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'Om' at home: Yoga in the living roomBent on fulfilling their New Year's resolutions or just looking for a way to escape from the country's chaos, Zen-seekers in the city have started bringing their yoga instructors home. For those who have decided to take up yoga, or maybe just to improve after years of sporadic class attendance, a private lesson can be a great way to start things off. Before embarking on my own private class, I was warned explicitly against getting too comfortable by Erin O'Halloran, a teacher at Shiva-Lila studio in Clemenceau who has practiced yoga for over 10 years. Armed with this advice and inspiration to make more of my admittedly erratic practice of yoga, I decided to host a private class at my house with Pip Usher, a local teacher fresh off a trip to train and study Iyengar yoga in India.I caved on the one-on-one thing and invited a couple friends who are also enthusiastic about yoga but felt they weren't getting enough attention in classes at studios. A 90-minute private (one-on-one) class with Pip Usher is $45 .
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