Since its origin thousands of years ago, yoga has traditionally been handed over by the teacher to the student. The student stayed with the teacher for many years and thus profited for a long time and directly from his teacher’s experience.
Yoga lessons in the form of group lessons as we know it in the West today, there is only since the increasing popularity of yoga as more and more people wanted to benefit from the knowledge of the few teachers. When the first Europeans and Americans returned from India and brought to life the profession — some would say the vocation — of the yoga teacher in our latitudes, today’s format of group hours was established.
Group lessons can never replace individual lessons . In one-to-one lessons, one’s own yoga path can be more individual and more direct, and can be targeted at specific areas. In this way, yoga can be adapted to the student and not vice versa. Julie and Knut have been enjoying separate lessons from different teachers for a long time.
Most of the teachers in Feelgoodstudio also give individual lessons, just ask! If you are the only student in a group hour and you do not want to do without your lesson, you have the possibility to exchange two units of your 5er / 10er block for an hour of private lessons.