Absolutely! I graduated from a 200hr Yoga Teacher Training from Empowered Yoga and Mindfulness in Edmonton, in December 2017. I have also taken Yin Yoga Teacher Training with Brandon Jacobs Yoga in April 2018. I am continuing my studies and working towards completing a 300hr teacher program. Both institutions are accredited with the Yoga Alliance of Alberta
Beginners are welcome to take part in all yoga classes. Through the course of my teachings I have had a lot of experience teaching newer yogis and feel confident in being able to guide them during the yoga class.
Not at all! You don’t have to be flexible or fit to practice yoga. You just need to be aware of your body and practice at your own pace. Flexibility and fitness are only two of the many benefits of a consistent yoga practice.
Yes. Depending on what type of injuries you’ve had, there are always modifications that can be made for your body’s needs. After inquiring about a yoga class, I always have an initial consultation where we can discuss these concerns.
Yoga is not a cult or religion. The practice of yoga dates back centuries ago to India, where it was thought to be a practice of spiritual development. Part of the beauty of yoga is that it can be what ever you like it to be - a deeply spiritual practice, or something that you do to feel lighter and more energized in your body.
No you definitely don’t. I acknowledge that practicing yoga can place people in a vulnerable position, and I will completely respect your space and boundaries. I will always ask if you are willing to receive adjustments or be touched. However, touch is often not necessary, as I will demonstrate poses and give cues for adjustments around or in front of the participant.
I do offer workshops on Boardroom Yoga, Chair Yoga, and Mindfulness in the Workplace.
I am a 100% mobile yoga teacher. I usually do ask if the participant has an open space available for us to practice. If that is not available, I can arrange for us to practice in another private space for a slightly increased rate.
I am available to travel in and around the Edmonton, Sherwood Park, Fort Saskatchewan and Leduc area. If my services were needed outside of those areas I am definitely willing to chat about those possibilities.
No. Practicing yoga at room temperature won’t have you dripping sweat. My goal with corporate yoga is never to leave the participants feeling uncomfortable.
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