Happy Zoom-ing Tips
When you receive the email with the Zoom link, click on the link to get to the online class. If you don’t receive the link, check your junk or spam folders
Choose a space where you have enough room to move
Keep your microphone muted (bottom left microphone button)
Pin’ the instructor's video so it focuses on the teacher and won’t alternate between other participants. Hover over the video box, click the three dots, and click ‘pin video’
If your wifi connection weakens, you can turn off your video camera
No Props. No Problem.
If you have a yoga mat, blocks, strap, bolster that's great, but if you don't, you probably have a lot of items at home that you can use to support your practice. Here are some ideas:
No blocks? Try using a stack of books, weights, inverted trash can, step stool, chair, or wall
No bolster? Try using folded blankets, towels, bedsheets, pillows, or couch cushions
No Strap? Try using a belt, towel, tie, or scarf
No Mat? Try using anti-skid socks
See this article for more inspiration.
A few things to keep in mind if you’re practicing on a carpeted surface (or a thick (squishy) mat)…
It will challenge your balance! Any cushioned surface will make balance poses a little more difficult.
It can be tough or your wrists! Any posture where you're bearing weight on your handsyour wrists sinking below the level of your hands. Try going down to elbows, making fists, or even using a pair of weights