Live Zoom yoga classes designed specifically for musicians! No previous yoga experience required.
Fridays 10:30 - 11:30 AM PST
Register for an online group yoga class!
Class Description: This class will include standing poses that focus on alignment and building strength and balance. Warm-ups and cool-downs are often done sitting, on hands and knees, or lying on the back. Modifications will be suggested for those with injuries or limitations.
Cost: $12 per class
Book a private yoga session tailored specifically for your needs!
Private sessions are currently scheduled online through Zoom.
Cost: $70 for a one-hour session
Rather practice on your own time at your own pace? Get unlimited access to my entire Zoom library! New Zoom classes will be added every week!
Cost: $29.99 for unlimited access
Yoga for Musicians is designed for anyone who plays an instrument. No previous yoga experience is required! As musicians, we make the same repetitive movements and hold static postures that can lead to wear and tear on the body over time. Yoga for Musicians counteracts the repetitive movements we make and postures that we hold ourselves in.
In Yoga for Musicians classes, we gently stretch the fingers, wrists, arms, shoulders, neck, and hips to release tension and tightness that we have from playing our instruments, increase strength and flexibility in areas that may have weakened due to lack of use or poor posture, move through sequences that are designed to bring us back into alignment, learn practical anatomy and apply it to playing an instrument, and explore ways to move with mindfulness and ease, the way our bodies are intended to move.
A consistent yoga practice can have many long-term benefits for musicians. We all know of amazing musicians who have had careers cut short due to injury. Yoga can reduce pain, prevent injury, and increase the length of your music career. It can also open up new pathways for creative expression and enhance ease and enjoyment in your playing.
A yoga mat is highly recommended. In many classes we also use a small blanket or bath towel, a strap such as a guitar strap or yoga strap (you can also use a belt or tie from a jacket or robe), and a chair without wheels or arm rests such as a dining or folding chair.
Great! Upon registering, please let me know that it is your first yoga class so that I can give you guidance.
You can choose whether or not you would like to share your camera. If your camera is not shared, no one can see you.
If you have an injury, it’s best to check with your doctor before beginning any new fitness routine. If your doctor says it’s okay, please inform me about your injury and I will do my best to offer any modifications that may be helpful.