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Frequently Asked Questions

In-Person Classes

Are your classes suitable for beginners?


Yes. I love working with beginners and you do not have to have any experience with yoga or meditation to come start a practice. All students are given the opportunity to build a strong foundation in yoga and meditation or expand upon their existing practice. My teachings are focused on creating space in the body to heal and release tension built up from anxiety, stress, or injury.




What do students need?


Each student will need

  • a yoga mat
  • a hand towel (optional)
  • a yoga strap (optional)
  • a yoga block (optional)
  • an open mind




If we have a class scheduled, do we have the option to cancel it if something comes up?


Yes, students are asked to cancel at least 24 hours in advance to be credited for the class.




Where can I have a private yoga session?


Private yoga can be held at your home, office, or an agreed upon location. A yoga space should be clean, quiet, free from distractions, and large enough to accommodate your own yoga mat and that of the teacher's.




What do I need to have a private session?


Besides the appropriate quiet space, you will need your own yoga mat. Students may also bring their own props such as bolsters, blocks, or straps; but it is not required.




Do you teach at corporate events?


Yes I do. Contact me to for your next corporate event.




I'm out of shape and not flexible, are private yoga sessions suitable for me?


Yoga is for everyone. Private sessions are the best way for a beginner to learn yoga. From the first session you will get tailored instruction and feel confident to practice at home. Flexibility is not a prerequisite for participation in yoga. It is however, a natural outcome of stretching. So, think of yoga as an opportunity to improve flexibility in a supportive and safe environment set at your pace.




Who can take a class?


Anyone can take a class. I work with beginner to advanced yogis. If a student has any physical conditions or limitations that requires individual attention and special instruction, they must seek medical advice before commencing the classes. I have worked with students from ages 8-90 some dealing with conditions such as cancer, Parkinsons, ALS, arthrytis, osteoerosis, high blood pressure, sciatic issues, lower lumbar issues and many more. I believe in a very mindful and gentle approach when it comes to healing the body and engaging in the phyiscal practice of yoga. Classes are focused on teaching mindfulness of the body through the use of the breath to help learn how to calm the mind and create space physically and mentally.




I am pregnant/recently gave birth – is Yoga safe for me?


Pregnancy is a special time for your body. We recommend that, unless you have been practicing Yoga regularly for five years, you should seek out a specialist pregnancy Yoga teacher. You can start Yoga practice six months after you have given birth. This gives your body time to heal and regain strength and prevent injury.




I have an injury or disability, can you adapt to my needs?


Of course. If you have an injury or a disability I will work with you to help develop a safe and enjoyable Yoga practice that is suitable for you. Please consult your physician first before engaging in any yoga classes.





Online Classes

How do you conduct online classes?


Online classes are conducted via zoom.




What do I need for an online class?


For an online class students should have a yoga mat for class. (blocks, straps or blosters are optionak and always welcomed) Students are asked to set up their phone or desktop's camera so that the instructor may see the student on their mat in order to help correct form and technique.




I have an injury or disability, can you adapt to my needs?


Of course. If you have an injury or a disability I will work with you to help develop a safe and enjoyable Yoga practice that is suitable for you. Please consult your physician first before engaging in any yoga classes.




I am pregnant/recently gave birth – is Yoga safe for me?


Pregnancy is a special time for your body. We recommend that, unless you have been practicing Yoga regularly for five years, you should seek out a specialist pregnancy Yoga teacher. You can start Yoga practice six months after you have given birth. This gives your body time to heal and regain strength and prevent injury.




What do students need?


Each student will need

  • a yoga mat
  • a hand towel (optional)
  • a yoga strap (optional)
  • a yoga block (optional)
  • an open mind