Private lessons


"There is a vitality, a life force, a quickening that is translated through you into action, and because there is only one of you in all of time, this expression is unique."

-- Martha Graham

"How do you always know exactly what I need?"

-- J.B., private yoga student

Yoga can change your life.
Private lessons can change it faster.

Your body has a unique history. So does your mind.

So it makes sense that the yoga practice that will really make a difference for YOU — that will have the biggest return on the investment of time and effort you’re devoting — might not look like everyone else’s.

Maybe your job is super stressful, and you need tools to help you manage it.

Or you’ve got an old injury in your shoulder or hip that makes certain poses basically impossible… but you still want to move well, stay active, and feel healthy.

Maybe you like group classes, but can never remember the sequences that felt good, and wish you had a home practice for those days when you can’t get to a studio.

The yoga that will help YOUR body feel better than it has in years?

The breathing practices that help YOU release stress?

The small mindset shifts or philosophical tools that help YOU put life in perspective?

My favorite thing is helping you discover them. That’s what we do in private lessons.

When you fill up your own reserves, you'll discover you have so much more to give the world, and all the parts of it you touch.

You could even think of this practice partly as a gift to your family, your friends, your career, your art, your community.

If you're new to yoga...

Private lessons will help you build a practice from the ground up. You'll learn the exact parts of the practice that YOU can most benefit from, whether that's mindfulness, flexibility, strength, balance, or all of the above.

If you've been practicing a while...

Private lessons can be a game-changer for shifting those nagging aches and pains, revitalizing your home practice, or getting to ask as many nerdy questions as you want about poses, breathing, philosophy, meditation, and more. You might have more a-ha moments in one private lesson than in a month of group classes.

I teach private yoga online via Zoom.

The first step is to send me an email to let me know you’re interested.

We’ll get to know each other, and I’ll ask you some questions to make sure that I’m a good match for your schedule, goals, and priorities.

If our schedules don’t line up, I’ll be happy to suggest some other teachers or resources for you!

Send me an email at yoga@sarahkowalski.com to get started.

Let’s find the yoga that changes your life.