An instructor will come to your house and customize a programme based on your body requirements. The company will provide the car and driver for the instructor. On the first session the instructor will choose a place in your house relevant to yoga and decide the seating and direction of yoga mats and set up a class. After the first session you would need to have a class set and ready before the yoga teacher arrives. It’s ok to offer the yoga teacher a water bottle. You will be required to sign your class so that you know how many class you have taken. The trial session cost is separate. It is Dhs 390/ session (75 minutes) for a trial class for a maximum of 2 persons. Beyond 2 persons it is considered a group class and the class is charged per student.
Please ask for details from the office at 04-3315161 or send email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You move from the beginner to the intermediate to the advanced levels. Both male and female instructors available.
Keeps your body toned and supple.
Finding the time to get to a yoga class is definitely challenging; fighting the traffic, finding a parking spot and then checking all of those frustrations and your ego at the door makes it even more challenging.
Yoga is a highly intimate activity that requires an unobstructed flow from mental, physical, emotional and spiritual in order to establish a true connection to a higher knowledge within and to gain the most benefit from your practice.
Practicing yoga in a classroom offers great benefits in that you receive direct guidance and correction from instructors. It is also an excellent way to meet others who share the same interest. However, the downside of practicing exclusively in the classroom is that there is a tendency to become dependent on your instructor and the classroom setting itself for motivation. When an at home practice is not developed in conjunction with a classroom practice, one can become attached to the social energy of being in a classroom, where rather than focusing on practice and personal growth the focus becomes dependent on performance through progression of the postures. This type of practice is ego-based and completely contradicts the entire philosophy of yoga.
An at home practice takes one out of the classroom comfort zone and supports an independent thought process. Developing routines or sequences independent of an instructor, enables a student to hear inner guidance and attempt to correct the body alignment themselves. This more personal approach requires stillness in order to listen to the body's cues and know when to push or pull back the posture. An at home practice allows most external distractions to dissolve, relaxing the ego and allowing the mind to focus on the body and the present moment, so crucial to an effective yoga practice. Advancing ones practice from ego driven to spiritually based, allows for a more rounded approach to practice; encompassing the mental, spiritual and emotional aspects rather than just the physical progression of the body in each pose.
As mentioned , setting a daily sequence, even doing 5 or 6 poses each day with 1-2 sun salutations is enough to set a positive daily intention for the day. Grouping poses together according to a specific part of the body/ muscle group or category (such as seated twists) and doing a different group each day offers convenience and simplicity thereby increasing the likelihood that you'll stay committed.