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Top 10 yoga studios in Fairfield, OH

Students agree: these Fairfield yoga classes are highly rated for knowledge, experience, communication, and more.
Rosie's Posies Yoga LLC

Rosie's Posies Yoga LLC

Offers online services
2+ years in business
Serves Fairfield, OH
Michelle T. says, "Rosie is a great instructor. She is very good at making students comfortable with practice. She has experience and is very skilled at working will all levels of ability. I highly recommend." Read more
NatyaHasta School Of Dance

NatyaHasta School Of Dance

21+ years in business
Serves Fairfield, OH
Rakhi says, "Ms. Sen has extensive experience with South Indian classical dances (both Kuchipudi and Bharatanatyam) and her track record of teaching and disseminating them to successive generations of students. Ms. Sen has consistently choreographed and presented novel dance routines in the classical dance artforms that have been performed by herself as well as her students on stages across the world. With an academic background that gives her a sound understanding of the history and theory of dance, Ms. Sen has also branched into developing routines that are a fusion of the classical dances and more contemporary influences. These innovations allow her to keep her choreographies fresh and relevant to newer generations of students. In summary, Ms. Sen has a solid foundation in the history and theory of South Indian classical dances and has developed a track record of using this background to choreograph multiple new routines that have helped preserve the history of the artform while passing it on to students in fresh and original ways. Her efforts have been international in their scope and have had a widespread impact. " Read more
Wild Ginger Yoga Travels

Wild Ginger Yoga Travels

7+ years in business
Serves Fairfield, OH
Jon S. says, "Megan has been teaching me for about two years now and it has been a wonderful experience. She and I meet weekly and when I first started out I was a complete beginner and didn't know anything about yoga. She has guided me through so much and I am now much stronger with more stability and flexibility. She also teaches meditation (sitting and walking/hiking) and pranayama (breathing exercises) which I have found very beneficial for stress. Megan is a warm and friendly person and is passionate about yoga and nature. Megan has helped me so much and is an excellent teacher." Read more

Your Yoga Classes questions, answered

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Lessons.

How much do yoga classes cost?

Single group sessions at yoga studios cost $15 to $20 on average. 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.

Reviews for Fairfield yoga studios

Recent success stories from people in the Fairfield area.
Tim S.
Rosie worked with me to focus on meditation and yin yoga to help with stress related to work and also to focus on limb pain that may be related to nerves or other areas of the body. She was able to create an easy to follow plan that I, as a beginner, could utilize even after the session. I've done a few more sessions with her and she has continued to work to help me adapt as my needs have changed.
Rosie's Posies Yoga LLC
My teacher Phane J. Sen is a master teacher of the Indian Classical Dances Kuchipudi and Bharatanatyam in Ohio. As such she has faced several unique challenges in the endeavor to teach American students a classical dance from India. One of the most impressive things about Phane is the gusto with which she has attacked issues such as language barriers, pre-conceived notions, prior dance training and the logistics of scheduling lessons for a wide range of students- from grade school to adult- that encompass enough time to adequately teach both theory and practical skills. Primary among these challenges is, of course, language. The spoken language of Bharatanatyam and Carnatic music is Sanskrit, which the clear majority of Phane's students have never heard spoken before, little say speak or understand themselves. This provided a challenge to the teaching of Bharatanatyam hand gestures- each individual gesture assignable to several different meanings. The lessons of these hand gestures are of course recited in Sanskrit, and Phane realized quickly her English-speaking students were floundering with their memorization of the lesson because they had no meaning, no context for the words. So Phane created a mini-dictionary in English and divided the lessons to aid her student's memorization process. Once the students understand the base names and meaning of the gestures, she goes on to teach the recitation. There is also no tradition of writing lessons or recording lessons in Bharatanatyam. The primary written text is a central, and ancient discourse called the Natya Shastra, which encompasses the performing arts. To help her students accustomed to curriculums oriented in writing, Phane has developed novel methods using both written diagrams and digital recording to help English speaking students progress through lessons while mastering the salient points of the lesson. These are few examples of the adjustments and innovations Phane has developed to effectively bring a long-standing classical dance to a body of students with likely little knowledge or background- artistically or culturally.
NatyaHasta School of Dance
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