I am once again welcoming people for face to face lessons in Pamber Heath RG26 3TN. If you have concerns about contacts, or getting out, or simply live at a distance, remote 1:1 teaching is still a good way to help advance your personal practice or tailor your yoga practice to specific needs.
While class participation is certianly beneficial and a good introduction to any style of teaching, personal tuition is still the ideal. According to the principles established by Krishnamacharya, the practice of Yoga is to be adapted to the person being taught, their age, background, occupation and previous experience. The possibilities for adaptation to a person's needs are much greater in a 1:1 situation.
The benefits of regular yoga practice are more likely to occur within a 1:1 relationship. This allows me to give you a personal plan to practice daily for a week or two and then report back to me on its effectiveness. The plan can then be modified from meeting to meeting, according to your feedback and progress. Continuing within a one-to-one context, any aspect of Yoga can be developed for you in any depth, guided only by your aspirations and my advice as to your best direction of study and practice.
Currently, I see one-to-one students on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, between 8am and 6pm UK time on Zoom (also Mondays at my home). Please book via email email@example.com My fees are £40 for a lesson of up to 1 hour. You will be expected, as far as possible, to practice daily between meetings. An initial course of six lessons is recommended; following this the frequency of meetings is typically monthly for established students. While countless numbers of people have experienced great benefits from the practice of Yoga, these benefits occur on an individual basis and no guarantees can be given.
I am registered as a Yoga Therapist with the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council www.cnhc.org.uk a UK Govt recognised body that is campaigning for greater recognition of Yoga and other complimentary therapies and the benefits they can contribute to public health.
Last Updated: 26 February 2024