Thai Yoga FAQ
The most important things to bring are an open heart and an open mind. We do have yoga mats available to use, but encourage you to bring your own mat.
You can wear loose, comfortable clothing like you would wear to the gym or to a yoga class. Full or 3/4 length pants work better than shorts. Also, most clients prefer T-shirts to sleeveless shirts or tank tops.
No. The instructor will help guide you as you transition through the poses. Your job is simply to relax and enjoy the journey.
We have a certification in Thai Yoga Therapy from the Lotus Palm School.
We understand that life can sometimes throw you a curve, but when you reserve a class please sure you are planning on attending. We require 24 hours notice in order to refund your purchase price.
What Is The Difference Between Yoga And Thai Yoga
Thai Yoga is a system of assisted stretching based on yoga and Ayurveda practices. This a unique healing system wherein the teacher guides the student through a series of yoga postures, while palming and thumbing along the body’s energy (“Sen”) lines and pressure points. Together these actions comprise a comprehensive, full-body treatment that:
- Promotes Flexibility.
- Relieves Overall Body Stiffness.
- Improves Major Muscle Balance.
- Stimulates the Body’s Energy Lines.
- Enhances the Body’s Natural Healing Ability.
Thai Yoga is performed either on a mat or on table. Comfortable clothing is recommended, so as to permit for ease of movement and flexibility.
Thai Yoga Pricing Schedule
|Item||Description||Regular Price||Discount||Today's Price|
|Single Session||(1) One-Hour Sessions||$75.00||0%||$75.00|
|3-Class Private Card*||(3) One-Hour Sessions||$225.00||20%||$180.00|
|5-Class Private Card*||(5) One-Hour Sessions||$375.00||30%||$300.00|
*3- and 5-Class Private Cards can be applied toward any (3 or 5) Private Classes that we offer (Private Yoga Classes, Thai Yoga Therapy Sessions, and Personal Meal-Planning), and are good for 90 days from the date of purchase.