Our Gentle Yoga and Yoga Basics classes are designed for uncertain beginners. You may also want to schedule a few private sessions to determine what kind of modifications you need in some postures. We can also help you develop an at-home practice plan that will get you on track for beginning level yoga classes.
We have all the needed props, along with cleaning spray you can use on our mats. However, we encourage students to buy their own mat so that they feel more committed to practicing and are able to roll it out at home.
We certainly understand that for many people, it is much more cost effective to take classes where you work out. In some cases, your gym may offer excellent yoga classes. Many people find that a yoga studio is more peaceful place a gym. You can feel the difference when you come into a room that is only used for yoga and meditation. Plus there’s no mirrors or obnoxious music to contend with. If you have never been in a yoga studio class, come give it a try and see if a more personal connection to a community of practitioners appeals.
Grateful Yoga aims to create sangha, a community where students and teachers support each other in the practice of yoga. We cap our class attendance at 16 people. This means that each person is a valuable part of our class. You will be remembered, you will be assisted (if you like) and you will be able to ask us questions.
Our space is simple and elegant, with low overhead. This allows us to focus more on what we love doing - teaching yoga. Grateful Yoga is our livelihood, but our main intention is to have a positive relationship with our students, to transmit the ancient practices of yoga and to enjoy ourselves. Operational simplicity allows us to offer a sliding scale for instruction and make donations to local charities. We have consciously chosen to "keep it simple" for you and for ourselves.