i teach inside stuff--profound, beautiful, intelligent, functionally mystical yoga that encompasses all of its elements (chakras, mudras, bandhas, pranayama, mantras, et dang-cetera). My instruction is strong but gentle; intense but loving and accessible to all. The meditation techniques i offer are a practical guide to the mystery. i guarantee fascination and fun
The question is: What do you enjoy about the work you do?
And my answer is: Work? What work?
I have been practicing yoga for over 20 years and I can honestly say that I have never encountered an instructor with more skill, dedication and focus. Atiba took my yoga practice to another whole level by helping me to correct many of my yoga postures that I thought I was doing right. The immediate impact on how my body felt was astonishing! Atiba has set the bar for all future yoga instructors that I choose to work with. He has a passion for yoga that is genuine and, no matter the class size, each student gets the equivalent of one-on-one instruction. He has never failed to go above and beyond what is required of him. Any student fortunate enough to come under his tutelage will learn from a true master. I heartily endorse Atiba as a yoga instructor and any organization that he works with will benefit from his incredible energy and dedication.
What are goals, fitness, self-image
Over 40 years experience. Trained in Hatha, Astanga, Kundalini, Khemen (Kemetic), Vinyasa Yogas; with Swami Vishnusevandana, Kim Montgomery; at BKS Iyengar's Integral Yoga in NYC and at AtmaSphere and CorePower Yoga in Buckhead, GA
My initial rates vary with service required, ranging from $30 to $100 per hour. Discounted packages available
Someone asked me a question about Yoga
From 4 to 83-years-old. From fit to chronically unwell. From healthy to injured. From underweight to overweight. From eager to apprehensive. From multilingual to can barely speak English. From a joy-to-work with to everyone-deserves-help--even-if-are-making-it-difficult
The delight of a student when i guided her into something she just knew she couldn't do. i get this fondness a LOT
Is safety emphasized? Does the training regimen designed for your particular needs and capacities? How patient and attentive is the instructor? What is her own ability/can he do what he instructs? Does the teacher look fit? Can she give clear instruction? Is the ink dry on his certification? Is she a person you could be friends with or at least admire?
1. How do I feel physically? (Not just what my diagnosis says.)
2. How do I feel emotionally? Why?
3. What are my fitness goals? Why?
4. To achieve my fitness goals, what am I willing to change or examine? Eating? Habits? Work?
5. How much time can I realistically commit to training?
6. How much can I realistically afford?
7. Am I willing to commit to and invest in myself?