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Yoga With Laura

Yoga With Laura

5.0 13 Reviews
Laura is one of the best rated trainers who offer classes for yoga meditation and movement. That is when the yoga teachers from {{providers.company_name|capcase} come in. Laura is a professional who is available to help at any given time.
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Kula Yoga St. Louis

Kula Yoga St. Louis

5.0 3 Reviews
Ann Bingham is a certified yoga therapist. She teaches yoga meditation techniques and yoga stretches for beginners. Ann offers private yoga lessons at home.
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McFaith’s Phlo Arts

McFaith’s Phlo Arts

5.0 2 Reviews
Hire McFaith’s Phlo Arts if you are searching for pros who provide yoga workout programs. Their services include breathing and yoga meditation. Check out Faith's well-rated reviews from clients on Lessons.com.
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Uwazo Yoga

Uwazo Yoga

5.0 1 Review
Resolve to Breathe: Uwazo Yoga offers a variety of individual and small group classes to meet your needs. From students wanting to start a yoga and meditation practice to seasoned yogis looking to build strength and depth into their practice- Uwazo has a class style that suits your journey. Kathryn is an avid traveller, a trauma informed certfied yoga teacher (RYT200), and a recent JD graduate! She has been practicing yoga for 10 years and teaching for 2 years. Her experience includes individual lessons, studio group classes and corporate events. https://www.uwazoyoga.com ... View Profile
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Bohemian Yoga

Bohemian Yoga

5.0 1 Review
Safe, Warm , comfortable environment for a very personable practice. Taught to accommodate all levels, creating a strong, healing, replenishing, conscious experience. 
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Chambers Yoga

Chambers Yoga

Looking for an enterprise in St. Louis that offers private yoga lessons? Chambers Yoga specializes in hot yoga. Chambers Yoga offers customized yoga poses to suit your preference.
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Deborah Gambill Massage & Yoga

Deborah Gambill Massage & Yoga

Deborah Gambill Massage & Yoga has some of the best yoga teachers who teaches different yoga classes, such as vinyasa, hatha, prenatal, and more. Allow Deborah Gambill to get the job done. Enhance your mind and body with Deborah Gambill Massage & Yoga, they offer one of the best yoga classes as well as provide private yoga lessons designed for busy clients or those recovery from injury.
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Yoga Summit With Michael Burton

Yoga Summit With Michael Burton

Learn a number of beginner yoga poses when you take lessons from Michael. Choose thisMichael Burton. Hire Michael if you want to have private yoga lessons under a registered yoga teacher.
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Relearning The World

Relearning The World

I've always loved foreign languages, but loathed the school system. The teachers and administrators always made the things I found fun seem cold, lacking life. Naturally, they were yoked by the system. So my senior year of high school I took matters into my own hands and taught myself Spanish using a combination of old textbooks, apps, and music. Now I am an advanced Spanish student (self taught) closing in on Native status. It's important to me that others expand their knowledge of culture and language and allow their brains to grow which is why I also offer yoga lessons. Even if you don't desire to become fluent or don't choose to use my se ... View Profile
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Botany Philosophy

Botany Philosophy

Brittany is among the best yoga instructors who will enhance your overall health status. Ask one of the most effective yoga teachers, such as Brittany Prather, for help. Find out Brittany's 5-star reviews online.
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Courses & Guides

Yoga Poses

Yoga Poses

Browse 145 yoga poses in our complete guide. Everything from basic to advanced poses, seated and standing poses, twists, challenge poses, and more.
145 lessons 10.5 hours All levels English
Yoga 101

Yoga 101

Yoga 101 for beginners. Learn basic yoga poses, the different styles of yoga, yoga terminology, philosophy, history, and much more.
10 lessons 1.5 hours All levels English
Yoga Classes

How much do yoga classes cost?

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Frequently asked questions

How much do yoga classes cost?

The average cost of single group sessions at yoga studios across the country is $15 to $20. For private yoga training, you will likely spend between $30 and $70 on each lesson. Yoga classes mostly take place in a group setting, and the price per class depends on the location, yoga teacher’s knowledge and experience, and years of teaching.


How long is a yoga class?

On average, a yoga class is 75 to 90 minutes long. Many instructors say 90 minutes is simply how long it takes to pace through all the sacred yoga asanas, but a new shorter 60 minute class is quickly becoming popular with students.


What to wear to yoga class?

Most women prefer to wear tank tops or a sports bra that's made of a cotton and lycra (spandex) blend when they do yoga. Loose tee shirts and underwire bras are usually a no-no because they have a tendency to get in the way of movement.

For the bottoms, most women prefer to wear tights. These comfortable and stretchable pants will provide you with a full range of movement and allow your instructor to check your alignment. For slower-paced classes, you may be able to pull off wearing long skirts or stretchable harlem pants.


What to bring to yoga class?

Although many necessities are usually provided for you, there are a few things you may still want to bring yourself.

Here's what to bring to yoga class:

  1. Comfortable yoga attire
  2. Water bottle
  3. Hand towel
  4. Yoga mat
  5. Change of clothes
  6. Post-yoga snack

How often should you do yoga?

For those who are already quite active, doing yoga at least once or twice per week is recommended. For experienced practitioners, doing yoga every day is not uncommon. However, if you begin to be sore, consider taking a day or two off. Even if you only do you for one hour a week, you will experience the benefits of the practice.


How long does it take to get good at yoga?

There are many beginner yoga poses and sequences that you can get good at in your first yoga class. On a more spiritual level, it may take a lifetime to find the union between mind, body and spirit. You should expect to practice regularly for about six months before you feel confident that you can perform fundamental poses steadily and with some degree of proper form.

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