Good for beginners: Yes
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand
out from the competition?
We offer a variety of Yoga classes along with immersions/trainings,
foundational immersions, community events and nurturing yourself meals.
*Exercise is challenging. How do you keep clients motivated and engaged? *
Yoga is not an exercise rather a full mind, body and spirit movement. A gift of Yoga is getting to know yourself; that is the greatest gift.Anything in life presents challenges, as long as you welcome them they often are fleeting. Our teachers, who are well studied and committed to their practice on and off their mat, invite humor, alignment and vitality to their classes.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
Our inspiration is to create an inclusive, vibrant yoga community. We have “Nurture Yourself,” where we cook, learn and eat together. We have “life!” where local luminaries come and share their stories. Also the we have the unique and original training “Immerse Yourself!” where we encourage students to find their voice through the study of Yoga. We want to create and share all of our best selves.
What do you love most about your job?
Inspiration from the students, along with watching them grow in the asana practice and meditation. It is an honor and real privilege to teach what you love. Mockingbird Yoga Mockingbird Yoga is about community, communion, and commitment. We are inspired by the many ways in which we choose to live, laugh, and love. In yoga, we use asana and philosophy to look at daily living. In daily living, who knows what we do. We work, exercise, and eat: these things often happen without thought or meditation. At Mockingbird, we want to connect the dots between these aspects of life and free us up to practice with playfulness as well as with integrity. We offer mindful, alignment-based yoga classes (groovy playlist included), workshops, immersions, and community events. Mockingbird wants to provide a center for centeredness, a place to practice movement and alignment, a place to practice mindful eating, and a place to play. We believe that there’s more to it than “making it,” not that there’s anything wrong with making it, it’s just that if you’ve made it, you might wonder, what’s next?