What is it like to practice Kaiut Yoga?
It’s often called floor yoga as much of Kaiut is done lying on your back on the floor. This allows gravity to work for us. Nothing in Kaiut yoga is extreme; it consists of subtle movements and prolonged positions to allow time to also work for us. Because it is a methodology that pays close attention to each individual body, it is practiced by people of all ages, abilities and degrees of mobility. Individualize guidance and adjustments are constant throughout a class for all body types, injuries, chronic conditions, blockages, joint replacements, etc. There is no ‘perfect pose’ expected nor possible.
What do I need to bring?
Nothing. Yoga mats and all required props will be supplied.
What do I wear?
Comfortable clothing. Yoga clothes are great but so are t-shirts and sweatpants. Perhaps bring a sweater or hoodie or the like, in case the room is cool when you arrive or as we close a class.
Do I need prior yoga experience?
No. Kaiut Yoga is designed for people of all experience levels, including none.
Can I do Kaiut Yoga with a chronic injury, aches & pains, or stiffness?
Yes. Kaiut Yoga is designed to relief chronic pain and minimize the blockages in our systems that cause them. Individual accommodations can be made throughout the class.
Then Kaiut Yoga is for you. This is not yoga that stretches the body in extraordinary ways. Instead it works from the joints to maintain or return the body as close to its optimal functionality/mobility as possible. And super flexible is not optimal.
What if I am not very flexible?
Then Kaiut Yoga is for you. This yoga works to counteract the common biomechanical impact of aging on our bodies.
What if I am no longer in my youth?
Very likely. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at +1 416 558 1378.