To sign up for an online/remote class, add your name, click to add a checkmark in the box for the date you want to attend. You will be asked for a phone number (mobile please) and email address – this information is not visible to the other attendees. Once signed up, you will need to scroll to the far right of the calendar, and click “Save” at the top right.
If you previously signed up for a class, hover the cursor over your name until an edit pencil icon appears, then click the edit pencil and check the date(s) you want to attend. Finish with “Save” at the top right.
Once Signed Up and Paid, a Zoom link will be sent by text to the mobile number you provided. If you do not receive a text with the link on the day before the class, please text (504) 259-3056.
At least 2 attendees required for a class to remain on the schedule. Notice of any class cancellation will be by text.
New to Studio? Please read and sign Release Here. To attend remotely, please join the Zoom meeting 5-10 minutes prior to class time. Find a comfortable space in your home or office where you can position a mat in viewing and hearing distance of a smart phone, tablet or computer. If using a smart phone, simply press the link to join the class. If using a tablet or computer, the numbers in the link represent the Meeting ID needed to join the class. The Zoom meetings are on a secure link, and your video and microphone are set to “off” so as not to distract other students, and also to give you privacy in your practice. If you have a question during class, feel free to “unmute” – or you can text me after class with any questions or suggestions.
Props you may want to have: Blanket, Blocks (or books), Strap (or belt), Pillow, Eye Pillow. You may also want a chair nearby as an alternative to sitting on the floor, or as a helpful assist for balance poses.
Please note that my instructions are suggestions, as I invite you to make each Yoga class your own by listening to your body. Many of the cues are to protect the neck, back, and knees. Just go where your body takes you in each pose, and don’t forget to breathe (it’s very tempting to hold the breath in poses). When you are just starting out, feel free to rest in Child’s Pose at any time during the class – this is really easy in the remote class when no one is watching. If you have any competitive tendencies, the remote option is a good starting point for making the class your own.