- General yoga
- Useful information
It is advised to wait 3 hours after a heavy meal before coming to class. A cup of tea or fruit is fine an hour or two before practicing.
All mats and equipment are provided so just bring yourself!
You're welcome to wear comfortable clothing you can move freely in. Footless tights or shorts are great. Dressing in layers is great as you will warm up and cool down. Shoes should be removed before entering the studio - no shoes in the yoga space!
Please arrive at least 5 minutes before the starting time. Feel free to come in up to 15 minutes early, relax, ask your teacher a question…
At your first class you will be invited to fill out a registration form disclosing any injuries or other medical conditions. It is important to let the teacher know prior to each class of any medical concerns or injuries etc that might be affecting your practice on that day (even if you have written them on your form previously). Also let your teacher know if you are menstruating. If you are pregnant, please also speak to your teacher about what modifications might be advisable in the practice.
All information is treated in confidence. Please feel free to discuss any condition in further detail by phoning us prior to attending class.
Drink plenty of water before you come and after you leave but it’s best not to bring a drink bottle with you in to the yoga room as drinking whilst practicing can interfere with the yoga process.
If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
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