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So, by the looks of it, you want to start doing some yoga. Maybe it’s for the vigorous body workout. Maybe it’s for the restorative, meditative aspects of this ancient practice. Maybe it’s to develop your body awareness, to think more about your breathwork, and to be able to wind down and enter into some sort of proper, deep relaxation.

Whatever your reason, you have come to the right place. At Superprof, we host millions (literally, millions) of different tutors across the world – friendly, qualified, and wonderfully enthusiastic tutors – who offer lessons in over a thousand different subjects and disciplines. From music to science, from French to Greek to Hindi, from literature to history to maths.

One of the disciplines our talented tutors offer is yoga – otherwise you wouldn’t be here on this page. So, if you are ready to get those shorts on, to unroll your yoga mat, and to get a little bit sweaty, let’s find the right yoga teacher for you.

Where to Start with Yoga?

You might have had heard a little bit about the ins and outs of yoga. You may have heard that there are things called ashtanga yoga, vinyasa yoga, or hatha yoga. Maybe you’ve heard of yin yoga, Iyengar yoga, or yoga nidra. Potentially, you’ve heard people talk about aerial yoga, chair yoga, or gentle yoga – or even power yoga, hot yoga, kids’ yoga, postnatal and prenatal yoga, yoga therapy or yoga meditation.

For Beginners

In fact, you, the new student, may well feel a little overwhelmed by all this – and we absolutely don’t blame you. But rather than letting this all put you off, consider that all of these different yoga styles are actually part of the richness of the discipline, part of the beauty and versatility of the exercise, and testament to the endurance of the yoga philosophy.

And further, all of this stuff is not really stuff you need to know right now. New students might find, yes, that they are a little bowled away when entering a vinyasa session by its dynamism and movement. Others might find, having walked into a yoga studio and been advised to hold one salutation for five minutes, that their connective tissues are quite sore and that they want to move on to different yoga poses or salutations. (That last one is yin yoga, by the way, so maybe avoid it if that doesn’t sound like your thing.)

Really, any good yoga teacher will know the ins and outs of beginner yoga and be happy to talk you through it. They understand that yoga for beginners does not necessarily need to be filled with technical vocabulary.

They key here is that you talk to your yoga instructor and ask them about the best yoga moves and yoga practice for you. To do that, you need to hunt through the different yoga teachers to see which one is best.

The Benefits of Yoga

In all this, the important thing remains: by signing up for yoga classes you are doing something that, potentially, will actually change your life. Because those who practice yoga welcome into their lives – into their body and mind – a whole load of changes for the better.

First of all, yoga really is a full body workout. And with such workouts, you will see that you will build strength and stamina, you’ll increase flexibility, and you’ll develop your core strength particularly, your body’s foundational strength.

You’ll also, really, be accepting a different way of life – a life that embraces stillness and stability throughout the franticness of normal life. This, in a way, is the point of the practice of yoga. Through breathing techniques and, importantly, through breath awareness, you’ll grow a greater unity of mind and body.

This isn’t as ‘new age’ as it sounds. Or, maybe it is, but that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. People in the yoga community experience drastic improvements to their mental health, for example. It’s a sort of mindfulness, but it is a physical practice as much as a mental technique.

Trust the History

We’re imagining that you are fairly sold as to the benefits of yoga, considering that you (still!) here. However, just take a moment to remember that traditional yoga has been practised for the last five thousand years. We know this because we have the Sanskrit texts (that also outline the principles of Ayurvedic medicine). Five thousand years. Let that sink in.

And so, honestly, there’s not really any surprise that there are a million and one different forms of yoga – given that history has given people over five millennia to play with the discipline. It’s quite an impressive lineage that you are going to be joining.

Finding the Right Yoga Teacher

So, in the end, how do you crack on and find yourself a yoga tutor?

Well, what you could do is go to loads of different yoga studios, try out lots of different yoga teachers, and sign up to lots of different group classes. People like doing this: it can be fun, social, and you can meet new people.

However, other people don’t, necessarily. Maybe the class schedules don’t fit into their timetable. Maybe the style of yoga on offer is not quite what they are after. Maybe they don’t find the space there to enter into the right mental space. And this is all completely okay.

For these people – and for many others – a private yoga teacher might be the better option. And that’s what we do at Superprof.

So, click through to the tutors above and find your perfect yoga tutor in Coventry. Request a lesson, discuss the details, and then book. You’ve got nothing to lose – the first lesson is free!


💸 How much do yoga teachers charge for yoga classes per hour in Coventry?

In Coventry, yoga instructors charge £30 for yoga classes per hour.


The price for yoga classes will differ depending on:

  • the experience of your yoga instructor
  • the type of yoga class (bikram, ashtanga, hatha...)
  • the location of your yoga classes (via Skype or the student's place)
  • the number of classes and the duration of each class
  • the goal of your yoga classes

97% of our tutors offer their 1st lesson free.


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👨🏼‍⚖️ How many yoga teachers are available to teach yoga courses in Coventry and the surrounding areas?

In Coventry and the suburban areas, there are 2 yoga teachers available to teach private courses


To find a private yoga teacher, check out their tutoring advert to find out more information about their course offering. Our yoga instructors cover all types of yoga from Bikram to Ashtanga to Jivamukti.


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💻 Can you take private yoga lessons online?

Did you know you can practice the art of yoga from the comfort of your own home?


On Superprof, many of our yoga teachers also offer private online tuition. In fact, about 80% of the private teachers across our platform offer yoga lessons via Skype.


To find available lessons online, just select the webcam filter in the search engine to see the available instructors offering online courses in your desired subject.


Online courses via Skype offer you more advantages in terms of flexibility and are often less expensive as the teacher does not need to travel.


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✒️ How have students rated their yoga tutors in Coventry?

Yoga students gave their teachers an average 5.0 out of 5 from a sample of 1 ratings.


If you have any problems with your course, a member of the Superprof customer service team will be available to help you find a solution (by phone or mail during weekdays).


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👴🏼 What are the advantages of taking private yoga lessons in Coventry?

Practicing yoga is a great way to help you relax and stay in shape. Other benefits of yoga include increased energy and a more balanced metabolism.


All of our yoga classes with a certified yogi will help you to practice the art of yoga. Our coaches will help you perfect your poses, medidate and promote mindfullness.


You simply select your teacher  and contact them to book your yoga course. All yoga lessons can be held either from home or at an outside location


A messaging service is in place for you to communicate with your tutor to schedule your yoga courses whether you want to learn yoga from home or take online classes.


Use the search engine to find your yoga teacher from among 2 teachers in Coventry.


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