Liverpool-based training firm Tapiit lauched Tapiit Live online yoga classes, starting from Monday March 16th with 250 free spots available.
Online yoga classes are on the rise right now, partly because yoga is gaining massive media attention and also because many people are afraid to attend the yoga studio because of coronavirus.
One company looking to get in on the online-yoga-course action is training firm Tapiit. Live yoga lessons will start on the platform shortly as part of the Tapiit Live programming, which is design to provide both yoga and mental health courses live online.
What Is Tapiit Live?
Tapiit Live is a training solution that gives online courses without the need to travel. This, Tapiit says, will allow participants to practice yoga wherever they are. So whether they want to do yoga at home or in the office, they will be able to.
The service works via a two-way camera system so you can talk to your yoga teacher while taking the lesson. The training firm has teamed up with White Wolf Yoga, a yoga studio in Liverpool, as well as a clinical psychologist Dr Rachel Glynn-Williams and mental health specialist in order to provide a variety of mental health programs online.
Glynn-Williams has spent 20 years healing people overcome mental health conditions. White Wolf Yoga is an award-winning studio in Liverpool City Centre the owner of which, Louise Fitzsimmons, has been a yoga teacher for eight years. Frank Perry, another instructor o the yoga course, has been practicing yoga for more than 25 years and specialises in Ashtanga yoga and remedial yoga.
Can Tapiit Lives Online Yoga Classes Deliver The Same In-Studio Experience?
The rise in online yoga courses has brought one question to mind: Can online clase really deliver the same sort of experience as a class at a yoga studio?
A big part of actually attending a yoga studio in person is the energy in the room. Everyone is there together working to improve themselves. There is a communal energy. It’s intimate. And you just can’t get that online.
Although I do think online yoga courses are set to rise this year primarily because of ease-of-delivery and because of fear of coronavirus, these streamed-classes can’t truly deliver the same experience as a yoga studio. Can they?
It will be interesting to see how what kind of experience Tapiit brings to the table.
You can book your lesson here.