Yoga With Patience, LLC

Yoga With Patience, LLC

5.0 (3)
1 employee

About this pro

My intention with private yoga lessons and classes is to improve my client's confidence and knowledge to practice yoga on their own. I spend time on my clients needs, and create yoga practices and meditations that compliment ones life or goals. Working with me will not only increase your love and gratitude, it will leave you feeling emotionally and physically nurtured.

I enjoy helping people like you to develop a better awareness of your body and mind, while you increase your grace, physical strength, endurance and flexibility with yoga poses and techinues that compliment you.

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Credentials

Gilbert, AZ 85297
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3 Reviews

5.0

  • Brian swisher

    She is not only professional but a pleasure to work with. She knows how to cue correctly and the alterations that can be done. She does great both for challenging and gentle classes and has the knowledge to keep those classes safe and entertaining for the students.

  • RICARDO.GONZALEZ

    what I enjoyed the most about Patience is her dedication and love for yoga, she is my first instructor and she definitely a great experience because of her knowledge and patience. I will allways be greatful for her teachings.

  • Anna Williams

    She is so encouraging and very knowledgeable! She wants her students to get the most out of each class! Her classes are a great combination of poses and breathing and flowing... once class is over I always feel like the world makes sense again!



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FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

I like to get to know and find out about you and how your day and life is going, and how your body is feeling. Learning about you with each lesson helps me choose a yoga sequence and practice suitable just for you.

Your yoga lesson is just for you and designed based upon your individual body, goals and objectives.

Yes, I have everything you need for your lesson including the mat and all the props you'll need to be sucessful and accomplish your yoga goals.


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I am a Yoga Alliance Registered 200 Level Yoga Teacher, with 6+ years of experience. I appreciate yoga which aligns the body in a safe manner, and focuses on making you stronger and flexible in body, and clearer in mind and spirit.  I am currently enrolled in my Masters level healing emphasis yoga training and have studied and taught yoga with trauma and integrative theratupics. 


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

I travel to you.  Travel time and expense is included in my hourly rate when I travel to you, and isn't when you meet me at my home or a local park, which is great for groups. 

 


How did you get started teaching?

I started teaching in 2013 during my yoga teacher training, as required for the program, and I've taught ever since.


What types of students have you worked with?

I've worked with every body type and age, okay maybe not every one.  I've had stroke and cancer surviors in my classes, as well as 3 year old children with MS, as well as college athletes, moms, dads, grandparents, and the average IT professional.


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

My children and I spent time in Oregon with my college best friend and her family. It was beautiful to witness my children exploring and playing in nature, on farms, in the forests, on the beach-coast and visit the town I grew up in. 


What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Keep and an open mind and feel free to try a variety of teachers and styles, you'll enjoy them and learn in the process.

Yoga is a personal practice, so look for a teacher and/or studio that resonates with you.

Yoga is fun and can change the way you think, feel and pereceive yourself and the world. 

Learning to 'be' and being true to yourself is of utmost importance in the practice of yoga.

Ask questions and don't judge without honest curiousty and conversation - get to know them and let them get to know you.


What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

What do you wish to accomplish?

Why are you doing this?

What is your time frame? 

How much time would you like to dedicate each day or week to yoga?

Are you ready to be open and honest with yourself?

What is your belief system?

What is the one most imporant thing you would like to learn and/or walk away with?