Frequently Asked Questions
What qualifications do you have?
I am a Registered Yoga Teacher at the 500-hour level with Yoga Alliance. This means that I completed a 200-hr and 300-hr yoga training. Other skills that I draw from are my undergraduate degree in music education as well as my teaching experience. I am currently in graduate school earning degrees in Music Therapy and Counseling & Development.
Are these sessions online or in-person?
Currently, all sessions are held online.
Can I do yoga if I have ______ illness or condition?
It is always best to differ to your doctor if you are unsure about the effects of yoga on your body.
What should I expect during a session?
Typically, we’ll start by checking in to how you’re doing. We’ll follow this by setting up the breath and then we’ll continue working towards your goals or whatever kind of yoga you need that day!
Do you offer small group private sessions?
Not yet, but I will soon!
Are there payment plans or options for those who can’t afford it?
Currently there are no payment plans. However, I do have sliding scale options to make lessons more affordable. You can find that information here: Sliding Scale Info
How do I prepare for my first session?
The main thing you want to do is check your video setup beforehand. This blog post goes into a little more detail on how to set your video and sound up for success: How to Prepare for Virtual Yoga
I also offer 10-minute consultation calls that can be used to check video setup and other tech questions.
Consultation calls can also be used for general questions about private yoga if you’re curious.
BTW – they’re completely free!
Do I have to practice ______ religion to do yoga?
The short answer is no. If this is something you’d like to discuss within your sessions, we can definitely do that! I don’t currently offer spirituality as a habit in my teaching, but I identify as a Christian so that is the only religion and spirituality that I feel comfortable using.