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Claire Good Yoga

Claire Good Yoga

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Claire discovered Yoga during high school, practicing the postures at home to compliment her ballet training. ​As a teacher, Claire shares her passion for Yoga, teaching Hatha Yoga classes and workshops, influenced by the Para Yoga and Sri Vidya traditions. Integrating the ancient Yoga science and teachings, Claire offers practices that connect and balance the body, breath and mind. All practices include Pranayama (breath work) and Meditation.   Claire completed her 500 hour Yoga and Meditation teacher training with Karina Mirsky and is certified RYT500 through Yoga alliance. Claire continues her Yoga journey and has attended traini ... View Profile
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Stretching Bliss

Stretching Bliss

5.0 1 Review
Searching for a professional who offers reliable yoga workouts and strength training exercises? This individual provides restorative yoga sessions. Miranda is always ready to take care of your needs.
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NeuroYoga.Zone™

NeuroYoga.Zone™

5.0 1 Review
I use evidence based Yoga/Mindfulness/Meditation practices (backed by Neuroscience research) to assist people to "Transform the Tyranny of Stress to Tranquility"Zone™; while developing strength and flexibility. I also, when needed, focus on relief for anxiety and PTSD.Bio: Keith is a Master Yoga/Meditation/Mindfulness instructor (1000+ hours) and has committed several decades to helping people release and reverse the impact of stress in their lives. He has been teaching Hatha Yoga and Meditation for over 30 years at Dayton area institutions including Montgomery Co. Career Technology Center, The Dayton Heart Fitness Center, and Samaritan ... View Profile
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Indigo Yoga Dayton

Indigo Yoga Dayton

Barbara is one of the top yoga instructors in the Dayton area. Barbara specializes in working with people with anxiety, stress, depression, and other conditions. Take a look at all of Indigo Yoga Dayton's positive yoga instruction reviews.
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Andrèa Yoga Bliss

Andrèa Yoga Bliss

Learning yoga will be fun and easy when you hire Andrèa Yoga Bliss coaches. Andrèa teaches vinyasa yoga, focusing on beginner to intermediate learners. Andrèa specializes in teaching seniors to improve their flexibility, balance, and strength.
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Yoga With LoriAnne

Yoga With LoriAnne

Choose Yoga With LoriAnne if you need skilled yoga trainers right away. LORI offers private yoga instruction for students with or without movement limitations. Yoga With LoriAnne have been offering yoga therapy since 2017.
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The Remedy Wellness

The Remedy Wellness

The Remedy Wellness offers their best yoga classes that will improve your strength and flexibility. The Remedy Wellness will help you get into things properly. The Remedy Wellness has a considerable amount of experience behind them.
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Prenatal Yoga With Hope

Prenatal Yoga With Hope

Need to find someone who provides private yoga lessons for beginners? Prenatal Yoga With Hope offers private yoga lessons for beginners. Hire Prenatal Yoga With Hope's personal yoga instructors now to help you with your needs.
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Mollie Stodd Yoga Instructor And Life Coach

Mollie Stodd Yoga Instructor And Life Coach

Yoga has truly saved my life! I have practiced on my mat for over 11 years in San Diego California then got certified to teach vinyasa flow, yoga sculpt and boot camps. My passion for the education of yoga is mainly for people to arrive on their mats and experience change mentally of physically. I’ve also worked with a life coach for 11 years , also in San Diego , and she changed my life. I graduated with my B.S in psychology and have a desire to give back what I have received from my sessions with my life coach.  ... View Profile
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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?

Read more about local pricing and what to expect in our cost guide.

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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