yoga reminds us to slow down, stay curious, and live in gratitude.

You deserve to spend meaningful time with yourself each week. Our sessions are more than just a workout or a stretch. Yoga is for your mind and heart as much as it is for your physical body.

Our work together will inspire your practice with yogic philosophy and meditation for a deeper, more layered experience. We offer every session the tone of self-connection and gratitude. 

Our sessions are tailored to your requests and draw influence from the following styles:

  • Vinyasa (active, warming, sweaty)

  • Yin/Restorative (slow, deep stretch - you won't break a sweat)

  • Pranayama (breath techniques to support the nervous system)

  • Adaptive/Chair (adapted for injuries, disabilities, beginners)

ready? let's flow!

Through private instruction, you will understand how to connect to your mind + body in a way that builds self-compassion, empowerment, and gratitude.

Our approach is individualized, geared towards all levels, and offers a welcoming, safe space for you to explore the fundamental asanas (poses) found in most yoga classes along with the proper alignment for your body to safely progress at your own pace.

how does this go?

First, give us a call or schedule a time for us to call you. We'll consult on the phone to make sure we're the right fit.

Next, we come to your home for an introductory session. We'll assess your needs and explore what you're looking for in a yoga practice.

From there, we create a plan to work together once, twice, or three times per week, with yoga sessions that are perfectly tailored to your body and your life.

We ask for a commitment of at least one month to start.

is private yoga for you?

  • You've tried to DIY your yoga practice by watching classes on YouTube but still aren't enjoying the practice

  • You have specific injuries or problem areas that need special consideration

  • You are looking to reduce stress, regulate your emotions or find tools to slow down

  • You want to move at your pace, where you can ask questions and interact with your teacher

  • You aren't ready to practice in group settings

  • You want to start a yoga practice but don't know where to start.