Andrew Morgan Yoga

Andrew Morgan Yoga

5.0 (3)
1 employee
1 years in business

About this pro

My private and group classes focus on deepening your relationship between movement and breath, as well as therapeutically managing the stresses of your body and mind. My goal as a yoga teacher is to guide you towards a more profound connection with your body, and provide you with the necessary tools to deepen your own personal practice. The varying styles I utilize in our classes include but are not limited to:

-Hatha Yoga

-Yin Yoga

-Vinyasa/Flow

-Breathing Exercises (Pranayama)

-Meditation

Each class flows organically with your current state of mind and physical well-being placed at the highest priority, as well as creating a theme that is relevant to your current experience of life that benefits you both on and off the mat.

Helping others find a relationship with their body that allows them to live freely without pain or discomfort. Yoga has a way of allowing people to feel good about their body, and even their life as a whole. Helping someone find that contentment in themselves is the most rewarding experience I could ever wish for.

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Credentials

Austin, TX 78705
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3 Reviews

5.0

  • Stephanie Hickman

    I very much enjoyed my yoga lesson with Andrew. I compete in a sport and often get pulls and sprains because I'm getting older. Andrew is really helping me strengthen my body to prevent injuries and help me meditate for calm and focus. Fantastic job communicating and tailoring my class to suit my personal needs.

  • Robi Hamilton

    Andrew is a thoughtful, intuitive, and constructive instructor. His method is the full spectrum of mindfulness, technique, and patience. He can easily adapt to your preferences during your session while still meeting the challenge you seek. I feel better than I thought I could after every session, and I highly recommend his services if you are looking to calm the mind and connect to your body.

  • Keith Hickman

    I am a beginner at Yoga and Andrew has provided excellent classes to help get me started down this path. He is patient, knowledgeable and provides great instruction along with philosophical teachings. I highly recommend him.



FAQs


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

200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training at Dharma Yoga


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

60 Minute Private Class: $50

90 Minute Private Class: $75

60 Minute Group Class: $10 per person

90 Minute Group Class: $15 per person


How did you get started teaching?

I started practicing Yoga in 2012 due to severe back pain that I was experiencing from work. I quickly discovered that Yoga was exceptionally useful for adjusting poor posture and alleviating physical pain, however I didn't expect all of the other benefits that came with it. I noticed that a lot of my anxiety and stress had severely decreased, and I decided that I wanted to share that experience with others. After practicing Yoga on my own for about 5 yeas or so, I began to take steps towards becoming a Yoga Teacher. I look forward to helping people find a similar relationship with Yoga that I did. One that is therapeutic, and beneficial in all aspects of life. 


What types of students have you worked with?

I have worked with all levels of experience from absolute beginner to advanced yoga practitioners. I am experienced in accommodating all body types, and being mindful of your individual level of experience and comfort. 


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

Keep in mind what you are looking for in your yoga practice, as well as your teacher. Are you looking to get in shape? Or are you hoping to find release from stress and anxiety? Everyone is different, and yoga has a different appeal to both students and teachers alike. Know what you want, and consider what kind of teacher would be able to help you acheive your desired result.  


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

What is your goal when practicing yoga?

Do you have ANY surgeries or injuries that your teacher needs to be aware of? If so, what are they?

How much experience do you have with yoga?

Are there any particular areas of the body that experience pain, or discomfort regularly?