The teacher at Satva Yoga Chiang Mai is Fred. He's been practicing yoga for more than 30 years and has been a massage therapist for 20+ years. Fred has a great understanding of the body and the problems that our bodies carry.
Yoga classes at Satva Yoga Chiang Mai are usually 2 hours long and normally only have about 3 students or so in each class. So you have a lot of attention from the teacher to help you get each pose exactly the way it should be. Lots of individual instruction compared to other larger yoga places in Chiang Mai.
The actual place of practice is in a Lanna Thai style outdoor pavilion. Plenty of light, nice breeze and plants, trees and bamboo surround the place of practice making it a very natural, relaxed setting. Great for yoga.
Satva Yoga in Chiang Mai also uses a lot of props to assist in getting the correct posture for each pose. Rubber balls, foam rollers, bamboo fencing, flying yoga slings, wooden blocks, etc are all used to assist the student in achieving the proper pose so that he/she can build a proper foundation with which to approach further yoga practice in their home country.
In short, I highly recommend Satva Yoga. I've been practicing there for 3 months already and with very good results.
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