Whom Is It For?

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Did I get quite a few of those right? Then, let me tell you more about it.


It's More Than Just the Yoga

Each month, you'll get access to the following:

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At the start of each week, there will be new content in the membership content library that you can practice and work through your own pace. Need more guidance  Got you covered. The membership includes weekly practice plans for you to follow. All you need to do is show up.


You’ll also receive weekly accountability e-mails with tips, recommended reads, and other love from me as well as access to me via a private Facebook group. 

I primarily teach Vinyasa Yoga, a dynamic style that involves lots of movement with poses linked similarly to a dance. You’ll move around quite a bit doing a new pose on each inhale and exhale as well as hold poses to build strength and endurance. Sometimes, classes will be a bit faster, other times they will be slower. We’ll work on basic poses as well as work towards more challenging ones.


In addition to that, I will also occasionally offer Yin Yoga classes. Those are very slow and meditative, and a challenge for both your body and mind. You’ll hold poses for longer periods of time and will work on your flexibility.

Absolutely. I won’t be throwing you in the dark. Along with yoga classes, I’ll be sharing breakdowns of yoga poses, movements, and yoga drills so that you can learn the basics as you practice.

That depends on your time and availability. However, I suggest doing yoga at least two or three times a week and dedicating at least a few minutes to mindfulness and mindset work daily. 


You’ll be able to make use of the new weekly content as it comes out as well as any of the previous classes available in the membership library.

To comfortably practice yoga, you will need a yoga mat. I advise investing in a good-quality yoga mat as it’ll make your practice safer and more enjoyable.


In regards to other props, they are not necessary, but beneficial. You can get  a set of two blocks and a yoga strap. However, you can also use items that you already have at home, such as belts, scarves, and books.


With any new yoga classes, I will let you know about any props that you may need.

Excellent question. Journaling and meditation both have many benefits. They can boost the mood, help deal with stress and anxiety, help you work through a variety of issues, as well as learn about yourself. Moreover, yoga isn’t just about the poses. It’s a way of life that can improve your overall wellbeing. Simply try and see how it works for you!
No worries. You can cancel before the next billing cycle. Once you do, you will still be able to access the membership content until the last day of your billing cycle. However, no refunds are possible.

Hi There, I'm Karina!

I’m a certified yoga instructor and mostly work-at-home mom, slightly obsessed with weights, HIIT, inversions, and travel.


I believe that a consistent yoga practice can not only help you improve your health and well-being, but also transform your life. Over the years, it has helped me feel stronger and better physically and mentally, and I’d love to share the tools I’ve learned with  you.  

No studio? No Problem.

Practice yoga (and not just yoga) on your own terms from the comfort of your home.

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