Here are a few ways to optimise your yoga experience:
- Don’t eat a meal before class. Make do with a snack until afterwards.
- Wear loose, comfortable clothing and bring a bottle of water
- Bring a yoga mat and any props you might need
- Please leave mobile phones in the cubby holes provided and remember to turn them off!
- Try and turn up a few minutes early. This will give you time to settle on your mat and bring yourself into the present moment to get the very most from your class.
- If you have to leave early, let your teacher know before class starts. If possible, take a couple of minutes to sit quietly or take a short relaxation before you leave.
- Listen to your body. Yoga is not a competition, with yourself or anyone else. Be gentle and patient with yourself and mindful of any sensations that arise.
What class is right for me?
- If you’re brand new to yoga, consider our six-week beginners course. This really is accessible to everyone. You’ll learn all the basics and get a well-rounded introduction to yoga so you feel confident to try our other classes.
- If you’ve done a bit of yoga, are coming back to yoga after a break, or prefer a slower, more mindful class, look to the gentle flow sessions. These cater to every level and will get your body moving again.
- If you’ve been practising for a little while and you know your downward facing dog from your cat-cow, our vinyasa flow classes and fusion yoga classes. These are open classes designed to suit all abilities, so beginners are also welcome – it’s not a case of being ultra-flexible or fit to take these classes, but more about knowing how to work to your body’s limits.