Why is Yoga good for you?
Why is Yoga good for you?
Yoga is known for its ability to improve strength, balance and flexibility. Controlled movements and deep breathing increase blood flow and warm up muscles while holding a pose can build strength. Yoga can also ease stress and promote relaxation.
What are the differed types of Yoga and why is Yoga good for you?
There are many variations of Yoga, each style of Yoga has a slightly different definition or interpretation. See some of the styles listed below:
Vinyasa Yoga is also referred to as ’flow Yoga’ or ’vinyasa flow’ designed to bring more movement to your practice linking to the breath. Vinyasa Yoga is suitable for those who are new to Yoga as well as those who have been practising for years.
Hatha practices include a mix of asana (poses), pranayama (breathing exercises), and meditation elements. Perfect for anyone looking for a balanced practice, or those in search of a gentler type of Yoga.
Ashtanga yoga consists of six series of specific poses taught in order. Ashtanga Yoga is a very physical, flow-style Yoga with spiritual elements. Anyone who likes routine and is interested in experiencing a more physical yet spiritual practice.
Yin Yoga is a slower-paced practice where poses are held for a longer period of time. Yin Yoga can increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility targeting the body’s connective tissues. Yin Yoga focuses on the hips, lower back, and thighs. Prompts will be used to promote a deeper state reaction. Yina Yoga is a good post-workout option and is good for anyone interested in a slower-paced practice.
Power Yoga is performed at a quicker pace than other styles of Yoga and is generally more active. Power Yoga strengthens the muscles while also increasing flexibility. Expect to work all muscle groups in the body. Power Yoga acts as a full workout and is generally less spiritual than other Yoga practice.
The intention of Restorative Yoga is to completely relax into poses that are held for at least five minutes or even longer. Your Yoga instructor may incorporate some mediation elements into your practice. Restorative Yoga focuses on down-regulating the nervous system. Perfect if you are looking to de-stress and if you generally struggle to switch off and relax.
Prenatal Yoga / Postnatal Yoga
Prenatal Yoga / Postnatal Yoga is a great workout option for new mums and mums-to-be. Prenatal Yoga / Postnatal Yoga can focus on easing pains associated with pregnancy, for example, sore hips or an aching low back. It can also provide stress relief, exercise, and self-care. Breathing exercises can also help mum prepare for labour and delivery.
What are the benefit of practicing Yoga 1:1?
A personalised Yoga programme
Your Yoga instructor will guide you through a range of style all relevant to your specific goals, interests and abilities. As you develop your practice you can decide to focus your attention on a set style or continue to benefit from a range of styles.
Train with a professional
TruBe Yoga instructors are deeply passionate about their practice and have trained for many years, so you can be confident that your session will inspire you and will change the way you approach fitness for the better.
Exceed your expectations
Your Yoga instructor will recognise your limits and will devise a plan so you can overcome them with confidence. Their supportive nature will help you believe in yourself, keeping you motivated and engaged for long-term results.
Teaching you the correct form
Your TruBe Yoga instructors will work with you to optimise every pose, as well as the time dedicated to your practice. This applies through both virtual and in-person Yoga sessions.
Learn about yourself
Achieving your goals can be both a physical and mental challenge, your Yoga instructors will enlighten you to your motivations and how your body type responds to certain exercises.
How much does a private Yoga session cost?
One-hour Yoga sessions with a TruBe Yoga specialist ranges from £25-£65, this depends on how you choose to train and whether you prefer to pay-as-you-go or buy in bulk.
TruBe personal trainers are cherry-picked through a rigorous selection process and skilled in nearly a dozen disciplines. There’s a reason that our service is five stars.
How long is a Yoga session with TruBe?
TruBe Yoga sessions are 60 minutes in duration, this applies to both virtual and in-person Yoga sessions. Your Yoga instructor will arrive prepared and ready so you can benefit from the full 60 minutes.
How many Yoga sessions should I have a week?
The average is 1-2 sessions per week. However, this can be dependant on your intentions, your budget and your current abilities.
How do I make the most of my Yoga session?
When placing your booking, be sure to add session notes, this will allow your Yoga instructor to learn more about you ahead of the session. Your Yoga instructor will also reach out to you ahead of the session to discuss your goals and fitness background.
How do I prepare for my Yoga session?
You do not require any equipment for your Yoga session, however, if you have a mat or a Yoga block this can be useful for your session. We recommend wearing activewear and having a water bottle to hand.
To prepare for your virtual training session make sure the space around you is clear, removing any possible hazards. Check that you have a strong wifi connection and enough space to open out your arms.
For your in-person session, be sure your personal trainer can find you, if you are meeting outside in addition to marking your location, mention in the notes a clear area to meet, for example outside Hyde Park Station next to Prett. Inside of your booking, you will have a phone number that will link you to your trainer if you have any troubles finding each other.
Your personal trainer will take you through a warm up and a cool down at the start and end of every session. However is you want to warm-up before hand you can do so.
How do I find a Yoga instructor near me?
When marking an in-person booking you will be prompted to input in your location. This will then display all of the Yoga instructors near you. This feature is available for all London locations.Start booking