Let’s explore together, yoga just for you. 

I currently offer Private Sessions over Zoom.

Working one on one is deeply beneficial.

When you sign up for a private session with me, you’ll receive hand drawn notes so you can practice your sequence at home, and have the option to receive a downloadable video recording of the session. You may also invite a support person to attend, if you prefer to have someone there with you.

Private sessions are great for folks who:

  • Are ready for some extra support for their health, happiness, and wellbeing.
  • Are recovering from an emotional challenge, injury, or illness, or have a trauma history that requires specific care.
  • Want to better understand certain alignment, actions, asanas, breath work, or spiritual concepts in their yoga practice.
  • Need help establishing a home practice that really meets their needs.
  • Aren’t comfortable in a group class but want to learn yoga, and need a more personalized approach.
  • I also provide coaching for yoga teachers or studio owners on equity and inclusivity in thier classes and yoga spaces for Queer, Trans, and Nonbinary folks. 

I help people access stability, ease, and integration through compassionate, committed yoga practice. I’ll help you understand your body/mind relationship, and learn specific, transformative practices to empower positive change, and move you in the direction of healing, clarity, and peace. Typically private sessions are deep, but also a lot of fun!

I can provide supportive practices for SI joint instability, back pain, poses release, scoliosis, knee, shoulder, and/or neck issues, digestive problems, headaches, thyroid imbalance, adrenal fatigue, fibromyalgia or other autoimmune challenges, insomnia, depression, anxiety and more.

I help people with pelvic floor issues such as chronic gripping, stress incontinence, urge incontinence, prolapse, and vulvodynia; birth preparation/ postpartum support, all through a non binary framework.

I also provide consulting on LGBTQIA+ equity and inclusion in yoga spaces.

I look forward to exploring together!


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$100 for a one time session
$75 each for 3


Yoga with Avery is not intended as a substitute for medical advice, or as an alternative treatment to medical or psychiatric care. I have over a decade of experience teaching private yoga, but if I cannot confidently address your needs I may refer you to a more experienced teacher, or yoga therapist. Yoga with Avery can be a wonderful compliment to other therapies, and I am happy to discuss your needs with your doctor, chiropractor, physical therapist, or other care provider so that you can receive the best support possible. 

If you have any questions about working privately, want to request a time outside my scheduled availability, or want to inquire about masked, distanced in person private sessions in Albuquerque, NM contact me:

6 thoughts on “Private Sessions

  1. I have a question about the Pelvic Floor workshop on May 5 before I register. I am 64 years old have a significant amount of post-surgical scar tissue in my lover abdomen and upper, inner right thigh and right glutes that makes it very difficult to do many yoga poses. I have worked for two years with Patti Lentz who uses a very modified therapeutic yoga-based physical therapy approach with me. But she did recommend the Pelvic Floor workshop for me and I just wondered if it would be worth it if many of the poses are outside my ability to do? I know I would benefit from the information but might have to sit out or greatly modify some of the poses and might require extra guidance as to how to adapt those. Thanks for letting me know.

    1. Hello Susan! Thanks for writing me. You are most welcome to join us on Sunday. Much of what we will be doing is exploring (in restorative and supported postures) how to sense these areas, which will be a unique experience for each person, depending on their own body and awareness. We will have a fun slide show, and a relaxation a part of the day as well. If you are familiar with how Patti works you may even know some of the poses we are doing. The pace will be slow, and inquisitive. You can always ask for how to back up a pose more, or simply sit out and observe if an exploration feels too challenging. If you have any other questions, please don’t hesitate to ask. You can contact me here or email me at averyasana@yahoo.com

    1. Greetings Shari!
      Yes – private sessions are a perfect way to start for someone who is stiff and brand new to yoga. I love working with beginners! And I have a wide range of experience and skills for adapting practice to make it accessible. If someone wants to try a group class who fits this description, I would connect them to my Tuesday night restorative class. Thanks!

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