Q & A
1) How do I get started?
Register via our intake form (link below) and we'll send you a welcome invitation along with specific info regarding the program.
This information you share will help the teachers guide your practice in a way that brings the best results.
Please note particular health challenges, recent surgeries, injuries, chronic conditions, etc. Based on your body's history and needs, the first classes may be adapted for you.
Ex: if you have pain in your knees, we will teach you how to practice with a chair if necessary, adapting the practice for your body, especially when bending the knees.
2) How many classes can I access a week?
On the free trial you will have access to any live class during the week and three recorded classes. Every Monday members receive seven new recorded classes. You can access recorded classes anytime until the next ones are posted.
3) Should I have my camera on when doing the live classes on zoom?
We suggest it but it's not mandatory. Have your camera positioned at lease 5-6 feet from you with a view of your space/mat.
4) What if I cannot join the live classes?
Two way communication is a valuable aspect in learning yoga. We prefer to see our students practicing live, at least occasionally, so we can offer suggestions or support. If you are doing only recorded classes, we may check in every now and then. We are also available for questions and answers outside of live classes.
5) How to prepare my practice space?
Make sure you let your family members know you are practicing and give yourself the gift of a complete break, silencing your phone and pausing notifications. If anyone in your home becomes interested in practicing. just let us know. They will be welcome to join the program and your pets too!
6) What type of yoga will I be doing?
You will be practicing the Kaiut Yoga Method. More on the method here.
This method begins with restoring your body’s natural mobility and freedom of movement while building strength and structural integrity. Refining the body's connection with the brain, the results impact the whole system. Beyond the biomechanical benefits, students find the practice helps with stress/anxiety and often improves mood and mental balance.
7) What if I have further questions?
We welcome questions We are here to support you. If you have questions or if you want to share with us your feedback from classes, please email us anytime and we'll be in touch.
8) What material do I need to practice in home?
You probably already have it! Feel free to be creative.
Use a mat or any comfortable, stable surface, ex. carpet or rug.
you can also use firm pillows or cushions.
In many classes you will lie down and have your legs up supported by the wall and we will note this in the email.
You also can use a belt or scarf.
You can use a thick book, small box or anything similar.
9) Can I practice if I have pain or injuries?
Often yes, depending on the situation. This form of yoga has a strong therapeutic focus. We'll read the intake form and you will receive classes and directions that will teach you how to adapt the practice for you to have the best results.
10) How many times a week should I practice?
If you already practice yoga, you can keep the same volume of practice and than increase it gradually.
We recommend two or three times a week with a day between classes. Depending of how your body responds, you will be able to add more classes until you be able to practice everyday.