Sweat&heal Yoga And Meditation

Sweat&heal Yoga And Meditation

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1 employee
1 years in business

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Sweat & Heal has that unique oppertunity for you to dive in with one on one yoga instructor and meditation guru Meghan Jensen. With her 9 years of experience teaching, and 18 years of practicing; She will help you to heal from anything using her 6 specialized categories of yoga and a more recent focus on truama informed yoga and meditation. Together, you will use these ancient practices to get stronger mentally and physically. You will learn overtime the deeper meaning of meditation, (with a specific focus on Vipassana) and how to use this to gain better control over your life, and manifest all that you want. I am certified RYT yoga teacher in the following areas:

Chakra yoga, restorative yoga for athletes and injuries, prenatal yoga, senior yoga for elders, childrens yoga, & trauma informed yoga therapy. I am also trained in chakra and vipassana meditation. 

As a yoga and meditation lover/practitioner,  it is my job to share my love and knowlegde that I have gathered over the past two decades and teach them to anyone who is opened to recieveing that. I love what I do for a living because I use yoga and meditation in my daily personal life to manifest everything I do. I even help my amazing clients manifest what they truly want in life too! It is one of my greatest blessings in this life!

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Reading, MA 01867
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

My typical process for working with any new student is to always keep things open minded to my students needs. I always want to know about what my student is hoping to gain first and foremost out of any lesson with me. I will send you my price per session, tell you a little bit about my certification and training specialties; and set up a first lesson and meeting in person/by phone for as soon as possible! I look forward to meeting all types of new students that want to gain better peace of mind and clarity through breath work, yoga, and or meditation lessons with me. In a first meet up, we will discuss what you are comfortable with and how I can best help you practice some yoga techniques and breath work suited for what you tell me you need! You can also email me me at [email protected] about my location and or setting up an outside space weather permitted.  


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

I am registered and certified in yoga at the 200hr + level by the Yoga Alliance. I have been certified to teach for 10 years. I have been practicing yoga for 18 years personally. I have taught at place like Boston Sports Club, children's childcare centers, and one on one with many walks of lives and people of all ages and ability. 


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

-My flat rate fee for one hours $60.00/hour session

-My flat rate fee for a half hour is 45.00/half hour session. 

-My flat rate fee for one and a half hours is $80.00/session. 


How did you get started teaching?

I got started when I was 18 years old! I discovered a woman by the name of Robin, who was running RYT yoga teacher trainings in Tewksbury Massachusetts. I was just out of high school and realized how drawn I was to helping people learn to love and heal their mind and bodies with yoga. It helped heal my body and nourish my mind and spirit from the age of 11 years old when I took my first lesson. The amazing and ironic story is that when I found the woman that trained me to teach yoga, she was the same woman I took my very first yoga lesson with. Her center had since changed and I had only taken 2 classes through her by one of her staff members 7 years prior to our meet up.  When she realized who I was after talking, she said I reminded her much of her younger self and she offered me a partial scholarship! I was accepted into her teacher training program at the 200hr level and I've been forever grateful since. She has taught me more than yoga and much philosophy on life and business/success.  I do what I love and I love what I do!


What types of students have you worked with?

I have worked with many students who are brand new to yoga or have only tried a couple of classes or online lessons before. Because of this, one should never feel intimidated by my teaching styles. I have taught more experienced levels too but I usually get those who are new and this is what makes me passionate. I like watching the progression of the love my students gain for yoga and mindfulness over time. I like seeing how they use it in their lives. I love teaching what I'm passionate about and Making sure my students know that they should listen to THIER bodies not mine. Go as deep into an asana (pose) as you can and want to. Do not ever do what is uncomfortable for you right away. Work patiently and diligently, patiently and diligently my friends. 


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

I tell students seeking lessons for anything to always pay attention to how they feel with their connection to that person. Do you feel drawn to this teacher? Are they offering prices or services to you that seem doable and appealing? Also, it's helpful to pay attention to the first impression and the energy you feel from this;  but also to not put that on a pedestal and overthink and be super selective. However, it is your journey right?! You need to choose someone who works for you but do not fear calling an instructor or meeting up for the first time to get a better sense of whether it could work for the two of you or not. Do not be afraid to look around. There needs to be a nice connection in my humble opinion. Hope that helps! :-) 


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

-How comfortable are you with sharing certain expectations, goals, or other topics with them.
-establish boundaries you would like to set within the lessons with said teacher. 
-are you fully committed to these lessons?

- setting a good schedule consistently that will work for you to take lessons. 

-ask yourself what is it that you truly want to gain out of these lesson.

- what are you willing to spend to gain goals.