I offer private or group yoga lessons with a fun and relaxed vibe, primarily vinyasa and Ashtanga based flow classes, with meditation incorporated. Classes can be adjusted to suit the individual student, any levels of experience welcome. My teaching methods are based on honouring the process of the eight limbs of yoga, loving oneself and holding compassion for our bodies.
I teach traditional yogic methods learnt straight from Rishikesh, India (the capital of yoga). My aim is to help people find balance, harmony and oneness within themselves whilst becoming physically flexible and fit through traditional yogic methods and practices.
My teaching method has changed since my injury. I will focus on restorative and gentle yoga classes. Connecting your breath with the movement but nothing that could injure you further. I'm looking to help my students feel better with their body and feel at peace. I also teach guided meditation and this will help connect the body with the mind.
My philosophy of teaching Yoga is to empower the student to become their own teacher; to feel into what feels right for them and to act accordingly.
My teaching method is flexible, what I mean here is I have my own session plan each time before the class, but the sequence can be changed if there is any special needs from the students, such as if the majority of the class want to have more hip opener practice today, then hip opening postures will be added in more if there is not enough in my plan.
My students come from all walks of life. And I have realised over the year that the practice has to fit the student, not the other way around. So working with me is a very personal experience and very specific to your needs and abilities.
As I'm currently undertaking my Yoga Teacher Training, my teaching methodology is still developing. However, my aspiration is to teach to those who are very new to yoga and I intend to teach 'beginners' style of yoga which will be the best fit for my target audience.
Ashtanga Basic & Vinyasa Yoga Karina from KYoga classes are free flowing incorporating Ashtanga Basic and Vinyasa sequences, focusing on strength, core and plenty of poses to get the heart rate going.
My teaching method reflects my personality and my students, I adapt accordingly. Mainly, I like to take a warm approach and encourage students to listen to their body and do what feels right for them. I see myself as a guide to students own self-practice, rather then an instructor they must follow meticulously.
By observing the students group I may adjust or offer modifications of each postures,the class can be dynamic,restful,more rebalancing focused or a little bit of everything depends on the needs of my students,breath control can be emphasized through the whole class so that we can really go deeper and benefit the most from each asanas.
My classes are devoted to creating a safe and supportive environment to explore strengthening and stretching the body. I use techniques such as movement, breath, sound and meditation to create health, joy, focus and presence. Suitable for beginner to advanced practitioners.
I aim to ground my class with free flowing movement, inspired by the cycles of the moon and the seasons. I include uplifting and healing music, and continuously hold the space for students to tap into their divine higher essence.
My teaching method is informal. I base each class/pose on the following main teaching methodologies - instructions, demonstrate, observe and adjust. I start the classes off with some chanting, warm up poses and slowly work my way through the standing series, balancing series, sitting series, inversion, restorative series and finally some relaxation/yoga nidra.
I usually like for an interactive class where it helps to build an link with the people who hear me. I prefer to have both practicals as well as lecture mode which can help the students to get more knowledge with asanas.
Experience in teaching students at different age groups.
Upon completing the 200 hour Yoga teaching certification in 'Hatha Vinyasa Yoga' and graduating from the Laughing Lotus School of Yoga (taught by Dana Flynn and Jasmine Tarkeshi), I have continued the physical and spiritual practice of Hatha and Ashtanga Yoga both as an interest and as a career.
My teaching methods revolve around created a high sense of awareness of your body and your mind through a variety of techniques. With that awareness, students are able to empower themselves and have more clarity of their strengths and weaknesses.
My teaching methodology is based on the individual students' needs, abilities and what they would like to achieve or learn. All sessions are entirely unique and adaptable to my students. I am able to teach students of all physical abilities.
I make my classes open to any age, body type, or gender. I want you to feel comfortable and confident when taking a class from me, I offer many different variations of poses that will challenge you, but also modifications if you want to take a step back.
My teaching methodology is based on adult learning principles and facilitation techniques My approach would be to have a fun learning experience leading to an upward learning curve
My teaching method is designed depending on the student and their experience.
I like Yoga not only because Yoga keeps you a good body and shape, but also it makes your personality more stable and changes your attitude to life. Each lesson is 45min long. Gesture including breathing yoga, standing yoga, and lying ground yoga.
My teaching method is more kind of personalised, one on one, with a very small group of four to five students so that I can provide proper training which helps relieving their health issues. I start with beginners training.
The most effective and the beautiful way of teaching is to teach in a fun filled manner. another method of teaching is to create a positive environment of the surrounding with the help of soothing and relaxing background music with good and light fragrance.
My teaching method is based on the Circle of Courage theory, whereby four universal needs: belonging, mastery, independence and generosity must be met in order to grow. By identifying any imbalances in client's needs, I structure the sessions accordingly. I will ensure the sessions are held in a safe space, and I act with kindness and curiosity.
Combining my experience and passion for Yoga, Martial Arts and Dancing, I aim to provide students with challenging, yet accessible classes with a focus on movement principals. I hope to guide students as they open to a feeling of inner peace amid the relative intensity of the Asana practice, helping them to stay calm and soft while string and stable.
I take yoga classes which includes almost all the aspects of yoga. I start my class with centering and intention training, followed by warm ups and various yogic poses. All classes include a 15 minute meditation at the end of the class.
I am priyanka from India, certified yoga teacher. I teach yoga for all age groups and my yoga classes not only includes Asanas but also includes the anatomy and philosophy of yoga. Meditation, yoga nidra, Asanas, correction of posture is included in my classes.
My teaching style is intuitive. I tend to go by way of feeling and sensing. I teach according to the energy levels, the level of the students I have, I take into consideration injuries and offer modifications where needed. I believe all our bodies are unique and different, so each pose will look and feel the same for each person. Yoga practice is just that- a practice.
In my class, I emphasize to my students to pay particular attention to their breathing. In fact, should the occasion arise, I say to them: "If in doubt....BREATH". The experience is one of nurturing and I cater for all age brackets.
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