Basic Information You Need Before Starting a Yoga Practice

You will need your own mat (proper sticky yoga mat), a warm blanket and soft blocks. I can provide some of these if you have trouble finding them – see my SHOP WINDOW

To get the most from the classes it’s best if you arrive 10 minutes before the class begins. Arriving late not only means that you won’t get the best from your class but is disruptive to the other students. I always lock the door when the class starts so that we are safe and warm and will not be disturbed.

Leave 2 hours after a meal and 1 hour after a snack before practising yoga

Wear comfy, stretchy clothing – not too loose so that it flops in your face when bending

If you are unsure about a health issue, talk to your doctor before doing any yoga

Never practice under the influence of alcohol

If you are pregnant some of the exercises I offer are not suitable – find ‘Yoga for Pregancy’ classes

If you are ill or just not feeling at your best inform me at the start of the class

If a position is uncomfortable for you DO NOT DO IT

Bare feet are best for grip and it’s safest to practice on a sticky mat

Proceed into postures slowly and carefully

Never force or strain to get into a position – feel as though you are releasing into a pose and holding it comfortably

Keep your awareness on what you are doing at all times – this is how you train your mind

Follow the instructions as closely as possible

If you ever experience pain please let me know

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