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I take my students' needs seriously. I ask about their goals, physical conditions and their level of experience with yoga. I can bring a therapeutic approach to our practices, if needed. I use props and alignment cues to bring my students to an optimal sense of strength, balance and well-being. I also offer restaurative practices, aroma therapy, and meditation.

I've been teaching for almost six years, practicing for about forteen years. I'm eRYT500 and Chair Yoga, iRest Yoga Nidra Level 1, Urban Zen Therapy, and Prenatal Level 1 certified. My website: www.liliaroman.com

Connecting with people and seeing them improve in their yoga and self-care practices.

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San Francisco, CA 94107
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

I ask them questions such as what's their goal, their experience, and why do they want to practice yoga.

I ask about their physical conditions: injuries, illnesses, and about sleep, stress, depression issues, etc.

It's also importan to know their life style, food habits, and work conditions to assess their level of stress, etc.

I keep a record of their progress.

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

I'm a yoga teacher, eRYT500, Urban Zen Integrative Yoga Therapy and Chair Yoga certified.

Among the classes I teach are: Yoga for People with Cancer, Yoga for Trauma Releasem, Yoga for Every Body, and Yoga for Women.

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

I charge between $50 and $120 per hour, depending on distance I have to travel and student's budget.

How did you get started teaching?

I taught yoga for beginners and volunteered at various centers, including Senior Center and Casa Ubuntu (A center for people who have endured deep trauma and are in recovery), where I ended up being hired as a regular yoga Teacher.

What types of students have you worked with?

Average, young adolescents, middle age, seniors, people with cancer, people who have dealt with trauma, people with disabilities. I've worked with people from all ethnic backgrounds.

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

Try a lesson, or two, with the teacher, first, before committing to longer term with that teacher. See their experience and how you connect with the teacher. The right energy is very important.

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

If you have an injury, how long have you been dealing with that injury? Have you seen a doctor? have you had it diagnosed? what has been the advice of the doctor?

What are your goals when practicing yoga? Do you practice yoga to relax? to strengthen? to meditate? to become more flexible?

Are you new to yoga? If you're an intermediate or experienced practicioner, what are you greatest challenges when practicing Asanas and what would you like to work on?

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