We at Yoga 203 beleive in yoga being a practice for everyone and every body. Our goal is to make movement accessible to all, to focus on functionality and mobilty and let you begin to feel at home in your body. The teachers at our studio range from having 10+ years of teaching experience as well as being more green with a new and fresh approach. Together we have certifications among different specialties so there is a teacher for everyone. Yoga for beginners, Yoga for Grief, Meditation, Pranayama, Avdanced posture clinics, these are just a few of the specialties we provide as a yoga collective.
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Before working together I like to send over a questionnaire to better understand a student's abilities, injuries and past expereince with movement. This is a great way to fine tune an initial lesson together, as we work towards their goals the better I am able to assess how to move forward and work with them in a way that is beneficial to their specific needs.
I work on a sliding scale dependant on students needs and finiancial situations.
I personally began teaching yoga in 2014 after practicing for 4 years and wanting to deeper build my connection with what had become a staple in my everyday life. One certified to teach I felt drawn to sharing this knowledge with people beyond what some may call the typical yoga student, and first started working with the elder, overweight and the incredibly stiff (crossfitters).
I have worked with all body types and ages. I first began working with "older" clients in the 50+ age range, those considered clinically overweight as they were recommended to me by their weight loss mentors and also those who thought they could never be flexible, you the know type, the big broad weiht lifters of CrossFit.
When seeking a yoga teacher sometimes the years of experience is not always as telling of whether or not they are right for you, I would consider do they have experience with different bodies, beginners or older practioners.