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Yoga is a wonderful way to move and stretch your body and work on your health day after day, and it can also help you to practice mindfulness and learn to be more present in your life. People who are new to yoga often don't know where to start. There are countless Youtube sessions, apps with expensive monthly fees for unlimited versions, not to mention daunting classes in studios filled with students with experience. For beginners who want to learn yoga in a more relaxed way, a private course may be the best solution! Tutors on Superprof all have online profiles with details about the classes they offer, their training and experience, as well as reviews. Whatever your level, from beginners to advanced, a private tutor will assess you and create a course that fits into your timetable and helps you get stronger week by week and live healthier.
While most tutors offer general Vinyasa yoga sessions, each one may have a specific style they like to teach, so you should keep this in mind when choosing between teachers. Here's a break down of the most popular class styles to help you learn a little:
Yin: One of the best styles for beginner level students, Yin features seated poses which you might hold for 30 seconds or 2 minutes. It's less stressful on the body, and maintaining the same poses for extended periods is a great way to practice meditation.
Vinyasa: This is the classic style of yoga that you often see in videos, TV and film. A form of yoga that's great for fitness, you need to focus is on connecting the flow of your movement with your in and out breaths. A classic Vinyasa flow will take you from Downward Dog through to Mountain Pose, never losing focus on the rhythm of the breath. Poses and flows are varied so it can be great for higher-level students who want to practice a range of movements.
Hot Yoga: This style can be a little intense, as sessions involve holding sets of basic poses for longer periods of time in a room that, as the name suggests, is as hot as a sauna. The goal is to sweat and burn calories while getting all the normal mindfulness benefits of yoga. The studio is generally full of people, which is guaranteed to make you sweat even more.
Power Yoga: If you've ever seen a video online of a person doing a crazy pose, holding up their whole body on one hand, that's power yoga. A type of Vinyasa, power yoga is also focused on breathing, but the postures are often more advanced and need practice and lots of core strength to master. If you're an advanced student who wants to try something new, Power Yoga is a great option.
That's a basic rundown of just a few styles and you can find lots of excellent info online to learn more. Or contact one of the Superprof teachers who can offer you the answers you're looking for.
Whether you're a beginner or an advanced student, you're guaranteed to feel a variety of physical health benefits from consistently practising yoga. Similar to pilates, yoga uses your whole body and so allows you to strengthen and stretch all of your muscles. From your wrists to your core, every bit of your body can get stronger. As you continue with your yoga classes, you'll also find that you are becoming more and more flexible over time. A difficult stretch will become easier and eventually help your muscles to relax. You can use restorative yoga to warm up before another exercise, and again to cool down after. Practising yoga can protect you from getting injured, jumpstart your metabolism and generally live better.
While the physical benefits are great, many people are attracted to yoga for the mental health side of things. By connecting movement and breath, yoga helps us focus on the present moment and centre ourselves, which is an essential part of meditation and mindfulness training. A University of Minnesota study saw that participants feel better about themselves, criticise themselves less and feel gratitude for the amazing things their body can do after having consistently practised yoga. Connecting ourselves to our bodies in the present moment means that we're also more aware of our diet and the way we generally treat our bodies during the day. Practising yoga can reduce anxiety levels, help with insomnia and more. Basically, if you want to live healthier, yoga can get you there!
Taking yoga classes in a studio or centre in a group can be a good form of practice, but once you've had the experience of a private class, it's difficult to go back. Your private yoga tutor will assess your current level, your goals and your lifestyle and use that info to create a personalised course that will take you to the level you want and help you reach your yoga goals.
Aside from being one of the most beautiful cities in Australia, Adelaide is also a tranquil and relaxing place and one of the best for budding yoga students. If you want to add to your private course by taking group classes, there are many excellent studios where you can do just that. The Adelaide Parklands offer an amazing place to take your yoga outside with your teacher, and you can often find free yoga workshops and other community events in the Botanic Gardens. Superprof tutors offer courses in the city centre and in outer suburbs, so you can easily find one near you. Some may even offer sessions at your home!
If you yoga sounds like the perfect mix of exercise and meditation for you, you can get started ASAP with Superprof. Check out the info for each tutor on their profile, read some reviews and contact the perfect yoga teacher for you to book your first class!
On average yoga coaches charge $46 for yoga sessions in Adelaide.
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97% of our yoga teachers give their first lesson free.
In Adelaide and the surrounding areas, there are 8 yoga instructors available to teach private lessons
To find a private yoga teacher, view their listing to find out more information about their course offering. Our yoga instructors cover all types of yoga from Bikram to Ashtanga to Jivamukti.
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