Now Offering Classes Online!
Want to take a class with me? Now you can, no matter where you live. These yoga classes are live, and they have all the benefits of a studio class with the convenience of your living room.
Why do Yoga?
Here are a few benefits of doing yoga:
- Increased Flexibility
- Improved Strength
- Better Cardio and Circulatory Health
- Improved Sleep
- Reduce Anxiety
- Reduce Stress
- Improve Focus
- Lose Weight
- So much more!
How do online class work?
I’m so glad you asked!
When you click on the button “Reserve Your Spot,” you will be taken to my online yoga studio. There, on the right side, you will find a list of classes I am offering. There will also be a brief description and the cost of the class.
- Click on the class you want to take
- When the second window opens, with my welcome video, click on the “book class” button in the lower right corner.
- Select the day you want to attend the class, and complete the check out using the instructions on the site.
- When the day and time has arrived, you will find the class under your “My classes” tab on the website. Click on the class and you will be taken to the live stream.
- That’s it!
Tips to make your online class more enjoyable
- You will want to wear comfortable clothing that you can move in, loose but not so loose that it will get in your way. Many people like to wear leggings or capris with a tank top or fitted t-shirt. Ladies will want to wear a sports bra as well for extra support.
- You will also need to have a yoga mat or a beach towel. It is recommended to have a block (or two) and a strap, but we can work with substitutes if necessary. I’ve used books, lunchboxes, Tupperware, anything that is somewhat firm and block-shaped will do. And for a strap, you can use a belt or scarf.
- You need space to move in. You should be able to roll out your yoga mat without it touching anything on all sides, with a little extra room all the way around, so you can reach out with either hands or feet.
Lastly, you will need to be able to see your computer screen or device and I need to be able to see you too (although I believe there are options to allow you to hide your feed if you just want to watch the class without getting feedback). This means placing your mat in a well-lit, quiet place, and finding the best place to set your camera (phone or laptop) so I can clearly see and hear you.
Space is Limited
We only allow a maximum of 9 students in each class, which allows me to be able to connect with you in class, guiding you in alignment and intention.
Which means it is important to reserve your spot, since they can fill up fast.