As a new client you may be wondering…
Where do you teach?
Currently, we can cover the following areas but if you don’t see your location covered in this list, still reach out and maybe we can find someone for you!
• Toronto, Etobicoke, Mississauga, Oakville, Burlington, Hamilton, Brampton, Milton, Vaughn, Thornhill, North York, Richmond Hill, Maple, Markham, Aurora, Unionville, East York, Durham, Scarborough, Cambridge, Kitchener, Waterloo, Guelph
Can I book for tomorrow?
As much as we understand how when the need bubbles up and you take action for your self-care, unfortunately teachers don’t always have immediate availability. Because you’re not going to a clinic or studio, instead teachers are coming into your home, we need a bit more notice to arrange your experience, probably 3-7 days.
I am not in shape/ not flexible/ never done yoga before. Can you still teach me?
Of course! Private yoga is a great way to start a fitness regime safely and at your own pace. This is the benefit of private yoga over group classes–your teacher can shape guide a practice that works for you, your needs, and your personality.
What if I don’t feel my teacher is a good match for me?
We always begin with a trial session. Afterwards, I check in with you and your teacher and see if the match fits. At that point you can decide if you’d like to just pay for that single session, or continue forward with a package of 10. We can also try and find you another teacher who might be more your speed, but most of the time, the first pick fits just right!
Do I need a lot of space in my home to do this?
No, you only need enough space to comfortably lay out a yoga mat. Us yoga teachers can work around that. If you are unsure what the best spot in your house may be, we can help you decide and help move some things around, if needed.
Do I need to provide any equipment?
Only your yoga mat. We bring any additional props, like yoga blocks and straps. Please also wear comfortable clothing that you can move easily in.
Can I eat my breakfast/lunch/dinner right before class?
We ask that any large meals be consumed about 2 hrs prior to class-time. Any smaller meals or snacks about 30 minutes before class, whenever possible. Many people feel uncomfortable during class if they eat large meals too close to the session.
What if our class gets interrupted because of kids/baby/work?
It is all good. We ask that you try to set aside a time where you can have some peace and quiet and are free from interruption, but we understand that sometimes that’s not possible! We totally get it if we need to pause for a moment (or 5) due to the kids, or baby crying, or and important work call. We will even try to make the time up to you whenever possible.
Can I invite my significant other/friend to class sometime?
Of course! We’re all about spreading the yoga love. If you have purchased one-on-one classes but your husband/wife/child wants to join us from time to time, that’s ok. It’s fun to mix things up. If you decide you’d like to make it a regular affair, we offer packages for 2-4 people.
Lisa is an extremely skilled yoga teacher who uses her humour and warmth to create a very non-intimidating environment for students of all levels to explore their yoga practice. It is always a special treat to attend one of Lisa’s classes—she offers the perfect balance of a challenging practice without every feeling pushed, while cultivating compassion and inner peace.
How much does it cost?
In-Home Yoga Price
30-45 minute class
$50-$100 (depending on number of participants, travel time, and complexity of needs)
60 minute class
$60-$120 (depending on number of participants, travel time, and complexity of needs)