profile picture
Kayla NielsenKayla Nielsen
/Beginner/Moderate

Beginner/Moderate

Beginner classes are designed for those just starting their yoga journey. Please note if a class is marked "Beginner/Moderate," as these sessions will be slightly more challenging than Beginner. Beginner level classes are a... more

yoga
beginner yoga
yinyasa
vinyasa
yoga class
flexibility
strength

Workouts (34)

Middle Splits Yinyasa
5.0
0

FAQ

Are Beginner classes good for someone who's never practiced yoga before?
Yes! These classes are made for you! Even if you're moving your body in new ways for the first time, these classes are designed to explore that initial exploration of the practice.
What's the difference between Beginner/Moderate and Beginner?
Beginner/Moderate means the class will be SLIGHTLY more challenging (good for someone who has taken around 2 - 3 yoga classes before). Beginner classes will move in a way that assumes it is your first time practicing yoga.
Are Beginner classes good even for Intermediate and Advanced students?
Absolutely! Not only is it great to revisit and refine the foundations, but it's also great to slow down and change up your practice. If you're always practicing super challenging, fiery Vinyasa classes- sometimes the greater challenge lies in slowing down and being with yourself and your breath.

FAQ

Are Beginner classes good for someone who's never practiced yoga before?
Yes! These classes are made for you! Even if you're moving your body in new ways for the first time, these classes are designed to explore that initial exploration of the practice.
What's the difference between Beginner/Moderate and Beginner?
Beginner/Moderate means the class will be SLIGHTLY more challenging (good for someone who has taken around 2 - 3 yoga classes before). Beginner classes will move in a way that assumes it is your first time practicing yoga.
Are Beginner classes good even for Intermediate and Advanced students?
Absolutely! Not only is it great to revisit and refine the foundations, but it's also great to slow down and change up your practice. If you're always practicing super challenging, fiery Vinyasa classes- sometimes the greater challenge lies in slowing down and being with yourself and your breath.