Hired 7 times
6 years in business
(Pacific Time Zone)
Mon - Fri
6:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
I've had several private sessions with Gina. When i was struggling to get back into yoga, Gina helped me get excited. Initially, she used postures that eased me into yoga and eventually challenged me. She is incredibly accommodative and is a good teacher. I would definitely recommend Gina and am looking forward to many more sessions with her!Jan 2, 2019Verified
Good adjustments, and comfortable style. Perfect for getting me back into my practice having been away from it for awhile.Oct 15, 2018Verified
I haven't used her for a long time, but I did want to take a moment to say she was very good and accomodating of my crazy schedule.Aug 17, 2015Verified
Gina took a very personal approach when we started our lessons. I suffered from sciatic pain after a lower back/ spasm injury due to a bulging disk so decided to try yoga to help strengthen my lower back and lessen my pain. She was always prepared with different poses to improve my health. She has a true passion for the practice and helping her patients. Gina was in it for the journey with me and I really appreciated that.May 28, 2015Verified
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- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I have graduated from yoga teacher training and am a registered yoga teacher under the National yoga alliance. For continuing education I love to attend yoga workshops to sharpen up my practice. I also like to take yoga classes regularly (with me as the student!). I also hold a CPR/first aid/AED certification.
- What types of customers have you worked with?I make lessons very convenient by meeting my student's at their home. This allows you to be comfortable in your own space, and saves you a lot of time. I like to outline a workout routine for them and address whatever major goals/needs they have (for example: tight hamstrings, ankle injury, bulging disks) and then we will work that into a general yoga flow. I am also available for any questions or help my students may need along the way. Let's work together towards your better health!
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?I would say look at their certifications first, this gives you a very general idea of what kind of experience they have. They should have a 200 RYT (Registered Yoga Teacher) certification or even better a 500 RYT, etc. You can also ask them who their teacher was or where they trained. Then do a little research about their yoga teacher and/or yoga school. That will tell you a lot.