Each yoga class has a similar structure:
The more frequently you practice yoga – whether in a class or on your own – the sooner you will feel results.
You can literally just show up. The first time you come, consider the following.
For good hygiene, I encourage you to buy your own yoga mat. This also facilitates practicing at home between classes, which gives you the greatest long-term benefit from your yoga practice.
Yoga mats come in a range of styles and prices. Inexpensive mats are available at discount stores and online. I sell Manduka Eko-Lite yoga mats at a discount off the retail price. Manduka makes their mats of natural rubber, rather than plastic, so they do not off-gas and have excellent non-slip properties.
I always have mats and other props available in the classrooms, any time you need to borrow one for class.
I have taught yoga to triathletes, competitive runners, cyclists, swimmers, and weekend warriors. Athletes find that yoga improves balance and flexibility, as well as concentration and endurance. It also aids in recovery from heavy workouts.
The FREE first class is a way for new folks to try out yoga and see how it fits. Most of my students are 35-55, but I have taught students ranging from grade school to 84. I love making yoga accessible to everyone. Feel free to call me if you have specific questions.
If you are concerned about an injury or medical condition, talk to your doctor before coming to class. You can also take advantage of our FREE SCREENING option with a Physical Therapist at Meier & Marsh (the host of our Tooele classes).
Contact me with questions, or to arrange your FREE SCREENING.
My classes provide a focused, personalized, non-competitive atmosphere where you can immerse yourself in the practice of yoga without distraction. I teach in a playful and spontaneous way, so no two classes are the same.
When I asked my students to describe what they saw as my specialty, they said: