Reverence Yoga

Reverence Yoga

5.0 (7)
1 employee
5 years in business

About this pro

At Reverence Yoga we firmly believe that the sacred practice of yoga should be available and accessable to everyone no matter there station in life. Our staff takes the time to focus on proper allignment to educate our clients on the importance of a strong foundation to get into many variations of asanas. 

In this day and age the spiritual side of the yogic practice as been washed away and westernized to more of the practice of asana/poses. We weave in the spiritual side and invite our clients to take in the wholeness of the yogic practice without any judgement.

We offer Reiki Training/attunements at level 1 & 2, Master Attunements are available by special request only.

It is truly the hightest honor to expierence the joy and happieness that my students express after attending one of my classes. 

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Chula Vista, CA 91913
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7 Reviews

5.0

  • Ana Ituarte

    Relaxed, easy to follow classes with very clearly explained instructions and explanations. I could fall asleep when I'm done from how relaxed I feel! Overall best Yoga experience!

  • Taylor Moses

    It has a really good vibe, very open and friendly. The instructors are all very nice and do a great job of taking you through the practice and encouraging you to push yourself. All the other yogis are just as encouraging and friendly so by the end of class you have some new friends. Overall it's a great place to be and practice at. ❤🧘‍♀️

  • Rebecca Nassie

    Great atmosphere and space - they really took the time to make a great space for their students and staff

  • Kevin Atkinson

    Amazing instructor.


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FAQs


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

It is always important to get to know each student's goals, potential areas of concern, any injuries or previous surgeries.

The types and styles of yoga will be explained to them so that they may choose which type of yoga style may best suit them. I will always reccomend starting with a gentle Hatha if this is the studen'ts first expierence in yoga.


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

I have a 200 hour RYT certification recognized by Yoga Alliance. This coming fall I will be working toward my 500 hour RYT certification. 

June 2018- 45 Hour Yin Teacher training intensive at Pilgramig of the Heart Yoga

August 2018 Connected Warriors Training- Trauma Concious Yoga

Reiki Master with ability attune others in the training in all levels of Reiki 1 & 2.

CPR/First Aid/AED certified through American Red Cross


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





All services 60 Minutes
Reiki Services

Single Sessions

$65 – Single

$50 Military & Students


Four Sessions Pack

$220 ($55)- 4 Sessions

$180 ($45)- Military & Students



*Local- Chula Vista (contact for additional questions)

Private Yoga Sessions

Hatha or Vinyasa style yoga


Single Classes-60 Minutes

*$30-local/ $35- Non Local


Military & Students

*$20 Local/$25 Non Local


Four Sessions Pack

$120 ($30)

$100- Military & Students


Group Rates

$60 public/ $45 Military & Student- Duet

$115 Public/$90 Military & Student- Quad


*If you’re buying private sessions as a gift please contact us for details.


How did you get started teaching?

I first started my Yogic Journey fourteen years ago when I was introduced to Vinyasa yoga. After using Yoga and the power of Reiki Energy healing to heal my own trauma I realized a passion for helping others discover and experience the benefits of Yoga & Reiki energy healing.

Love & Light

Namaste

Alicia Di Mola


What types of students have you worked with?

I've worked with the following students:

-Prenatal

-Elderly

-Injured

-Advanced 

-Beginners


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

I recently lead a class with many different types of students ranging from full term prenatal, beginners, teenagers, elderly with a walker.

I was able to get everyone into the correct variations of the poses that they needed with grace and ease. Everyone enjoyed the class. My heart was filled with such gratitude.


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

I would advise them to try one session first and give the feedback to the instructor as to how they felt after the class and see if they would like to continue further. Some times the student doesn't feel comfortable with their instructor. The goal is for the instructor to provide a calm and open learning environment for the student with out the worry of being judged.


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

1. What injuries or medical conditions they may need to make the intructor aware of so that they can properly design the class to the student's needs.

2. What are they looking to get out of the yoga class? A deeper spiritual connection? Stronger body? Stretching stiff body? Rehabing from a previous injury or stress management?

3. Are they against any essential oils or inscense for savasana (final resting pose) massage?

4. Are they open to physical adjustments and assists if needed?


Lessons offered

Reiki Trainers Yoga Classes