1:1 Home Practice Toolkit : One month structured exploration of self study and self practice.
It can be hard to get a self practice started. The logistics of finding the space, the time, the inspiration, it all can feel overwhelming. My coaching sessions aim to ease the discomfort around starting a new habit.
As you begin to progress to a home practice, it may feel difficult to know what to do. You may find yourself doing too many sun salutations, or wondering if you are doing something correctly. A private coaching session can help you establish a home practice that both nourishes and empowers you!
In a private coaching session, we would go over your goals, what kind of yoga practice you see yourself having, and the basics of anatomy and alignment to keep your body safe as you explore new postures.
The process consists of 4 sessions, once a week for one month. This structure allows your brain to establish new neural networks that will help your practice become more of a habit than an item on your to-do list. There is also includes an element of self study. A personal yoga practice should help you reflect on and process what you are experiencing. If you don't take the time to tune into that, your practices will feel less resonant.
Through a series of 4 classes, we will go over the tools that will make your home practice successful
Class 1: Svadhyaya (Self-Reflection): What stops you from practicing at home?
This class will explore self assessment of the musculature, what feels tight, what needs attention and how to respond to those messages.
Class 2: Svadhyaya (Self-Reflection): What do you want out of a yoga practice?
This class will explore different types of yoga, how they can blend together. There is a focus of feeling for proper alignment through an array of positions.
Class 3: Svadhyaya (Self-Reflection): What types of yoga resonate the most with you?
This class will be a deeper exploration of what you are most drawn to, exploring any questions you might have.
Class 4: Svadhyaya (Self-Reflection): What types of media inspire you? (books, instagrams, teachers, lineages, historical practices, ancient practices, modern approaches)
This can be a continuation of the last class. We will also be exploring different resources that you can use to keep you inspired and to keep evolving your practice to serve your needs.
I am not an 'expert' in anything but I have explored many different types of yoga, including Kundalini, Pranayam, Bhakti, Iyengar, Yin Yoga, Hot Yoga, Sound Healing, Restorative, HIIT, mobility practices, heart coherence training, ayurveda and more. I have a collection of books and online resources and free resources. My goal is not to be a guru, but to help you find space for your practice in your day/routine and the inspiration to keep your practice alive.
Exchange: $444 for 4 sessions, 75-90 minutes each
Please send me an email through the contact page if you are interested