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Zita an amazing teacher. Her classes are amazing. She puts detail into everything from greeting the students upon arriving to her instructions during the class; detailed information to get in and out from yoga postures. Her energy is very calm making the yoga experience very soothing. Try her classes... are a treat
Zita’s Classes have great energy and vibe. Personally I like the fact that she repeats each posture two times... the way it always used to be!
There are several questions to discuss before we start to work together;
We need to discuss your expectations
Reason of starting yoga is phisycal, mental or both
Are we going to work on a special body part or the whole body
Do you have any injuries or/ and any traumas recently
When you answer the questions above I can start to work on your yoga class
I completed my 200 RYT training in 2013, NC, Raleigh.
I am trained and certified by Jimmy Barkan who opened the first yoga studio in south Florida 35 years ago.
In 2015, I completed Barkan level II/III. and learned hands on techniques, and got certified to teach vinyasa classes.
The Barkan Method Hot Yoga Studio in Fort lauderdale, where I teach classes won the Award of the Best Yoga Studio in south Florida 2017.
I have a strong practice, I do yoga every day.
Continously educating myself with workshops, readings, documentaries and I take part of the yoga community.
I work with all ages and physical conditions.
I had disabled student before (hearing problems, blind, lost limb)
most of my student are seeking for better mental and phisycal condition.
There are many teachers out there... Make sure you share true info about your physical condition so your teacher is able to offer you modifications for postures where needed
Trust teachers who have strong, every day practice but don't forget images are not necesseraly showing knowledge. Just in everyday life; don't judge the book by its cover... what is important it might be invisible for your eyes.
Set your goal!
Make it clear what do you expect from your teacher.
Let the teacher know about your injuries, physical condition.