You don’t need to be in shape or be flexible to practice Yoga. Yoga is an opportunity to improve your health and wellness, you can be in any shape to start a Yoga practice. No experience required.
Bring yourself, some water and layered clothing. You may also bring your own yoga mat and props if you have them. You can borrow a mat from us but we do recommend that you look to purchasing your own mat once you’ve tried some classes.
Yes, please do reserve ahead of time, it helps our teachers prepare for new students and allows them a chance to greet you properly. Also please arrive 10 minutes prior to each class to get settled on time. At your first class we will ask you to sign a waiver.
While there isn’t specific yoga clothing you should wear items that allow you to move freely and comfortably. We recommend dressing in layers so you can add or remove items to maintain your comfort. Sweaters, socks and wraps make nice compliments to your practice.
Please remove your shoes as you enter the studio.
This is not a problem, just pause and wait for them to notice, they’ll keep talking you through it until you can get back on track. Our classes move quite slowly for the majority of them but if you get lost you can just stop and the teacher will help you get back on track. Each time you come to class you’ll learn a bit more and before you know it you’ll understand lots of the cues and poses.
Yes, you can practice Yoga if you’re recovering from an injury but you must inform the teacher of your injury and be prepared to modify your practice accordingly. Yoga is a great way to help you recover from an injury. Please listen to your body and take as many breaks as you need.