Hi Emma! Are you looking for fitness, relaxation or inner work like meditation?
Step 1: Consider why you practice First, consider your reasons for practicing: Are you looking for a sweaty workout, or are you attracted to yoga’s more restorative benefits? Are you searching for a spiritual experience, or relief from back pain?
Step 2: Be honest about your personal needs Next, consider your preferences and needs: Do you want personalized attention or are you motivated by a community vibe? Do you like to be pushed or do you need a more compassionate approach? And then be honest with yourself about possible physical, financial, and time limitations.
I offer an online class called Meraki Tribe! It offers a variety of different yoga types, meditation, breathwork, journaling and so much more. I can also offer this class online and we could discuss your needs. We could work together to find the best yoga for your practice.
For low back pain, yoga can be especially helpful to the muscles that support the back and spine, such as the paraspinal muscles that help you bend your spine, the multifidus muscles that stabilize your vertebrae, and the transverse abdominis in the abdomen, which also helps stabilize your spine. Depending on the reasons for your back pain, this class could minimize a good majority of your issues.
Hello! Will this session help me get rid of my back pain?
Hello! How do I find the type of yoga that suits me? Can we do it in an online class?