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Hello! I’m Anne Tana, a certified yoga teacher from Graz, Austria, dedicated to helping beginners start their yoga journey. I understand if you’re new to yoga, it can be intimidating to know where and how to get started as I once felt the same way when I first started. That’s why I’ve developed this beginner’s course, tailored to provide you with a safe and balanced introduction to yoga. Whether you’re looking to reduce stress, increase flexibility, or simply try something new, this beginners’ yoga course is designed to meet you where you are. Together, we’ll embark on a path of self-discovery, health, and well-being. 

You will learn

 

  •  Fundamental Yoga Poses: Participants will learn a variety of foundational yoga poses, including the mountain pose, downward dog, warrior poses, and the child’s pose, to build a strong base for their practice.
  • Breath Control (Pranayama): Participants will be introduced to basic breath control techniques, such as diaphragmatic breathing and ujjayi breathing, to improve focus, reduce stress, and enhance their yoga experience.
  • Alignment and Posture: The course will emphasize proper alignment and posture to prevent injuries and promote flexibility. Participants will develop an understanding of how to align their bodies correctly in each pose.
  • Mind-Body Connection: Through guided meditation and mindfulness exercises, participants will learn to cultivate a stronger mind-body connection, enhancing their awareness and reducing stress in everyday life.        

Benefits of Beginners Yoga

“Start Your Journey to Wellness with Yoga for Beginners!”

Improved Flexibility

Regular yoga practice gradually increases flexibility by stretching and lengthening muscles, leading to greater mobility and reduced risk of injuries.

Better Posture 

Yoga promotes awareness of body alignment and encourages good posture habits, reducing the strain on the spine and preventing back pain.

Stress Reduction

Yoga incorporates relaxation and deep breathing techniques, which reduce stress hormones, lower anxiety levels, promote calmness, and enhance overall mental well-being.

How it Works?

Join my beginners’ yoga classes in 3 easy steps

Book the Sessions

You can easily reserve your beginner yoga classes by clicking on the booking system on this page.

Select Date and Time

Select the date and time for the beginner’s class, fill in the information, and secure your spot by making a payment through my secure system.

 

Enjoy Your Yoga Session

On the day of the scheduled yoga class, please aim to arrive 10-15 minutes prior to the start time to ensure you have plenty of time to settle in before the session begins.

 

Beginners Yoga Pricing

Beginners Yoga FAQ

What is beginners Yoga?

Beginner yoga is a level of yoga practice specifically designed for individuals who are new to yoga or have very little experience with it. It focuses on introducing the foundational aspects of yoga, including basic postures (asanas), breathing techniques (pranayama), and relaxation methods. The primary goals of beginner yoga are to provide a safe and supportive environment for newcomers to learn and to build a solid foundation for their yoga journey.

what style of yoga is offered in beginners yoga?

In beginner yoga, you will be practicing Hatha yoga, a gentle and foundational style of practice that’s ideally suited for newcomers. Hatha yoga places emphasis on fundamental poses and proper alignment, making it an excellent choice for those just starting their yoga journey.

How often are the classes held, and what is the recommended commitment level for participants?

Classes are typically held once a week every Monday from 17:30 to 18:30,  To fully benefit from the program, it’s recommended that participants attend all scheduled classes. Additionally, practicing yoga at home between sessions can enhance progress.

What essentials should I bring to my yoga class?

When attending your first beginner yoga class, it’s important to come prepared to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable experience. Here’s a list of items and things to bring:

  1. Comfortable Clothing: Wear stretchy, breathable, and comfortable clothing that allows you to move freely. Yoga-specific attire like leggings, shorts, and moisture-wicking tops are commonly worn.

  2. Yoga mat: Yoga mats and other necessary equipment will be available for your use. If you prefer to bring your own yoga mat, you are welcome to do so
  3. Water Bottle: Staying hydrated is essential during any physical activity, including yoga. Bring a water bottle to sip on if you get thirsty during the class.

  4. Towel: A small hand towel can be useful for wiping away sweat or keeping your hands dry during your practice.

  5. Socks and a Light Sweater: During the final relaxation (savasana), your body temperature can drop. Having socks and a light sweater or long-sleeved shirt can help you stay warm and comfortable.

  6. Arrive Early: Arriving a bit early like 10 – 15 minutes allows you to set up your mat, fill out any necessary paperwork, and get comfortable before the class starts. It also shows respect for the instructor and fellow participants.
  7. Open Mind: Approach your beginner’s yoga class with an open mind and a willingness to learn. Yoga is not just about physical postures; it also involves mental and emotional well-being. Be receptive to the instructor’s guidance and the overall experience.

