Frequently Asked Questions:
- How do I find the location of the studios.
- Do I need to bring my own Mat?
You do not need to bring your own mat but if you have one, it’s a good idea. You could also bring your own blanket and cushion. After a few classes, I would hope that you will bring your own mat etc
- I’m a beginner. Which class is suitable for me?
Otherwise, all of the classes are aimed at the general public, with higher options offered during the class for those with more experience.
- Does the teacher need to know anything about my health before I come along to class? If so, why?
- I have tried to book and it looks like it’s full. Could it be full?
- Is there a pregnancy Yoga Class running?
- Can I come along to a casual class to try it out?
- Can I bring along my own mat, blanket and cushion?
- If I’m not feeling well, can I still come along to class?
However, many people just feel tired, overwhelmed, unsocial, or have an achy back/shoulder, a bad period etc. If this is the case, you can absolutely come along and let us know how you are feeling. You can set up close to the teacher and we can give you some easier options, perhaps joining in with the rest of the class if/when you feel like it. That way, you will still get to enjoy any breathing exercises and relaxation that we do, which will invariably make you feel much better!
- If I forget to cancel a class and do not turn up, will I lose a class pass
- Do I need to be very fit to come to Yoga Classes?
- Is it important that I tell the teacher if I have a new injury that might limit me during class?
- What kind of yoga is this?
- Do classes run the whole year round?
Currently, there is a 2 week break between terms, but there are lots of casual holiday classes running between terms.
For help with booking classes, please see under "Timetable/Booking" or email email@example.com
Thank you- See you on the Mat :)