Yoga Sangha

Yoga Sangha

1 employee
1 years in business

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Yoga Sangha is more than just yoga! We are a community of yogis that desire more wellness for ourselves and our loved ones. Wellness begins in the body and includes the health of our minds, hearts, and actions. Yoga Sanha was created for people who want to make changes in their life, but may not know where to start, how to start, or would just like an abundance of support along the way! We offer group and/or private and personalized yoga classes for beginner to intermediate yogis. Detailed instruction will support personal development within the practice of yoga. We teach you to teach yourself and guide yourself through yoga asana. Join us after class for healthy refreshments, literature discussion, philosophy discussion, aromatherapy work, guided meditation, and life coaching. 

Shannon Vasilakes is the founder and certified YTT 200 teacher. She has been teaching yoga for 5 years in a private and group setting in Minnesota, California, and Nevada. She has a genuine passion for people and their self growth. She indulges in all kinds of yoga including Hatha, Vinyasa, Kundalini, Yin, Restorative, Aerial, and Buti. 

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I love to empower women who are suffering from chronic pain by tuning into their bodies with them to adjust patterns and create space, as well as strength and comfort, so that they can finally heal and feel whole in their bodies again!

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Las Vegas, NV 89117
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

Consultation: (either days before or day of) to ensure proper instruction, awareness of all injuries and experience, and to sign waiver

Day of first practice: ensure student has signed appropriate waiver and is well prepared for class

Follow-up: a day or two after the first class (and anytime the student requests) to ensure continued proper instruction if any adjustments are needed, and to enhance the student's understanding of their practice. 

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

I have a 200 hr YTT certification, I have also received an A.A. degree with studies in Eastern Philosophy, and I currently work as a consultant at a learning center where I create individualized lesson plans and consult professionally.

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

First class(individual or group): $15

Student discount: 30% (must show proof w/ transcript)

Military discount: 30% (must show proof)

Senior citizen discount 65+: 30% (honor system)

Virtual discount: 20%

Individual private lessons: $50 per hour

Package of 5(hrs) private lessons: $200

Package of 10(hrs) private lessons: $400

Package of 15(hrs) private lessons: $500 (BEST DEAL!)

Daily 1hr private lessons for 1 month: $1000 

Individual group lessons: $20 per class

Package of 5 group lessons: $75

Package of 10 group lessons: $125

Unlimited access to group lessons for 1 month: $150 (BEST DEAL!)

How did you get started teaching?

Once I received my YTT 200 I taught out of a rented studio, as well as donation classes through a studio in my city. I also have taught many private classes to those who request my guidance. 

What types of students have you worked with?

I have worked with beginners all the way to intermediate yogis. I have experience teaching young adults up to senior citizens both male and female. 

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

I adore festivals with self-development workshops that include yoga such as Lightning in a Bottle, Symbiosis, Lucidity, and Wanderlust to name a few.

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

Get to know the teacher first, ensure they are a good vibe for you! Be sure to communicate your needs and your concerns directly, openly and honestly. Your teacher will do their best to guide you safely, but ultimately it is up to you to divulge any pertinent information so the teacher can provide safe and mostly importantly beneficial guidance!

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

Do you have any past or current injuries?

Do you have any hard limitations? If so, please communicate BEFORE or DURING instruction(before the limit is pushed)

Do you have any disabilities?

Do you suffer from chronic pain, if so, where?

Are you taking any medications, if so, for what?

Have you eaten in the past two hours, was it a heavy meal?

Where are you currently feeling tension?

What are you looking to gain from this yoga practice/class?

What are your challenges with yoga?

What do you need from your teacher to feel safe?

Do you consent to hands on adjustments?

Do you appreciate the use of aromatherapy in class?

Do you have any allergies?

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