Here are the primary styles for which I offer private sessions:
Vinyasa (aka “Power Flow” or “Flow”)
Like restorative yoga, Vinyasa is great for all levels. However, this IS a full-body workout. Vinyasa is a physical practice of yoga where you will focus on and be conscious of linking your breath with your movement. You can practice Vinyasa with or without heat.
Where some classes are static in nature, each Vinyasa class is different. Every class is empowering, fun, and encourages you to stand in your power and breath through all postures.
Sculpt yoga is a Vinyasa sequence incorporating weights, ranging from 1 to 5 pounds. Incorporating a Sculpt class in your daily yoga practice not only encourages alignment but also increases your bone density, increases muscle mass, increases metabolism, and is great for your rhomboids. Once you get through your Sun A with the weights, you actually feel yourself noticing your alignment and how much the weights encourage alignment, without weighing you down. This recognition of your alignment will translate into more traditional yoga classes or other exercise regimens you incorporate.
Restorative yoga is great for all levels, whether you are a beginner, an athlete, and even if you are looking to recover from or ease the pain of an injury. Grab your free Restorative Yoga ebook for some sample postures.
Restorative yoga is a style of yoga that centers on calming the mind and body. Restorative yoga gives your body what it needs. You will be in supported postures using props; you will hold these gentle postures at your own intensity level for approximately 10 mins each to work all major joints. It is a great introduction for personal meditation (“you” time!).
Through yoga, you can improve your physical health and mental well-being.
Here is a list of some of the many benefits you could gain by practicing yoga.