  8.  Positive Attitude: Yoga is about self-discovery and self-improvement. Bring a positive attitude, be patient with yourself, and don’t be discouraged if you can’t do all the poses perfectly at first. Yoga is a journey, and progress comes with time and practice.

Are there any health restrictions for participating in beginners yoga?

Before joining a beginner yoga class, it is important to be aware of certain medical conditions or circumstances, such as recent surgery, chronic injuries, heart disease, high blood pressure, vertigo, cancer, glaucoma, spinal herniation, severe carpal tunnel syndrome, age over 70, limited joint mobility due to pain or arthritis, prior surgeries impacting safety, or any other health concern, require consultation with a doctor before participating in yoga or any exercise regimen. This ensures the practice is suitable for individual needs.

Pregnant women should consult a doctor before starting any exercise, including prenatal yoga, to ensure it’s safe. Inform the instructor of any physical restrictions or limitations for a secure and beneficial experience.  

 

Beginners Yoga FAQ

What is beginners Yoga?

Beginner yoga is a level of yoga practice specifically designed for individuals who are new to yoga or have very little experience with it. It focuses on introducing the foundational aspects of yoga, including basic postures (asanas), breathing techniques (pranayama), and relaxation methods. The primary goals of beginner yoga are to provide a safe and supportive environment for newcomers to learn and to build a solid foundation for their yoga journey.

what style of yoga is offered in beginners yoga?

In beginner yoga, you will be practicing Hatha yoga, a gentle and foundational style of practice that’s ideally suited for newcomers. Hatha yoga places emphasis on fundamental poses and proper alignment, making it an excellent choice for those just starting their yoga journey.

What essentials should I bring to my yoga class?

When attending your first beginner yoga class, it’s important to come prepared to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable experience. Here’s a list of items and things to bring:

  1. Comfortable Clothing: Wear stretchy, breathable, and comfortable clothing that allows you to move freely. Yoga-specific attire like leggings, shorts, and moisture-wicking tops are commonly worn.

  2. Yoga mat: Yoga mats and other necessary equipment will be available for your use. If you prefer to bring your own yoga mat, you are welcome to do so
  3. Water Bottle: Staying hydrated is essential during any physical activity, including yoga. Bring a water bottle to sip on if you get thirsty during the class.

  4. Towel: A small hand towel can be useful for wiping away sweat or keeping your hands dry during your practice.

  5. Socks and a Light Sweater: During the final relaxation (savasana), your body temperature can drop. Having socks and a light sweater or long-sleeved shirt can help you stay warm and comfortable.

  6. Arrive Early: Arriving a bit early like 10 – 15 minutes allows you to set up your mat, fill out any necessary paperwork, and get comfortable before the class starts. It also shows respect for the instructor and fellow participants.
  7. Open Mind: Approach your beginner’s yoga class with an open mind and a willingness to learn. Yoga is not just about physical postures; it also involves mental and emotional well-being. Be receptive to the instructor’s guidance and the overall experience.

  8.  Positive Attitude: Yoga is about self-discovery and self-improvement. Bring a positive attitude, be patient with yourself, and don’t be discouraged if you can’t do all the poses perfectly at first. Yoga is a journey, and progress comes with time and practice.

How often are the classes held, and what is the recommended commitment level for participants?

Classes are typically held once a week every Monday from 17:30 to 18:30,  To fully benefit from the program, it’s recommended that participants attend all scheduled classes. Additionally, practicing yoga at home between sessions can enhance progress.

Are there any health restrictions for participating in beginners yoga?

Before joining a beginner yoga class, it is important to be aware of certain medical conditions or circumstances, such as recent surgery, chronic injuries, heart disease, high blood pressure, vertigo, cancer, glaucoma, spinal herniation, severe carpal tunnel syndrome, age over 70, limited joint mobility due to pain or arthritis, prior surgeries impacting safety, or any other health concern, require consultation with a doctor before participating in yoga or any exercise regimen. This ensures the practice is suitable for individual needs.

Pregnant women should consult a doctor before starting any exercise, including prenatal yoga, to ensure it’s safe. Inform the instructor of any physical restrictions or limitations for a secure and beneficial experience.  

My Certifications

2017
200 Hour Ashtanga Yoga Teacher Training
Yoga Mysore, Karnataka, India
2017
Bachelor of Holistic Health and Nutrition
Indian Board of Alternative Medicines, Calcutta, India
2018
200 Hour Holistic Yoga Teacher Training
Abhijna School of Yoga & Meditation, Varkala, India
2018
Ayurveda Therapist Course
ALUVA Academy & Salubrious Ayurveda, Kerala, India
2021
Diploma in Hypnotherapy & Psychotherapy
ICHP Institute, Cork, Ireland
Registered-Yoga-Teacher-Anne-Tana-rys-200

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