Frequently asked questions...
Do I have to be flexible to do yoga?
Do I have to be skinny to do yoga?
Is yoga only for women?
Can I do yoga if I have a history of injuries, or other physical issues?
Almost certainly. Get in touch for a chat so we can work out the best options for you.
...about our classes and workshops
What should I wear?
Something comfortable that you can move easily in, basically. Leggings or jogging bottoms with a t-shirt would be just fine - that's what we'll be wearing! You might also want a hoodie or cardigan to make sure you stay warm, although for studio classes and workshops we do provide snuggly blankets too. We practice barefoot, but you can bring socks to wear during warm up and relaxation.
What should I bring?
A refillable water bottle is your friend! And if you have long hair, you might like to bring a hair tie for poses where your hair might otherwise fall over your face.
For studio classes and workshops, mats and other equipment are provided, but if you have your own mat then feel free to bring it. For yoga in the park, you'll need to bring your own mat/towel/sarong to put between you and the grass! And don't forget your sunscreen!
Should I eat beforehand?
We don't recommend eating directly beforehand - try to leave at least an hour between eating and starting the class or workshop, but please do make sure you're hydrated and fed in general! For longer workshop sessions we'll usually have some healthy snacks and chocolate floating around afterwards, but for standard classes and yoga in the park, you might want to bring a snack to have on your way home. We like Naked bars, ourselves!