ELEVATE YOUR PRACTICE WITH A PRIVATE CLASS
Private yoga sessions are an excellent way to begin your own practice or enhance the one you already have. Feel empowered by learning the fundamentals of yoga at your own pace. Ask questions when you like, take your time learning the poses, rest when needed and receive the individualized attention that you many not feel comfortable asking for in a group class.
Attentively guided by a trained Africa Yoga Project teacher, you will be empowered to find out what is possible in your yoga practice. Our teachers are trained in Baptiste Yoga, a practice that supports you to raise your vitality and empower you to create accelerated results in your overall body strength and confidence. Your teacher will create a personalized, powerful class that will leave you shining on the inside and outside.
How do Private Yoga sessions work?
We can meet at your home or you can meet at The AYP Shine Center in Parklands, Nairobi. We will begin by discussing your needs, concerns, questions and goals. Then we will work together to develop a practice that will transform you.
How many times should we meet? Ideally, you should practice weekly or bi-weekly for a certain period of time, usually 3-6 months. This sets up for success to reach your goals and address any deeper issues that may arise. However, we can work together to create a program that works with your schedule and budget.
What about group private lessons?
Group practice is an opportunity to share your practice with others in your life, whether it family, friends or coworkers. You can also celebrate a birthday, anniversary or any other occasion for a one time group lesson. These sessions can be held in your home or at the AYP Shine Center.
To schedule a private yoga class, please fill out the online form below. If you have questions regarding private lessons, please email Catherine@africayogaproject.org and Kennedy@africayogaproject.org.
"Yoga has inspired me to share the change I've experienced. If it's not now, then when, as Baron Baptiste taught us. I think about what I want to do and just do it. I can express myself to people, talk to people, stand up in front of a crowd and I think that is the most important thing." Samuel - Africa Yoga Project Teacher for 3 years