Focus for private yoga sessions can include, but is not limited to:
- Foundational yoga postures for beginners
- Advanced asanas (postures) and pranayama exercises to advance your practice
- Therapeutic relief for specific health concerns, injuries or other limitations in the body
- Mental and emotional well-being, including depression, anxiety, PTSD, trauma, ADD, sleep disorders
- Body awareness and improved body image
- Spiritual connection and development
Private Sessions can also be tailored specific for any group and are offered both on and offsite, including but not limited to:
- Kids birthday parties
- Corporate Wellness
- Bridal Shower, Engagement Parties, Wedding Day Yoga
Private Yoga is an invaluable tool for students of all levels and experience. Private lessons provide the perfect setting to address your goals and work on areas of individual interest. You can work with the teacher of your choice or we can match a teacher to meet your specific needs. Private Yoga can help you deepen your practice, gain confidence, answer questions and provide guidance. Our teachers can also develop a home practice tailored to your individual needs.
Why Consider Private Yoga Instruction?
- Provides 1:1 attention for newer students
- Develop a home practice
- Cultivate a stronger meditation practice
- Therapeutics for injuries or specific conditions
- Learn more about other aspects of practice, other than poses
- Deconstruct specific poses and learn modifications and/or grow to next stage
- Address specific health/lifestyle goals
Pricing Scale for Individual Instruction $75-$125
Speak with a Yoga Home Team member at the front desk to schedule your appointment or email Kerri Hanlon
Additional Specialty Private Sessions
Yoga for Mental Health
When one is feeling stressed, sad, alone, fearful, or panicked, it often isn’t just relegated to the mind — it can be a full-body experience or result in a disconnect from one’s physical form. Yoga for Mental Health harnesses the empirically proven power of the body to change the mind.
Candace Stevens, M.S., e-RYT200, uses her previous experience as a trauma-specialized family therapist to offer custom sessions to meet the client’s overall needs and the way they feel at the time of the session. There is no one formula- each individual’s session is completely tailored to their needs, using breath, meditation, movement, mindfulness, writing/drawing, and more.
Yoga for Mental Health can address, but is not limited to:
Lack of Inspiration
Yoga for Mental Health can also be used to help the client maximize their potential and work towards their goals and dreams.
Thai Yoga Massage
Thai massage is a healing therapy that combines accupressure, Ayurvedic principles, Chinese medicine & assisted yoga stretching for a holistic, full-body therapy treatment. You can expect deep stretches, accupressure point touch, compression and pulling rather than the rubbing of muscles in a typical massage. It is often referred to as Thai Yoga massage because it as though your body is being manipulated into postures seen in a yoga class.
Although Thai massage works on the physical body, it is a holistic approach to balance the energetic system of the body. The technique is based around the energetic Sen lines of the body and the movement of energy through the body. Sen lines are subtle energy lines of connective tissue that run through the body between muscles and bones. The pressure used in Thai massage on the fascia of the Sen lines releases tension and blockages to promote well-being in ways such as boosting immunity, activating the parasympathetic nervous system to release endorphins and serotonin, improving sleep, improving range of motion, increase lymphatic drainage and the return of blood to the heart, improving digestion and much more.
Thai massage is suitable for people of any age or ability as the pressure used in the massage will vary depending on muscle mass. It is especially beneficial for athletes, muscular related back or shoulder pain, arthritis, correcting body alignment and increasing flexibility and mobility of joints. It is also great for sore or tight muscles, stress relief, lymphatic therapy and balancing and centering.
Thai massage is not recommended for those with varicose veins, blood clots or open wounds or rashes. If you are pregnant, have high blood pressure or a heart condition please speak to teacher before scheduling massage. Also, please advise you have injuries, artificial limbs, osteoporosis or are undergoing cancer treatment.
Clients are fully clothed through the massage. Wear comfortable clothing, such as yoga gear; men please wear long pants. Massage is practiced on a large floor mat and although the client is passive, the body is moved and manipulated by the massage therapist. The massage therapist will use hands, elbows, forearms, knees, and feet to release muscles and pressure points on your body. Body oils and creams are not used on your body; however, aromatherapy essential oils may be used on your head and shoulders for relaxation purposes.
60 minutes $100
75 minutes $120
90 minutes $135
If you have questions about whether or not private yoga is for you or would like to set up private group classes, please reach out to Kerri Hanlon.