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General Questions

What should I wear?

There is no dress code when it comes to yoga. Wear something comfortable that you will be happy to move in.

What physical fitness level should I be at?

Do not worry about your fitness level!  

I will provide modifications and guidance so that you will be able to experience the benefits of a yoga practice.

What if I have a specific concern that might affect my practice?

If you have a specific situation that you think might affect your experience of practicing yoga, please contact me prior to booking any class/course.

What style of yoga do I teach?

The short answer. Hatha Yoga.

The long answer. A typical practice with me will include breath awareness, mindful hatha yoga postures (some gentle, some that challenge, some static, some that move), pranayama sometimes, guided relaxation, and always Savasana. Sprinklings of yogic philosophy to round out the practice. 

Online Class Questions

What do I need for the online class?

- Space! Enough so that you are able to stretch your arms out without touching anything. 
- Device with working camera and sound

- Yoga mat and props (if available). There are many at-home alternatives you can improvise with. Suggestions will be provided. 

Do I have to have my camera on during an online class?

Yes it would be best if I am able to see you during the practice. This is so that I am able to provide individual feedback in real time.

If you have the space, a horizontal view of your mat would give me the most information about your practice.

Private Class Questions

What do you mean by sliding scale?

This means that the price of the class is based on your ability to pay.


The first price is a reduced one - for those who would like to experience a private class but are unable to pay the true cost of the service.


The middle price is the actual cost of the service - for those who are financially stable.

The highest price is for those who would like to pass it on - for those financially comfortable. Paying this price enables me to offer yoga to those who may not otherwise be able to afford it. 

What will I actually practice in a private class?

This is the beauty of a private class. You get to choose. 

We will work together to create a practice that is suitable for you. If you want to spend an entire hour working on Virabhadrasana (Warrior Pose), we can do that. Or if you want a shorter physical practice and 20 minutes of Pranayama (breathing practice), we can do that too. 

Are private classes only for the experienced?

No of course not! Private classes are suitable for everyone. 

Whether you are a beginner or more experienced, this can be a good way to build a practice at your own pace. As well as providing space for you to ask questions and explore - something a studio class may not always be able to offer. 

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