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Yoga Joi is temporarily closed while I recover from knee surgery. My apologies for any inconvenience. 
~Kate 



BOOK A *FREE* 30 min DISCOVERY CLASS

 

 

 


The Yoga Trapeze is a suspension yoga system great for back pain, core strength, functional upper body strength, and balance. Most clients are looking relieve back pain, relieve stress, improve their grip and core strength. If that sounds like you, email me by using the Contact menu (or paste kate@yoga-joi.com into your mail app) and we’ll set up a time for you to experience the trapeze. Completely free of obligation.

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Yogi Joi is a small, private, yoga studio in Las Vegas. It attracts students who, for all sorts of reasons, prefer not to practice in large commercial studios.

Yoga Joi Differences
◉ small groups (that you arrange)
◉ private classes
◉ non judgmental environment
◉ non intimidating environment
◉ non competitive environment
◉ gentle adjustments
◉ individual attention
◉ injury prevention focus

Services Offered
◉ yoga trapeze aerial yoga
◉ hatha lineage mat yoga
◉ yin-restorative yoga
◉ self-myofascial release (trigger point roller therapy)

Questions? Curious? Not sure what the next step is? Reach out by using the form above, or using the Contact menu, or paste kate@yoga-joi.com into your mail app. There are no silly questions. Yoga Joi is a relaxed, fun, caring environment.
Namasté, Kate

Yoga Joi Classes

◉ Yoga Trapeze
◉ Yin/Restorative Mat Yoga
◉ Active Mat Yoga
◉ Roller Therapy

The studio is equipped with 4 Yoga Trapeze rigs. For mat yoga it comfortably holds up to 6 (8 if you’re really friendly). You can book a private session for yourself, drag your partner, or round up a small group of friends. All groups are arranged by you; you never practice with strangers.

Try out the Yoga Trapeze with a FREE Discovery Class. Learn about its benefits (the #1 benefit is help with back pain) and see if we’re a good match to work together. Great fun, no commitment required, limited to 1 free session per student. Book your free class using the Contact menu or email kate@yoga-joi.com  See separate “Benefits of Yoga Trapeze’ page for more info.

Yin yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga, with postures that are held for long periods (1-5 minutes). Yin stresses connective tissues (tendons, fascia and ligaments) with the goal of increasing circulation in the joints and improving flexibility. Meditation and mindfulness are key components of this practice. Restorative yoga is similar to Yin. The use of props (blankets, bolsters, blocks, straps) make restorative yoga an even more restful than Yin. Both practices are perfect for helping you release stress, find stillness and spend some quiet time with yourself. It’s all about balance. Black and white. Hot and cold. Yin balances out your active Yang classes.

Yoga is on the rise. In 2012, 20.4m US adults practiced yoga. In 2016 that number had jumped to 36.7m. Yoga has left the realm of lentil eating ‘alternatives’ and soundly positioned itself as mainstream. For good reason. The benefits of this ancient practice are many. Google “benefits of yoga” and immerse yourself in the +16 million hits. No matter what your current level of fitness or flexibility*, you can take up yoga and begin your journey.

Therapy rollers (trigger point rollers, foam rollers) are used for self massage. They help soothe tight, sore areas of musculature and connective tissue. This process of rolling out tight muscles and relieving tension is known as self myofascial release (SMR). Sometimes known as “poor man’s massage” because it’s what massage therapists have been doing for years. Rolling out your fascia (a layer of fibrous connective tissue that surrounds all your muscles) will result in increased blood flow, lubricated healthy fascia, increased muscular range of motion and a release of sore tight spots.

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The most popular method of buying class packs is to create your own small, exclusive, group! It’s cheaper, you motivate each other and you have more fun. Your small group could be just you and your partner for some de-stressing candlelit yin. Or round up some people from work, the extended family, whomever you enjoy being around.

Yoga is now mainstream; it’s health benefits are widely accepted. However, not everyone is into yoga for yoga’s sake, nor striving to do visually impressive arm balances. Some are simply looking to regain lost strength and mobility and feel at ease in their bodies. Private and semi-private yoga can focus on your particular goals, be it perfect your Eka Pada Koundinyasana or improve your golf swing, in a way that large group sessions cannot. Perhaps some of these goals resonate:

  • manage stress levels
  • add balance to a busy life
  • alleviate back pain
  • sleep better
  • regain functional flexibility (not palm your hands on the floor, more like look over your shoulder to change lanes)
  • have energy to play with the kids/walk the dog
  • boost your balance (navigate stairs without needing a handrail)
  • struggle less with routine movement (get up off the sofa without it being a workout)
  • recover from an injury
  • feel ease in your body
  • establish some elusive life balance (a life out of balance can feel like one long, overwhelming struggle)

 

S E S S I O N      P R I C E S

spiderman-2 cutoutYOGA TRAPEZE

capacity 1-4 people | price per person | classes 60m
all packages prepaid | no expiry date

Single Class $75
4 Class Pack (1 month) $240 — save 20% — $60/class
12 Class Pack (3 months) $675 — save 25% — $56/class
16 Class Pack (4 months) $840 — save 30% — $52/class

 

yoga matMAT YOGA

capacity 1-6 people | price per person | classes 60m
all packages prepaid | no expiry date

1-2 people 3-4 people 5-6+ people
Single Class $60 $50 $40
4 Class Pack (1 month) Save 20% $190 $160 $130
12 Class Pack (3 months) Save 25% $180 $150 $120
16 Class Pack (4 months) Save 30% $170 $140 $110


Health Disclaimer  :  *If you have any significant health issues, please ask your doctor if it’s okay for you to do yoga before we begin and note that the yoga trapeze requires some extra precautions. It’s not dangerous but we need to be cautious. Please specifically discuss doing aerial yoga with your doctor if you have cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, glaucoma, if you take prescription muscle relaxants, have had recent surgery, have serious scoliosis, or if you are pregnant. Also not a great idea to do any kind of yoga within the trauma phase (initial 72 hours) of an injury.