Imagine unrolling your mat in a place of your choosing — perhaps under your favorite tree at the neighborhood park or in the peace of your front room. The instructor shows up at exactly the time that works best for you with poses that are precisely selected for your body and your goals. Each transition is picked specifically for you, and your steps are guided by an instructor who is wholly focused on your peace, strength, and development. This class and every class, she guides you through the process of getting the most out of your yoga journey.
Private yoga instruction isn’t just about the peace of a class without the distraction of several other students; It also makes room for personalization, convenience, and more peaceful progress.
Many people seek specific health benefits from yoga, whether targeting development of specific muscle groups, adjustments based on injury or capability, or a personalized acceleration of pose difficulty based on personal progression. Private yoga classes means your instructor is wholly concentrated on you, your form, and your well-being.
Time & Convenience
Most yoga studios have limited class schedules that can be difficult for some people to add into their schedule. Working with a private instructor means you get to schedule your classes during times that work best for you. Evenings at home after the kids go to bed? During your lunch break at a park near your office? During baby’s naptime in your front room? Private yoga is centered on making yoga more accessible to you.
Not everyone feels at peace in a mirrored room with 12 other sweaty people. With private yoga classes, you get to choose a location for class that is peaceful and convenient for you — whether that’s in the comfort of your own home, your backyard, a neighborhood park, or the home of a friend.
When your private yoga instructor focuses solely on you and your development, you’re able to progress more quickly than you would in a group class. In a group setting, instructors contour their material to be accessible to the least-experienced yogi in the room, whereas with private yoga your instructor designs material specifically for you.