What could yoga at home really do for your practice?
Getting to class, making time for a class during the working week for professionals and executives is almost impossible. But with Yatren’s live online classes, a regular yoga practice is now possible.
Deadlines, networking, travelling all make it hard to commit to a regular class. By doing yoga at home, or at a hotel, these valid reasons are eliminated.
Yoga at home means:
- Set your alarm just minutes before class starts
- Wake up
- Your mat
- Your blanket
- Your cushions
- Your air
- No small talk
Illness, energy levels; people often wont go to yoga when they’re sick, however you can continue to come to my class when you are sick because I’ll give you a specific sequence to get you well faster. The best way to find out if you like yoga at home compared with a studio class, is simply to try it.
“I find being able to tune in for my yoga session particularly helpful when I am working interstate, which is often when I am faced with my most stressful challenges.” – Helen, Barrister
How yoga at home works.
Attending classes is easy. Click on the link for class, roll out your yoga mat about 3 metres away from your device, and you are ready to go. So far people have been using their laptop, iPad, tablet or phone to join the class. So all you need is internet access and a space to practice. You may have the perfect spot already, it may be as simple as moving your coffee table aside.
You will work at your own pace through a sequence of postures specifically designed to your level of experience. Whether you are just starting out, or have a vast amount of experience, I will ensure that you have the highest standard of instruction to fine tune your practice, so that you can progress with ease and confidence. Each class may have 5 to 10 other dedicated students online. Each person will be doing his or her own practice at their own pace. Some people will be working slowly and gently, and others, more actively. At The Yoga Raj, there is a strong emphasis on presence throughout the physical practice.