Choose a class time that suits you.
Try to find a time that you can make each week. Find a class you enjoy and try to come regularly to the same teacher. This way you'll gain familiarity with the movements and ways of practicing and the teacher can help you along the way.
Where a class says you can 'drop-in' on the class timetable, you can simply turn up, no need to book. Turn up and pay on the day. You are welcome to contact the teacher with queries first if you prefer.
All of our classes are suitable for everyone, no matter what your level of fitness and mobility, experience or shape..
Simply let the teacher know if you are a beginner and about any health issues or injuries before the class starts. All our classes are small so we can ensure you get the instruction you need to get started enjoyably and safely. We will add layers of instruction, technique and challenge when you feel ready and you are always encouraged to work at your own pace or rest whenever you like.
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Do I need to book?
If a class says 'drop-in' on the class timetable, you can simply turn up without booking. Some classes require a term booking so aren't available for attending as a drop-in.
What can I wear?
Wear comfortable clothing that allows you to move easily. No special kit needed. Yoga mats and blocks are provided freely.
When should I arrive?
Please aim to arrive 10 minutes before the start of the yoga class, especially if it is your first one. For newcomers there is a quick health form to fill in.
I'm a beginner to yoga, is that okay?
Yes, we teach in small friendly groups and beginners are welcome to start at any time. Please try to come 10 mins prior to the class starting and let the teacher know you are new to Yoga and have a quick chat and give you a few pointers to help you enjoy your yoga practice.
How should I pay?
You can pay on the day via cash or cheque, or bank transfer in advance. Sorry we don't take credit cards. You can pay the teacher directly.
What if I have an injury or health issue?
If you have any health concerns or injuries yoga can be very helpful when carefully practiced. Sometimes modification of the practices is required to ensure it is safe. All of our teachers are experienced at working with a wide range of health issues.
If your unsure, please chat to the yoga teacher in advance of coming, simply click on the teachers name to get a link to their contact info. We pride ourselves on our therapeutic application of yoga for all and would welcome you into a group class or into a 121 lesson so we can get you moving safely and effectively. Occasionally a group class isn't an ideal starting point and we may discuss private lessons initially.
Can I make up missed classes that I've paid for?
Yes, you can exchange up to 2 classes during your term and come along to another teachers' class at another time. Please arrange this through your primary teacher.
Most classes have space for you to make up a missed class but not all. Missed classes must be made up in the same term, you could do 2 classes in one week to help make up the missed one., Sorry we can't carry over missed classes to the next term.
Do I need a yoga mat?
We provide yoga mats and blocks free at the studio. You are welcome to bring your own if you prefer.
Do you have space to get changed?
You are welcome to change in the loos or there is a small annex room you can use too.
We have space to bring your valuables into the studio with you. Please turn off all phones (no sound and not on vibrate). Any belongings left in the foyer are left at your own risk. If you do leave anything at the studio, please let us know within a month so that we can hold on to it for you. We donate unclaimed items to charity each month.
Where can I park my car?
Bishopston has a small car park for 5 cars and easy on-street parking in surrounding streets.
Where can I park my bike?
We have plenty of bike parking at the studio and love cyclists!
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