Frequently Asked Questions
What do I need to have for our first session? What should I wear?
It is recommended that you have your own yoga mat, two yoga blocks, and a blanket (any blanket, or fluffy towel will do). If you do not have these items, I can bring them. All options can be ordered on Amazon or found at Target, TJ Max etc.. Wear clothing that allows you to feel comfortable and unrestricted -- something you would wear to the gym.
How much space do we need? And does my house have to be clean?
We will need enough space for your yoga mat and a bit of space to walk around. Somewhere indoors, without distraction works best. Normally your livingroom will be the best option for in-home yoga. Don't stress strict cleanliness too much, as long as there is space to move around free of debris, your home is perfectly fine as it is. If you have any questions, Mikky can help determine what will work best.
What if I have never done yoga before?
No problem! We love working with complete beginners and can offer sessions for any level of mobility.
Do you do one-off sessions or are there package options?
Most people buy packages which are the most beneficial and cost-effective option as you begin private yoga practice. One-off sessions are available on a case by case basis upon request.
What are your rates?
Private in-home yoga rates are comparable to bodywork, or psychotherapy rates. You will receive a quote on our 15-minute introductory phone call. Each private yoga session is tailored to you, part of the price takes into consideration drive time, research, and other preparations to make your sessions as enjoyable as possible.
Which payment methods do you accept?
Cash, check, credit card (credit card fees apply), PayPal, Square, ACH, Apple Pay, or Venmo.
If I'm outside of the area you mentioned can I still reach out?
Yes! Please reach out anyway. When available, we sometimes can offer an add-on driving fee or recommend another professional in your area.
I'm injured or have health conditions, is yoga for me?
Private yoga is not a substitute for medical advice but it can be an excellent addition to your recovery plan. Please seek advice from a medical professional or physical therapist before starting yoga if injuries are suspected or present.
What are hands-on assists?
Hands-on assists can help ease you into alignment, provide proprioception (physical feedback), or are just meant to be enjoyed! Some people love hands-on assists, some people prefer not to be touched. Both options are completely normal and will be discussed in advance so that you feel as comfortable as possible for the entirety of every session.