Self practice takes a very long time to cultivate into your daily routine, so many of life’s distractions can invade your space. If you’re lucky enough to have a dedicated yoga space in your home, this is helpful. It’s a good idea to try to do yoga at the same time of day and in the same place, where possible. It can be an encouraging reminder to simply leave your mat laid out on the floor, where you can see it, as an open invitation. Simply being on your mat and breathing mindfully, if only for a few minutes, is yoga.

Having a yoga teacher come to your home is a wonderfully personal and unique way to learn yoga. Originally yoga was taught this way, one to one, guru to student. I have forged some great relationships with many private students over the years and it is always an enormous privilege to share a home space in session.

One of my fondest memories when teaching a whole family with three teenagers was quietly tip toeing out of the house as leaving them all peacefully, in savasana, on the kitchen floor asleep. Beautiful.

I feel replete in joy when my students feel confident enough, to start their own independent practice. Yoga at home or when they take their mat on holiday. I have often received great photos of my clients in self practice. My favourite was of a couple performing ‘flying eagle’ in Tesco’s car park!

I would love to hear from you if you’re interested in learning yoga in your home or if that is not possible, I have a dedicated yoga room for private sessions.

Yoga at Home is an investment and a commitment. It is a joyous and deep experience with tailor made practise and intermittent yoga instruction via my youtube channel Amasuyoga

Please feel free to get in contact to discuss with no obligation.