About Private Yoga Sessions
All of us at one time or another would love to have a little one-on-one time with our favorite teacher.
Perhaps you are ready to take your practice to the next level and feel you just need a little extra help.
Perhaps you'd like some assistance with your alignment or to better understand exactly how a pose should be done.
Or get your spouse, mom or a best friend started because you know they'd feel more comfortable within a private class.
Perhaps you're recovering from an injury, illness or surgery and would prefer some private class time to address your situation individually.
Want to learn how to do a home practice?
I can photograph some of your poses and provide you with written instructions to take home.
Private Yoga at Kent Yoga and Bodyworks!
Private At The Convenience Of Your Home
Alina will come to your house!
House visits start at $150, depending on your location and the number of people.
Alina Hernandez is a registered teacher with Yoga Alliance (500 R.Y.T.). She has been teacher-certified by renowned instructor Rodney Yee, by Richard Rozen, contributing editor for Yoga Journal, and Jimamukti trained Colleen Saidmain. Alina’s training also includes work with Dr. Jamie Naughright, athletic trainer for professional athletes and dynamic anatomy teacher, as well as Anatomy workshops at the Iyengar Institute in NYC. She is featured on the covers of the Mayo Clinic and Gaiam integrated health videos.
- Alina offers private prenatal yoga sessions in the comfort of your home or at the yoga studio.
- Each class is designed to suit your specific needs and accommodate each phase of your pregnancy.
The first session runs 90 minutes
90 minutes for $125.00
60 minutes for $125.00
Semi-Private at Kent Yoga and Bodyworks
Sessions run 90 minutes. Minimum is 6 people @ $25.00 per person. This allows the opportunity for more attention in an intimate setting.
Private Yoga with Rope Wall at Alina's Home Studio
90 minutes for $125.00
60 minutes for $110.00
"Kurunta Yoga"means puppet. Describing how the yoga student suspends on the ropes. Practicing yoga this way opens the body, releasing tension in the spine and pelvic area and allows easier access to even the most difficult poses. An effective way to work with the elderly or stiff practitioners. The ropes also help correct scoliosis. People with neck problems can practice headstand with ropes. Hanging in not for everyone. We will make an accessmenet once we know the student to make sure it is safe for them.
- Spinal traction helps relieve back pain and tension.
- Excellent for stretching hamstrings, shoulders and chest.
- Adds speed, lightness, agility, the range of motion.
- Good for improving backbends and concave postures, forward bends, Down Dog, remedial or restorative work.