ONLINE CLASSES

Live stream or access New Class Recordings Daily

MON

11am with Kelly

9pm with Claire

TUE

9.30am with Kelly

6pm with Kelly

WED

9.30am with Lori

5pm with Claire

THU

11am with Kelly

4pm with Kelly

9pm with Claire

FRI

9am with Lori

SAT

9am with Kelly

SUN

4.30pm with Kelly

SAT

9am with Kelly

SUN

4.30pm with Kelly

Class times are in US Central Time (CT/CDT/CST).

How It Works

Online yoga classes are hosted on the video conferencing site Zoom. It is easy to use and free. All you need to do is create an account and click the class link. 

Classroom Link. When you sign up for a class you will a receive an email with more information including your class link. If you have problems, just contact us!

Live Classes & Recordings. When you sign up for class you can either take that class live OR if you are unable to make the live class time, you will receive a link to the recording so you can take class when you have time. 

Stay Connected. We encourage students to stay in communication with us about how practice is going and any questions that arise. The Online Classroom opens 15 mins before the start of class and the teacher will be there if you wanted to check in through voice or chat. Alternatively send us a message or email. We want to hear from you!

Home practice equipment of colorful pillow, black strap, and computer with Kaiut Yoga sticker on a patterned rug
Close up of student lying down with head on bolster, hands interlocked underneath, neck turned to right
Home practice equipment of colorful pillow, black strap, and computer with Kaiut Yoga sticker on a patterned rug
Close up of student sitting on chair, with legs crossed, feet on bolster

What You Need

Device. To take class you will need a device (computer, tablet, phone) that connects to the internet. 
 
Practice Space. You will also need a place to practice. You need to be able to lie down with another 3 feet of space around you. You also need a wall space that is clear. It can be helpful to have a set practice space that you feel comfortable in and is quiet and uncluttered. But do your best to find a place you feel most at rest in the environment you are in.
 
Equipment. The Kaiut Yoga Method uses various pieces of equipment including mat, bolster, strap, wooden blocks, wall space, and a chair. If you have these great, if you don’t that is also great! Adapting and using what you have around you is part of the yoga. In fact using objects in your home adds to the variation in your practice, which is important in Kaiut Yoga. The teacher will inform students about what props they need in each class. Some equipment alternatives are listed below.
Close up of student lying down with head on bolster, hands interlocked underneath, neck turned to right
Home practice equipment of colorful pillow, black strap, and computer with Kaiut Yoga sticker on a patterned rug
Close up of student sitting on chair, with legs crossed, feet on bolster

Equipment Alternatives

Kaiut Yoga is all about adapting. Here are some suggestions for alternate equipment/props. Get creative! Overtime you may switch props, so start with what you have. Have these props near your practice area each class.
 
Mat.  As an alternative have a surface that you are able to lie on. You might use blankets, towels, a rug or your carpet. When doing standing poses, any floor surface will be workable. 
 
Bolster. In place of a yoga bolster you can use a pillow or cushion. We recommend having a number on hand varying in size and density. 
 
StrapA belt works best otherwise anything that is similar in length, width and sturdiness.
 
BlocksKaiut Yoga uses wooden blocks of specific dimension and weight. For hand and arm work have two travel mugs that allow you to grip them securely and strongly; or something similar that will not break. They do not need to be the same.  For other block work, have a few small to medium hardcover books.
 
Chair. The chair is not used regularly, but can add variety to our practice. Some students may gain better results from the consistent use of the chair. You can also use a couch, stool, edge of the bed.

Still have questions about online classes?