Hi, thank you for visiting my profile.
I have helped individuals with stress and trauma induced pain find relief, develop flexibility, strength and improve posture. When I work with you, I take into consideration your entire lifestyle, including your diet.
I am a registered yoga instructor, strength coach and earned a MS in kinesiology. I am currently a yoga, health and nutrition instructor at a local community college.
My sessions are $60.00 per hour, and I will travel to you.
The greatest reward is when my clients become pain free, or they drop several clothe sizes after just a few months of training.
I love the different alternatives that was offered for a lot of the yoga poses that were difficult or intimidating for me. I highly recommend!
I like the way she explain in the videos, its easy for me to understand and make the postures
I’ve learned to become stress free because of Ms. Noko’s class. She’s been such a help with my peace & feeling so relaxed & energized through anytime of the day and I am so thankful to her for her beautiful energy. This class is a must!!
I always have a wonderful experience with Norkor, she is an excellent teacher with a very pleasant voice. I definitely feel the spirituality radiating through her class as well.
We start with a phone conversation to determine what your goals and experiences are.
The next step is to meet for an initial lesson, discuss your past experience, limitations, concerns and goals.
Finally we come up with a plan if we decide we are a good fit.
BS physical education
RYT yoga instructor
CSCS strength and conditioning coach
First Aid/ CPR
Health, nutrition and yoga college instructor
I typically I charge:
$ 60.00/hour for individual sessions; cheaper for sessions purchased in advance.
Pricing my vary depending on the distance to travel, as well as the number of sessions purchased.
I can also train several people at the same for a very advantageous price.
I have worked with all age groups from young children to teenagers, adults and older adults.
My students range from college students and athletes to sedentary older adults.
When you find a teacher you are interested in, make sure they are qualified in their field. I would also recommend asking when was the last time they attended a training, workshop or conference.
Your trainer should give you realistic expectations.
Try to think about your long term goal, and how much time you want to invest in your training.