What are the benefits of a private yoga lesson?
Whether you’re brand new to yoga or you have been practicing yoga for years, a private yoga lesson can benefit all. A private yoga lesson will help you will learn breathing techniques and foundation postures that will help if you’re new to yoga. If you have been practicing for years, it’s a great way to deepen your practice. Both experienced and new yogis should set goals in what they want to accomplish during their one on one sessions.
Small group, large group and office yoga lessons are great for creating a bond between friends and co-workers.
Set Personal Goals
Setting a goal or an intention is always good for new and experienced yoga students. This sets the tone of your practice, whether your goal or your intention for yoga is to relax or to get into Adho Mukha Vrksasana (handstand). Ask yourself, what is your ultimate goal that you want to achieve in your yoga practice long term? Each session, set an intention or goal that you would like to achieve short term to get to your long term goal or intention. With private yoga lessons, we can breakdown your goals and intentions to find a path that’s right for you.
Convenient For You
The benefit to private yoga sessions is, the yoga instructor comes to you. Many students want to practice yoga more, sometimes their schedule doesn’t align with a yoga studio’s schedule, however. Private yoga sessions can be done anywhere; inside your home, backyard, park, beach, or in the office (if you don’t have time to get to a studio at lunch).
If you’re new to yoga, it’s a great way to get one on one instruction from the teacher. In a group class, the yoga instructor doesn’t always have the time to help new students with alignment in every posture. In a private lesson, we can work on alignment, breathing techniques and benefits of postures.
Deepen Your Practice
Are you looking to learn more about your practice? Private lessons will help you find correct alignment in poses and to take different variations and layers.
The great thing about yoga, you can always learn more and find different layers. Whether you want find depth in Warrior II or learn how to incorporate inversions into your practice, one on one sessions and group sessions can help with that.