I have been teaching Hatha Yoga at Positivity Yogis in Havertown, PA. My style brings together elements of strength, flexibility, balance and mindfulness training in a safe way.
I began practicing Yoga ten years ago and it has become much more than the practice of asanas; this is my lifestyle, my passion , and my love.
My goal is to help my students feel supported, happy, and healthy through Body/Mind/ Breath connection and create a world filled with loving kindness and compassion.
I attended miss Yakovchit's yoga class and it was amazing. She took her time to make sure everyone stayed in sync with each pose. She encouraged everyone to dig a little deeper without pushing to far. I'd have to say my favorite part about her classes is how she explains and describe each pose. she makes sure your aware what benefits each pose offers and she describes each so well you very rarely have to look up, allowing you to stay in a zin place as you move from pose to pose.
My typical class includes 26 poses, moving from less challenging to more challenging and back to less challenging . A sequence opens with warm-ups that set an intention for the practice, intensifies to more challenging poses, slows to cooling postures and ends with relaxation (Shavasana)
I completed a 200-hour teacher training at Verge Body Mind in Wayne, PA
CPR American Heart Association
CST certification ·
The National Board of Surgical Technology and Surgical Assistinging
My private class costs $ 40
The first introductory class at a discounted price-$ 25
I started teaching at the private Positivity Yogis studio in Havertown, PA
I teach Yoga to all levels
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