 each
Offsite Private/Corporate/Group class $ 120.00 per session
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF TAKING A PRIVATE YOGA CLASS?
All the attention is on you!
Its like the benefits a student receives from a tutor versus classroom learning, the goal is to prepare them to take group classes “out in the wild” and be comfortable and confident, while continuing to fine tune their practice with private sessions.
There’s safety in private yoga instruction, All your injuries and special needs are addressed in each pose. You can also build a new practice much faster than in a group setting, due to the focused training you’re receiving. You develop a relationship with the teacher, and each class is fine-tuned to your needs.
Its pretty wonderful.
Beginning yoga students can feel overwhelmed in typical class settings, particularly during the first few classes. It can seem difficult to keep up and personal flexibility might require a little work before it becomes easier to get into different poses.
Beginners can avoid feeling overwhelmed and uncomfortable by taking private lessons to get started. A private yoga instructor shows each move personally and can help improve form immediately, which makes it easier to get started.
Going into a big yoga class with students at different levels can lead you to perform yoga poses without proper alignment. If it’s difficult to see the instructor you might be inclined to simply follow what others are doing. And if the person next to you is doing the pose incorrectly, you might also have improper form and leave yourself open to injury.