Private Yoga

Private Yoga Sessions

Private yoga sessions are ideal for those who want personalized instruction to begin brand new or to grow their yoga practice. It is a way to learn and improve based on the specific needs and desires of the client. Private sessions can be a way to eliminate distractions of other people and to experience yoga completely based on the individuality of the client. Beginners can find that private sessions can be especially beneficial, providing them an environment that they can try new poses at entirely their pace with specific feedback and support from the instructor. Each session is prepared with care and encourages individual exploration. Sessions are by appointment Monday through Saturday.

50 minute session = $60

Small Group Yoga Class
We also offer small group yoga classes by appointment Monday through Saturday. A small group is 2-12 people. This is a great way to spend time with others while getting exercise and improving yourself. Get a group together and contact us to schedule your class.

50 minute class = $75


Yoga means union – the union of body with consciousness and consciousness with the soul. Yoga cultivates the ways of maintaining a balanced attitude in day to day life and endows skill in the performance of one’s actions. ~B.K.S. Iyengar

That’s exactly how it is in yoga. The places where you have the most resistance are actually the places that are going to be the areas of the greatest liberation. ~Rodney Yee

“The autonomic nervous system is divided into the sympathetic system, which is often identified with the fight-or-flight response, and the parasympathetic, which is identified with what’s been called the relaxation response. When you do yoga — the deep breathing, the stretching, the movements that release muscle tension, the relaxed focus on being present in your body — you initiate a process that turns the fight-or-flight system off and the relaxation response on. That has a dramatic effect on the body. The heartbeat slows, respiration decreases, blood pressure decreases. The body seizes this chance to turn on the healing mechanisms. ~Richard Faulds

What we’re trying to do in yoga is to create a union, and so to deepen a yoga pose is to actually increase the union of the pose, not necessarily put your leg around your head. ~Rodney Yee

We are aware of yoga only as a technique to gain physical strength, flexibility, or increased health. And indeed these are potent side effects of the practice. But that is what they are: side effects. To focus on these largely insignificant manifestations is to miss the point entirely. ~John McAfee

I would like for people to realize that yoga is not about touching your toes. ~Gary Kraftsow