Innergy Corporate Yoga

Innergy Corporate Yoga

5.0 (2)
30 employees
17 years in business

About this pro

My team and I help busy people reduce stress and boost productivity with Corporate & Private Yoga sessions at their home or office. No driving or parking hassles.

I bring the benefits of yoga right to my clients.

After I learn more about what you're looking for with an in-person consultation, I'll customize my yoga sessions just for you, based on your needs and goals.

I've been teaching for several years now.

My website is www.innergycorporateyoga.com.

I love helping busy people lower stress, and I really enjoy working one on one with my clients in their homes. Yoga is a fantastic tool for fitness and wellness.

I know how difficult it can be to get out to a yoga class, which is why private in-home yoga can be a great alternative.

I love making my clients feel extra special with hands on touch, subtle adjustments and plenty of time for Q & A after each session.

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Credentials

Everett, WA 98208
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2 Reviews

5.0

  • Jonathan Martin

    The instructor comes right to my home, I don't even have to leave. So far everything has been great. I was looking to start yoga to increase flexibility and reduce stress. I recommend giving them a call.

  • Anita Thompson

    This company really cares about you. They ensure all teachers are certified, insured etc and that the teacher shows up on time. I never have to worry about anything. It's been very convenient for me to do yoga in my home.



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FAQs


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

Someone on our team will meet with you for 15-20 minutes for a consultation (live or over zoom). 

We want to understand your goals with doing yoga and how we can help you.

If there's a fit, we'll get you started.


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

My team and I each have:

-A minimum of 200 hours from a recognized yoga certification program

-Up to date First Aid/CPR

-A minimum of $2 million liability insurance

Many of us have additional trainings in yoga, meditation, fitness, energy healing and more.


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

Our pricing varies, depending on the length of your sessions, frequency and how many sessions you are booking.

We give discounts to longer term clients. 

We always strive to find something that fits our client's needs and budget.


How did you get started teaching?

My very first introduction to yoga was through a family member who had a strong practice. She taught me a session in her home.

I then did videos and practiced on my own for many years. At that time I lived in a remote area and options were limited.

When I moved to the city in 2002, I went to my first yoga class at a studio and fell in love. 

I adored how yoga made me feel, both physically and mentally. It allowed me to empty my mind of all its' troubles and worries and find the inner peace I was seeking. 

After just one class, I made the decision to help others by teaching yoga to them. 


What types of students have you worked with?

I have taught yoga to women, men, older people, young people, busy professionals, pregnant women, children and more.

My true passion is teaching yoga to busy professionals and individuals who need help to de-stress and slow down. 


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

If you are looking to hire a yoga teacher, ask a lot of questions. 

The teacher should also be asking you a lot of questions, to be sure there is a good fit for both parties.

You'll want to work with a yoga teacher or organization that has a professional approach.

Ask what their cancellation policy is. 

What if that teacher isn't a good fit - can you change teachers?

Be leery of anyone charging too little, as they often are not qualified or certified. 


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

Some questions that students should think through would include:

-What is your approach to working with a student like me?
-Are you able to accommodate my specific needs or situation?
-What style of yoga do you teach?
-Do you tailor or customize sessions based on my goals, likes, wants and needs?
-What is your cancellation or refund policy?
-How many years of experience do you have?