ONLINE CLASSES

  PRICING

  • One-Time Drop-In — $10

  • 5 Class Pack — $45

  • 10 Class Pack — $90 

  • Monthly unlimited - $60

   Select class name & time to 

   register for a class. Class

   pack options will be shown

   during check-out.

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HOW IT WORKS

I use the video conference site Zoom as the platform to host all online classes. You will need to create a free Zoom profile before your first online class.

When you sign up for a class, you will receive an email that confirms your class registration. You will receive the Zoom link for class on the morning of the class, I usually send them out around 9:30 am. Please log in 5 minutes prior to class time. 

Students are encouraged to find a home space for practice that minimizes distraction, has acceptable lighting, and gives room for reasonable movement.

TYPES OF CLASSES

  • Open Drop-In Group Classes — Just like regular yoga classes, these sessions provide a typical classroom feel.  $10/class or use your class package.  Please register for classes here!

  • Private Sessions — Individual, appointment-only sessions feature more individualized, refined attention. I offer individual yoga instruction and private yoga therapy, postural assessment, and guided relaxation/meditation sessions. You will receive an individual practice summary and a copy of the video session for your future reference. $80/hour. Please contact me directly for scheduling here

WHAT YOU NEED

  • ​A Device with a Camera — You will need to set up your computer, tablet, or phone so that you can be seen clearly and look at the screen as needed. The larger the screen, the easier it is to see demonstrations. Some people hook up their device to their Smart TV. 

  • Yoga Mat — Any standard yoga mat will do. 

  • Block — Any block will do, if you don't have a yoga block you can purchase them online or use a stack of books or something similar as an alternative.

  • Strap — Any standard yoga strap, or substitute a belt, tie, or dog leash for a strap if available. 

  • A spot at the wall — Some sequences require legs up the wall, and sometimes we do standing postures with our hands on the wall.

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