When you do in-home yoga with one of our instructors they will guide you through a series of movements that will help relax mentally and physically. The yoga instructor will help you to find a yoga practice that fits your needs rather than doing a cookie-cutter program that may not fit you. The yoga teacher will pick movements that fit your fitness level and will progress you along at your pace in the comfort of your home.
- Are you new to yoga or are you ready to take it to the next level with a one on one yoga instructor?
- Do you ever feel like you’re more injury-prone than other people when you try to exercise?
- Have you ever felt frustrated when trying to learn yoga in a class setting?
- Do you feel like you need one on one instruction to help you in your yoga practice?
If any of these things describe you, you might benefit from doing yoga in the home with a coach.
How does In-home yoga work?
Why should you try in-home yoga?
Yoga is great to correct muscle imbalances so that you can do your favorite activities.
If you sit in the office all day, yoga can help fix your posture.
Yoga focuses on the muscles that are overused during your daily activities.
How Does In-home yoga Benefit Me?
Yoga can help you to minimize or eliminate prior injuries. It can also help you to break through to a new level in your pursuit of fitness. Yoga is an great way to relax and release stress. In addition, yoga can minimize and alleviate pain that comes from improper posture.
We are here to help you reach your workout goals
Count on the fitness professionals at On the Go Fitness Pro today. We will build your workout to your needs and provide any corrective training you need to get your muscles in proper balance. We look forward to working with you in Fairfax County and the surrounding areas! Call today to schedule your first appointment. 702-756-4444.
Jenna R. Wright
Certified Yoga Instructor
Jenna specializes in teaching Sculpt & Power Yoga workouts for individuals in one-on-one classes as well as in group training sessions. These styles of yoga draw from the traditions of Ashtanga yoga and Vinyasa Flow yoga – practices that incorporate sequences of asanas (yoga postures), and focus on linking one breath to each movement. These types of yoga practices are designed for weight loss, improvement in cardiovascular health, stress relief & overall fitness for mind, body and spirit.
Jenna brings elements of her training into her sessions including gentle, restorative practices such as Hatha Yoga, Yin Yoga, Iyengar yoga, as well as subsections of each style including: Pranayama (breath control practice), Mindful Meditation, and Yoga Nidra. As an instructor, she continues to study various yoga philosophy and psychology and utilizes her experience as a practitioner to develop wide-ranging practices to best meet the needs and goals of her clients. She emphasizes the importance of proper form and safety throughout all her sessions. Where needed, Jenna also incorporates gentle, restorative yoga practices to aid in injury prevention and/or recovery.
Jenna is experienced instructing students/practitioners at every point in their yoga journey– from beginner to expert level yogis. She brings a unique perspective to yoga fitness/training, and recognizes that incorporating a formal yoga practice into daily routines provides countless physical, mental & spiritual benefits.