What you need to know…
Book into a class that is suitable for you and that is at your level of experience or ability.
Your Yoga class will be a physical workout, so please wear suitable clothing. Most people wear sports gear, or yoga gear, that will allow you to move your body easily and without restriction. Please don’t wear jeans and make sure that your t-shirt or top is not too baggy, otherwise it will just get the way.
Our rooms are very warm, but not hot. So you will be comfortable in sports gear, there is no need to wear a bikini.
Yoga is practised in bare feet on a yoga mat.
We provide yoga mats for your convenience. However, if you decide to continue your yoga practice for some months or even years, then it is advisable to purchase your own mat. There are many choices of mats from those made from natural materials to rubber ones. Ask you teacher if you need advice. If you do have your own mat, please bring it to your class, it is more hygienic for you.
Take responsibility for yourself and your body during your yoga class.
If you have an injury or medical condition, please let your teacher know.
Respect your body, Do not force, Do not push to the point of pain.
Yoga should not cause pain; it is up to you to ease back or to come out of a posture if it is uncomfortable for you. Talk to your teacher before or after your class for advice.
Your teacher will instruct and lead your yoga class from the top of the room. If you are new to your class, or hard of hearing, please place yourself near the teacher for your yoga practise.
Book a yoga class through our schedule and online booking system.Book your place
May 2019 – Yoga for Kids Teacher Training with Cayetana Rodenas from Yoga&Kids
Time: Fri 1pm - Sunday 6pm
3 - day course, mainly practical with some theory, in which you will experience how to be a kid again and connect with your inner child