Kaiut FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions:
What is the Kaiut Method?
A quiet, deep, meditative style of yoga. Its main emphasis is to stimulate the joints, improve circulation, and promote relaxation. The sequences are designed for the practitioner to develop a skill within their nervous system so that they experience their natural state of pure being, peace and ease.
When you are new to the method, it may take a few classes until your body starts to understand this approach. It can feel a little weird and different from other forms of yoga.
How does Kaiut work?
First we aim to calm the nervous system, then to stop the losses of mobility, and finally to regain some of our lost mobility. The shapes are simple and safe and are designed to reveal restrictions in the body so that they can be dissolved over time.
How quickly can I expect to see results?
The practice of Kaiut is a long game practice. While the results can sometimes be seen right away, we want to make sustainable progress over a long period of time.
When you are new, it may take a few classes until your body starts to understand this approach. It can feel a little weird and different from other forms of yoga.
What do I need to do after class?
After class it is always helpful to take a soak in the tub with epsom salt if possible or to take a good long hot shower. The hot water will help the body to integrate the work and you will feel better. If not right after class, later in the day or before bed will be helpful.