Hi. I'm a hatha yoga teacher. I teach for free. Please message me on facebook or add me whichever you want to. Whenever I get students I send them email meetups and we meet in outdoor parks and do yoga. I only do this class about once a month. But, though it's infrequent, you hopefully can take from the experience yoga you can do in the outdoors readying for a run or walk or at home readying for bed or whatever. It's very calming. I teach only Triyoga flows, because they're so modifiable. I have taught one 5-month stretch official YMCA yoga. I'll do it more than once a month if I get more requests.
I love yoga and sharing it in free low-pressure setting because with the back (spine's) naturally in flow of vertebra-by-vertebra and full allowance of breath, it's great. Relaxing, and nature-incited calm.
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I can't say for sure really it just depends on the person, I aim to be accomodating that they can do whatever they want or need to in the flow of this highly free yoga.
for 11 years I have attended Triyoga classes taught by Kali Ray, Gita Means, and other Senior Level Triyoga teachers, I have an official hatha yoga certification though from Anjali yoga (which is a language-invented name meaning salutation)from PA because in forever-lasting wait to get where location-available-Triyoga certs is has made me speed up the process of certification by that I did my Triyoga as testing for the certification. I primarliy learned most in teaching, finding I had a ready-accessible voice to teach it due to it is as I think it in my head.
free. I want to do this as I practice, and I easily help others as they practice as I do because watching and doing has come naturally to me -and hopping up to help and doing- during my five-months stint at the Y. Free because it's out doors and that is an integral part of it.
Triyoga in era of life of the classes I regularly had got to attending and after in the years since I've lived away and needed to keep teaching as I still carry the desire to share and am all that remains in my new place of it.
Old, young, children, a woman with Down's Syndrome, people very unable physically to much but who could do it from a large pillow prop serving as a chair (please bring such a pillow prop if you feel you will need to pratice like this, or folding chair that you can carry) .. people athletically fit attended my class and were able to do it and were, generally, with the occasional exception of one whom I can recall in my own and many others in training program classes, too quickly rushing to do more to enjoy so all you need do is tell me to start that you are able to do high level moves or positions or you think what you do is so that I can pre-class give you the material you need to know how to progress it to your liking and in the flow of class so you will enjoy and not be bored but like it.
I will ask in advance of each prospecting by email or message if each would like to tell me the postures and moves relating to planks, mountain (which is down dog in most yogas), arches of back, they enjoy to do already and so that if they were to be bored as I keep modifiable basic level the norm of demonstration, I can tell them in advance of class what the main principles of moving each basic maneuver into a high maneuver or slightly more high up the scale -- there are about 3, going up on balls of feet or feet instead of knees or balancing further, going further over the bend slowly and with control (and how to further expand each basic bend into a highter bend)- always posturing into forward release (bend of whichever kind forward), and deepening further the same stretch but to modify it.
I mainly just can say for this that the Triyoga workshops/classes that are offered weekends around the country I have attended many of these and enjoy them more than anything.
Don't do yoga that throws out your back. Do this one. Pt. blank biggest advice point.
Don't think through just ask it and hopefully I'll be able to answer it in some respects.