All your questions answered…
How do I get started?
You can start by contacting me to set up a time to chat. On our call we will discuss your availability and your unique needs to determine if we are a fit. From there we can schedule your introductory Private Yoga session.
What supplies do I need?
You’ll need a mat, a bolster, two blocks, a blanket and a strap. It’s okay if you don’t have everything yet for the introductory session, as long as you have a mat and space to roll it out. Check out my favorite Yoga props and supplies.
I’m just looking for a teacher to do a one-time session. Do you do that?
I work with clients who are interested in meeting with a private yoga instructor on a weekly, ongoing basis. For that reason, I don’t offer single private sessions at this time. If you are looking for someone to lead a one-time class at a private or public event, please be in touch to discuss the options.
Where will we meet? What towns do you work in?
No matter where you live, you don’t have to battle traffic or parking to get to yoga! We can meet by video-conference in the comfort of your own home or office. If you live in the Boston area, I’ll travel to you. Towns I serve include Chestnut Hill, Newton, Brookline, Boston, Watertown and Belmont. In either case, you just need enough space to roll out your yoga mat.
What are your rates?
Private yoga rates are comparable to private psychotherapy rates. I’ll give you a quote on our phone consultation.
I’ve never done yoga before. Is this for me?
Yes! I love working with beginners. It’s especially important if you’re just starting a yoga practice, to learn safe alignment so you know how to take care of yourself if you decide to take a large group class.
I have an injury/ illness/ disability. Can you work with me?
The answer is most likely yes. I am experienced teaching yoga to people with a range of health conditions, injuries and illnesses. We’ll discuss your specific needs on our call and make sure we both feel comfortable working together.