Contact & FAQs
Along with the benefit of creating a stronger, more flexible physical body, a regular yoga practice can also help to enhance your breath awareness and bring harmony to the mind and body. Yoga can be used in daily life and help reduce distractions and increase focus and energy.
Many people come to yoga simply to get a good stretch or become fitter – which in itself is wonderful! But many people find that as their journey continues the more subtle benefits come into play. Every time you come to practice you’ll notice something new. That’s the beauty of yoga – every moment on the mat is a new beginning.
Most classes are available for drop-in, with the exception of our Yoga for Beginners, Baby Massage & Hypnobirthing courses which must be booked and paid for in advance. However, we do recommend that you contact us before your first class to ensure your place and discuss any needs you may have.
We have a small supply of mats, so please bring your own if you can. It is nicer to use your own if you are practising regularly. We do offer mats for sale at discounted rates – please contact us for details.
Yoga on a full stomach can be uncomfortable, so your last meal should preferably be around 2 hours before the start of class. (This does not apply to Pregnancy Yoga Classes)
Anything that is comfortable and does not restrict movement or breathing. Yoga is practised barefoot, so please leave shoes in the reception area or by the door to the room.
If you are pregnant and would like to join our beginners or mixed ability classes, please contact us before your first class. If you are a regular student and become pregnant, please advise the teacher as soon as possible for advice on continuing your practice or attending our Pregnancy Yoga class. Yoga is safe to practice from 12 weeks onwards, however we suggest you check with your doctor before starting / continuing your practice.
Please also advise the teacher if you have any injuries or illnesses, or have recently had a baby or an operation.
We recommend all students to practise consciously – slowly and gently, without strain, adjusting day to day according to energy levels and not being concerned at all with what you can or cannot do. It is important to work at your own pace and not attempt any comparisons with your fellow students.