frequently asked questions

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I am not flexible – can I still do yoga?


You don’t need to be able to touch your toes to do yoga! The fact that you may not be able to is a good reason to start.
You are your own best teacher when it comes to the practice, so I encourage you to always listen to your body, work around your own abilities and not beyond them and try not to worry too much about what the person next to you is doing.
Our bodies are all so uniquely different and this class is a space for you to be able to explore and accept where you are.

I have not done yoga before - are your classes suitable?


Yes of course. Don’t worry at all about being new to the practice – what an exciting place to be!
As this class is slow moving, it allows you to the opportunity to adjust the pose to your requirements, helping to prevent any discomfort or injury. You will be given options and adaptations that are most suited for your ability at this time.

What should I bring?

Just bring yourself and your mat and wear what is most comfortable for you to move around in. I do encourage you to bring your own mat however should you need one to start off with, there are mats available. All other props that will be needed for the class will be provided. Of course, if you have your own you would like to use, please do so.

How do I book a class?

If you feel ready to take the journey into the practice of yoga with me, then head over here to purchase your class pass and get booking! Once you have made your purchase, you will be sent an email with a unique code to use against your class booking.

What if the class I am wanting to book is full?

If you are attempting to book a class that has no spaces left, please contact me to be added to the waiting list and I will contact you should a place become available. Cancellations do happen so it is always worth being added to the waiting list for the chance to practice.

I look forward to welcoming you to class soon.

Becs x