Online Classes

All classes currently online (since March 16th, 2020) until further notice.

The more we take care of ourselves, the stronger we will make our immune systems, and we will triumph over this dreadful virus.
Take this pause at home to slow the pace down. Breathe.

For the week of June 1 – June 7, 2020 (All Classes Open Level):

Monday, June 1:
                8:30-9:15am ~ Strength
Tuesday, June 2:
                7:00-7:45am ~ Awaken
Wednesday, June 3:
                By appointment only
Thursday, June 4:
                8:30-9:15am ~ Strength
Friday, June 5:
                7:00-7:45am ~ Motivate
                10:00-10:45am ~ Gentle
Saturday, June 6:
                8:30am-9:30am (60 min) ~ Flow
Sunday, June 7:
                By appointment only

Send me a text (310) 213-7553 or email and let me know which classes you’d like to attend this week. I will send you the invite link(s).

Download the free Zoom video conferencing app on your laptop, phone or tablet. (I recommend the app over using the browser version even on a laptop.)

Set up your mat someplace with minimal distractions. Using as large a screen as possible so you can see me easily, prop up your fully-charged device in such a way so you can see me and I can see your mat, your full body (ideally), but at least your legs, feet and torso so I can make alignment suggestions.

Financial hardship due to COVID-19: Pay what you can. No stress. Let’s just do yoga. Free trial class.

Suggested Rates:
Drop-in: single class: $15
5 class pack: $65 ($13 ea)
10 class pack: $120 ($12 ea)
20 class pack: $200 ($10 ea)

Forms of payment accepted:
Venmo @hereandnowyoga
Chase QuickPay / Zelle:
Credit cards accepted ~ contact for details

New Students:
Click on “New Students” tab in above menu, download info sheet, fill out and send back to me via text or email.

Stay in. Stay healthy.
Post yoga-class glow shines through the computer screen!
Online Classes “Gallery View”.
I can see all my students and you have two different angles of me.
Online Classes “Gallery View”.
I can see all my students and you have two different angles of me.

Keeping an eye on everyone’s alignment. This is my screen in “Gallery View”.
You can choose to see just the instructor (“Speaker View”), or everyone in the class (“Gallery View”). Most students choose to see just the instructor; feeling more one-on-one.