Yoga (private & semi-private)

Benefits of private & semi-private yoga

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Experience the benefits of personalized yoga instruction in the comfort of your own space with private yoga classes. There are so many benefits to practicing yoga in a private setting. Here are just a few of the top benefits:

  1. Personalized Attention: In a private session, you have the undivided attention of your instructor, which allows for a deeper understanding of the poses and alignment, as well as the opportunity to work on specific goals or areas of focus.

  2. Comfort and Convenience: Private sessions offer the convenience of practicing in the comfort of your own space, whether that's at home, in your office, or at a location of your choice.

  3. Improved Practice: With personalized guidance, you can optimize your practice and progress more quickly than in a group setting.

  4. Flexibility: Private sessions offer flexibility in terms of scheduling and can be tailored to fit your individual needs and schedule.

  5. Stress Relief: Yoga has been shown to reduce stress and improve overall well-being. In a private setting, you can relax and fully immerse yourself in the practice, allowing for a deeper sense of relaxation and stress relief.

  6. Learn: With private yoga classes you can ask your questions and have postures and philosophy education provided to help deepen your understanding.

  7. You set the tone: Depending on your needs and goals we can customize the sessions to support your healing journey at pace that honours where you are at.

Overall, private yoga sessions offer a unique and personalized experience that can help you feel more confident and comfortable in your practice, while also providing the opportunity to focus on your specific goals and needs.

Styles offered:

  • Kemetic Yoga which originated in Egypt, focuses on the movement of energy through the body in order to connect with one’s higher intelligence and the divine. One practices Kemetic yoga at a much slower pace than in a standard asana class, and there is more of a focus on meditation and the chakras (energy centers). The physical poses of Kemetic yoga are taken from ancient illustrations of Egyptian gods and goddesses. It is a practice with African roots that has been largely ignored by mainstream yoga culture

  • Afro Soul Flow is a special event workshop that combines kemetic and vinyasa yoga styles in a mindful and energizing setting and includes Afro-diasporic traditional dance movement accompanied by live drumming.

  • Trauma-Informed Yoga is based on a particular understanding of trauma, one that emphasizes its impact on the entire mind-body system, as opposed to particular mental states (e.g., troubling memories) viewed in isolation from the physical body. “Trauma,” Bessel van der Kolk explains, “is not just an event that took place sometime in the past; it is also the imprint left by that experience on mind, brain, and body.”

  • Hatha the Sanskrit term "hatha" is an umbrella term for all physical postures of yoga. In the West, hatha yoga simply refers to all the other styles of yoga (ashtanga, Iyengar, etc.) that are grounded in a physical practice. However, there are other branches of yoga such as kriya, raja, and karma yoga that are separate from the physical-based yoga practice. The physical-based yoga is the most popular and has numerous styles.

  • Vinyasa "to place in a special way" and, in this case, yoga postures. Vinyasa yoga is often considered the most athletic yoga style, and was adapted from ashtanga yoga in the 1980s. Many types of yoga can also be considered "vinyasa flows," such as ashtanga, power yoga, and prana.

  • Yin the goal of Yin yoga is to slow down movements and turn inwardly to reach the deep connective tissues of the body. You can expect this sort of yoga to hold poses for longer amounts of time. You can also expect pairing breathing exercises while stretching muscles that rarely gain attention.

  • Restorative as the name suggests this form of yoga helps encourage healing and support for the body. It’s objective is to ‘restore’ the body by rest and restoration of balance. These poses will help its students activate the parasympathetic nervous system and by activation that helps the PNS ‘rest and digest’. This enables the PNS to keep basic functions operating as they should.

  • Crystal Bowl Soundbath can be added to any of the classes listed above


  • Private 1-on-1 | 60 minutes | $100

  • Private 1-on-1 | 90 minutes | $150

  • Small Semi-private (up to 5 people) | 60 minutes | $200

  • Small Semi-private (up to 5 people) | 90 minutes | $250

  • Large Semi-private (up to 10 people) | 60 minutes | $300

  • Large Semi-private (up to 10 people) | 90 minutes | $350

For group larger than 10, corporate, or for not-for-profit/charity organizations inquire via email for pricing.

Sessions are available in-person and virtually

Add $100 for Afro Soul Class for musician (in person only)

Add $100 for Crystal Sound Bath for musician (in person only)

“Drawing on her lived experiences as a young Sudanese refugee, a depth of formal study, and an unrelenting pursuit towards equality and justice for all, Tai Salih’s authentic and experiential teachings on the intersectionality of yoga and human rights are graciously offered within a trauma-informed, anti-racist, and survivor-centred framework.”

D.N. Senior Teacher, GTA

“I feel more calm, strong and connected with my internal wisdom after time spent with Tai. Her classes are fun and infused with knowledge. I never feel judged, only supported and understood.”

J.C. Studio Owner, Scarborough

“I lead a collective of BIWOC with a focus on wellness and literature and invited Tai to lead the group in a hybrid Therapeutic/Vinyasa class to kick-off one of our sessions. I have never had such a knowledgeable and masterful instructor. It was the first time for many of us to experience therapeutic yoga, and the group’s feedback was overwhelmingly positive. Tai possesses a unique gift in her ability to hold space and to gently yet effectively guide. The class was the perfect balance between mind and body. I got an effective workout for the day and left feeling an overwhelming sense of calm and general wellness. Tai is absolutely amazing and I won’t go to another instructor for my yoga practise for as long I can help it.”

S.A. community leader, Toronto

Interested in joining our free community based yoga programming through the Red Ma’at Collective for Black, Indigenous, women and gender expansive folks of colour?

Red Ma’at Collective Programming

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