Frequently Asked Questions
We have compiled a list of Frequently Asked Questions. If you have a question that is not on this page then please send us a message through the contact us page
To sign-up for a class, click either the Class Schedule button or the Yoga Schedule tab located on the home page near the top. From there, you will be taken to a schedule for all upcoming Asana at Home yoga classes.
Select your Class and you will see Get Access Button Click the button and select a product to access the event (class) . Complete the Transaction and create an Account .
If you have a coupon code, make sure you enter it before navigating to the Pay Now button. Once selecting the Purchase Product button.
Once finished, you will be sent an email confirmation.
After selecting a prodcut you will brought to payment screen where you can enter coupon in the space provided.
To start, wear whatever you are comfortable practicing in. That will look different for different people, and that’s okay. A water bottle would be handy as well so that you don’t have to leave your space in the middle of your practice. A mat is a good idea as well, and if you don’t have one, then it’s alright to improvise with a safe alternative. As far as yoga props go, it’s up to you. If you have a variety of props, that is great. Bring them! If not, that’s okay too. Take a look around your house to see what you can find for DIY yoga props.
You may reschedule a class, prior to it starting, by clicking Access Event in your confirmation or reminder email. Or by logging into your account and searching for the class under the events tab.
Yes we do. Please fill out our contact form with the details and we will get right back to you
Logging in a 5 minutes before a virtual Asana at Home yoga class is usually sufficient.
Asana at Home currently offers five different types of yoga classes. These classes are all designed to reflect different needs. These classes are:
Vinyasa is suitable for both beginners and those who have been practicing for quite some time. It is one of the more common styles and incorporates more movements than stillness into each class. Vinyasa translates to “place in a special way,” which can be interpreted as connecting movement and breath.
Kundalini is a type of yoga that incorporates breathing exercises, chanting, singing, and repetitive poses. This type of practice activates Kundalini energy. Although a forceful practice, it is beneficial for both advanced and beginner practitioners. Kundalini is both a physical and spiritual practice.
Hatha is a yoga practice that is great for anyone looking for a gentler type of yoga and one that is balanced. Hatha is considered a general type of yoga and is suitable for beginners as it is relatively mild and slower in pace.
Yin Yoga is a slower-paced practice, where poses are held for up to five minutes or longer. This type of practice can be quite challenging, although it is inert. This can be especially true if your body is not used to a Yin practice. Yin is designed to increase flexibility and circulation to joints. This type of practice is suitable for anyone needing a great stretch or interested in a slower practice.
Restorative Yoga is an excellent class for anyone looking to de-stress and relax. It is a gentle and relaxing class where poses can be held up to ten minutes at a time. This type of class helps encourage the body to release into a series of gentle stretches. It is not uncommon for yoga practitioners to fall asleep in Restorative Yoga classes!
Asana at Home yoga instructors understand if you are uncomfortable with having your camera on during a class. Although not required, keeping your camera on allows the yoga instructor to see if you are moving through positions safely and will be able to provide feedback on that.
Classes can be paid for with credit card, visa debit, and in a pinch, we can accept e-transfer through Pay Pal. Please contact us for e-transfer details.
Yes, we do. Head over to our Yoga Schedule page, and in the calendar you can find at the top a link to our Shop
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