Alexandria VA Virtual Yoga And Gong Sound Therapy Classes Launched

Sound Wellness, run by highly qualified instructor Monique Derfuss, have announced online yoga and gong therapy sessions. This enables people uncomfortable with studio classes after the pandemic to enjoy classes in the comfort of their own homes.

Sound Wellness have announced the launch of virtual yoga sessions available to individuals and groups. The online sessions support vibrant well-being through gong sound therapy, Kundalini Yoga, and meditation sessions.

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Sound Wellness is run by highly qualified Monique Derfuss who has been running popular group classes and events, private yoga and gong sessions and corporate programs throughout the greater Washington DC area for years.

She is a gong practitioner and 300-hour, KRI-Certified Kundalini Yoga instructor. She has regularly shared her expertise presenting the latest in wellness on regional television, in podcasts and in national magazines.

Monique also holds a Reiki Level 2 Certification and integrates this knowledge into her sessions. Focusing on the needs of her students and clients, she provides an inviting and supportive atmosphere to her online classes and private sessions.

The new online classes have been designed for people who do not yet feel comfortable in the studio environment and ensure everyone is able to enjoy and take part in professionally taught classes from the comfort of their own home. Inquiries are invited from newcomers as well as experienced yoga practitioners.

Monique recommends four simple steps are undertaken before starting the first online session. The first is to set aside a home yoga space. This should be a peaceful place in the home where yoga can be practiced without being disturbed.

A few props are also recommended. In addition to a mat, yoga blocks and a strap may be useful aids to holding a position. A blanket may be needed for warmth if the class includes deep relaxation and will also provide useful support when sitting cross-legged.

Monique also advises people to set aside at least five minutes of downtime before beginning an online yoga class. She recommends regular classes, ideally daily, but at least three times a week to enjoy the maximum benefits of yoga, gong therapy and meditation. You can read more about yoga at home on her blog:

Those wishing to find out more can visit their website on the link provided above. Details about upcoming classes are available on her website.

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