A list of some of the more frequently asked questions.

If there's something that you're wondering and it's not listed below, then please use the contact page to send me a message and I'll get back to you as soon as I can.

Can anyone join your classes?

YES! everyone can come to class. I teach all levels with variations for beginners and for those who want to elevate and deepen their practice. 

WHAT ARE THE CLASSES LIKE?

The nature of the classes are a mixture of vinyasa and dynamic. This means they are strong, positively challenging, explorative and constantly moving. Breathing is also a big focus to help aid us through the session. All the classes are done to some great beats.

How long do your classes last?

The classes last a minimum of 1hr and a maximum of 1hr 30mins. Workshops are 2-3hrs.

What do I need to bring?

Mats are usually provided at all studios. Water and a towel will be useful. If hygiene is a thing then buying a yoga towel can be a benefit, it also helps to stop your palms from sliding.

WHAT IF I CAN'T DO SOME OF THE MOVES IN YOUR CLASS?

It's more about coming with an open mind and listening to the verbal directions. It's takes time to build an understanding physically and mentally of the poses but the more you let go of the preconceptions, the more you will enjoy the journey. Physical adjusts are also given to aid you further and safely. 

 

 

DO YOU TEACH PRIVATE CLASSES?

Yes I do! It's a great way to get a deeper knowledge of yoga and be more specific to you and your needs. They can be super fun and at home with friends. 

Corporate classes are designed for pre and post work to re-energise and shift any desk like physical habits we get - like opening them shoulders and getting into the lower back.

I also love doing events - festivals, hen do's and parties.

How long will it take for me to progress with yoga?

A tricky question, as it really depends on how you are in that particular moment. The more time you spend on the mat, the more the poses, recognising the verbal cues and the feel of practicing will settle into the body. Each time is a progression, whether you're a beginner or an advancing student.
 

WHAT IF I HAVE AN INJURy OR I am PREGNANT?

Always let the teacher know of anything occurring in your body, or if you have any concerns that you feel will affect your practice. I'd prefer to know more than nothing at all. 

If you are pregnant and in the 1st trimester I advise waiting until 16 weeks before coming back to class. Also try to go to a specific pregnancy yoga class, so that in an all level class you can still get in a good practice and don't feel lost. It helps the teacher as well so they know you're safe.