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Yoga with Jucó

Services

  Private yoga class

Private yoga classes are a great way to start, restart or deepen your yoga practice. My classes are tailored to your needs putting your personal goals in focus.

I recommend private yoga classes to you, if you

  • want to do some practice, but can’t find the time for visiting a studio as you are super busy
  • are at home with your baby, you want to regain strength and or flexibility and you can have some free time for exercise/yoga practice, but not enough to go to the closest yoga studio
  • you work in home office and you can have some time for yourself but can’t go far from your computer
  • don’t like or don’t want to practice in groups
  • wan’t to stay at your well known/intimate own space during the practice
  • can’t find the right studio in Budapest with English yoga instructors

Yoga is for everyone. Your size, shape, age or your level of fitness and flexibility doesn’t matter. Let me help you develop a personalized yoga practice that is most beneficial for YOU.

  Semi private yoga class

Semi private yoga class is for you, if you want to enjoy all the benefits of a private yoga class with a partner or a small group of friends. In a group of 2 or 3 we can still focus on the individual goals and needs, with way more attention to each of you, than in a large group.

Schedule

Your private yoga session will be scheduled to the time most suitable for you. You don’t have to adjust your day to the calendar of a yoga studio. When is it the best for you? Lunchtime, during the day, in the evening? Let’s discuss. 

Standard private class is 90 minutes, but we can adjust it to your needs.

Venue

We can meet for a private yoga class at your home, in the office – wherever it suits you the most. You don’t have to rush anywhere in town to get to the studio in time, I visit you. Less time and fuss for you, and more intimate space.

Price list

  • 1 session, 90 minutes for 1 person: 9.000 HUF – special discount for the first session: 7.000 HUF
  • 1 session, 90 minutes for 2 people: 12.000 HUF – special discount for the first session: 9.000 HUF
  • 5 sessions pass, 90 minutes each, for 1 person: 40.000 HUF
  • 5 sessions pass, 90 minutes each, for 2 people: 50.000 HUF

For special requests (shorter, longer class), please contact me.

Corporate yoga

For available corporate yoga / office yoga packages click HERE

Studio classes

Starting from the 26th of September, my yoga classes are held in Yogayoga Budapest, Mondays and Thursdays between 19:15 ans 20:45. I lead workshops and occasional pop up classes in in Alexander Yoga studio. My schedule is updated HERE.

Community yoga

I offer community yoga sessions in Budapest, when the weather is nice. You can practice with me September as follows:

  • 15:00 – 16:00, 1-Sep, Sunday – Olimpia Park
  • 10:00 – 11:00, 2-Sep, Monday – Olimpia Park
  • 18:00 – 19:00, 5-Sep, Thursday – Olimpia Park

Read more about yoga

For related yoga articals on my blog click HERE

 


Useful tips

How to prepare for your (first) yoga class

How to prepare for your (first) yoga class

Here are a couple of suggestions how to prepare for your yoga class – it doesn’t require additional time, rather just a bit of attention. Even if you have some experience in yoga practice, this may be a good reminder to you as well.

1. Eat light and don’t eat right before yoga practice

I’d suggest to have your last meal no less than 2 hours before the session. Your stomach really needs some time to digest. Please do not practice with a full stomach, it can be really a bad experience. If you can’t really schedule well when you eat, and you are about to starve before the class, than eat something super light. Maybe a banana, max 20-30 minutes before practice.

2. Drink a lot of water 

Drink plenty of water during the day, but not right before the practice. Make sure you hydrate your body well after the session.

3. Wear comfortable clothes

You don’t need anything fancy, no specific yoga wear, just something comfortable that you like to wear and allows you to move and stretch freely. No specific yoga socks or gloves are needed – don’t invest in these until you make sure you really need them.

4. Don’t wear socks

I recommend not wearing socks. It gives freedom to your toes (you may doubt it, but it might be useful in some of the poses). Plus it allows you to be grounded in the standing postures.

5. Use yoga props

It is okay to use yoga props (blocks, stripes) if you need them. It is not cheating they just help your process.

6. If you are a beginner, be a beginner

Allow yourself to be a beginner. Don’t compare yourself to others. Don’t put high expectations towards yourself. Don’t judge yourself on how you perform. Don’t stress yourself. Yoga is for everyone and it is way more than a physical exercise on the mat. Just enjoy, that you learn something new, enjoy the process and enjoy the change in your body and mind.