Silicon Valley's Top Yoga Instructor offers Custom At-Home Skype Workouts to Melt Anxiety, Keep Calm & Stay Fit (in Weird Times)
Book your 30-Minute “Namastay-at-home” yoga session below (all you need is a device with access to Skype, Zoom or FaceTime)
Custom-tailored to any skill level, goals, even your “day off” energy levels — from child’s pose to handstands
Dozens of yogis rave they improve much faster (with less pain & confusion) than in a group class or a live-stream
After selecting a suitable 30-minute time, you’ll enter your preferred Skype ID to do the video call (Or, I can also send you a Zoom video link.)
Then, you will receive an email with details containing the date & time of your scheduled session, plus instructions for how to properly set up your yoga space.
When the time arrives: all you need to do is accept my call, be ready on your yoga mat, and open to my instructions.
Absolutely not, I adapt these private one-on-one sessions to suit any skill level, from raw beginner to super advanced. I actually LOVE working with new yogis because they tend to have a more open mind.
Yes, the video doesn’t need to be super high quality for me to guide your practice. Any smartphone works just fine, too.
Yes, to get the most out of the session I recommend at least 1-3 sessions with each individual first. This allows me to get familiar with each person's abilities, their level of body awareness, answer every question and teach modifications if needed. I'll make sure every session feels uniquely your own. Usually 1-3 sessions is enough.
Buddy sessions, couples and small groups can be powerful. While everyone is forced into isolation, a private virtual yoga session can be the perfect bonding experience. The best part is regardless of where you or your other guests are physically - I can join you together virtually through the shared yoga experience*. Message me directly to set this up.
*Makes a great gift, too!
I actually started my yoga practice fifteen years ago on a bath towel! So while I recommend getting a mat, any large towel, rug or bare floor will work just fine if you don’t have a yoga mat. Bring extra towels or blankets to pad your knees, elbows or wrists just in case.
I’d be thrilled to hear from you, but if you want to hear from a few more yogis about what it’s like to work with me, here’s what they say:
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