Caro Yoga

Caro Yoga

5.0
3 years in business

About this pro

Stress, unhappiness, and anxiety are rampant in our lives, yoga gives practioners a chance to slow down and find enjoyment and equanimity!

I teach a several of types of yoga primarily Ashtanga, Vinyasa Flow, and more relaxing styles such as Reiki infused yoga practices. 

I've taught a variety of students of all ages and backgrounds and have enjoyed be a continuous learner at Samadhi Yoga. I am eager to help others on their journey towards a more fulfilling and peaceful life. 

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Denver, CO 80205
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

Every client is different, so I like to start every working relationship with a 15-30 minute consultation so that I can learn how best to server new students, and they in turn ask any question they may have and know what to expect from me. After that I work with students to establish a program that will best help then to meet their goals in the shortest times possible. 


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

Aside from being Yoga alliance certified, I am also a certified Reiki instructor. I feel that Reiki and Yoga work very well together and can be very beneficial for injured students or anyone working on their mental/emotional well-being. I'm also CPR/AED certified and have passed several anatomy courses so I possess a strong understanding of the human anatomy and physiology and how best to keep the body safe.


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

I teach 60-90 minutes lessons for both individuals and small groups. Individual lessons start at $50 and small groups (between 2-5 people) being at $75. 


What types of students have you worked with?

I have worked with a wide variety of yoga practitioners. From beginner to advanced level yogis and even those who had never tried yoga before. I know a lot of powerlifters who I have been able to help incorporate more stretching into their routines. I've also worked with gymnast and runners to help keep then healthy and limber. 


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

If you have a prefer style of yoga defiantly ask if the teacher has experience teaching that style. I would also check to make sure that teachers have a good understanding of how to keep you safe. Can the work with injuries? And do they understand the human body? Finally, I would say the most important thing is general compatibility. I always take time to meet with new students before we begin lessons to ensure that we can work together effectively. 


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