1What do I need to wear?
Some loose and comfortable clothing, allowing you freedom of movement. There is no need to wear socks during practice but these can be put back on during relaxation to keep your toes toasty and warm.
2What do I need to bring?
A re-useable bottle of water to keep you hydrated after class and a small towel in case you get your sweat on.
3Do I need to bring any equipment?
Mats, blocks and straps will be provided to you. You are welcome to bring your own mat if you prefer.
4I have never been to a yoga class before and do not know what to expect. Are all the other people really good at it? Will I feel out of place?
Yoga is non-competitive and therefore there is no need to feel concerned about being new in the class. We offer a safe space where there is no judgement. You will be guided safely through each pose and sequence. If you are brand new to the practice, we highly recommend attending the beginners class on a Wednesday evening as there is more time spent on alignment, breathing and the basics that are important to get the most out of your practice.
5What time should I arrive?
Please ensure you arrive 5 minutes before class to ensure that you are all settled in before the class starts.
6Is the class open to both men and women?
7What if I have injuries?
Please advise us of any injuries beforehand, we can then discuss this to ensure it is safe for you to practice and if so, we will provide any necessary modifications.
8Is the class suitable for pregnant women or women in the postnatal phase?
Each pregnancy is unique so if you are expecting, please contact us in advance before booking. There are modifications that we can provide, however these need to be discussed in advance of attending a class. If you are a new mother, you will need to wait for 3 months at least and you will need to check with your doctor beforehand.