Make your comfort and safety a priority. If you are pregnant, or if you struggle to manage stairs / have physical limitations, get advice from someone who is clinically-trained before you make a booking.
Here are some common questions:
My knee (or some other body part) gives me trouble. Is yoga suitable for me?
When it comes to injuries and ailments, I have no idea of what that is like for you. Only you know how you are feeling. I am not medically qualified, so for you to be comfortable and safe, please chat with your doctor or a clinically-trained advisor first. Then, when you come to me for yoga I will do my best for you.
Do you provide mats?
I do not lend out any mats. If you would like to buy an eco mat from me, read more here. Bring your own yoga mat if you wish.
I can’t make every session because of work. Can I come and go on a casual basis?
Courses are designed to impact you a deeper level by attending class once a week. I do not offer ‘drop in’ yoga. You might be able to book ahead for specific dates. Like everyone else you’d need to pay for the term in advance.
Is there a ‘pay as you go’ option?
No, however it is possible to pay for a course in two installments.
If I miss one class because I am unwell can I go another time?
There are no transfers, refunds, or credit given for missed classes.
Some evenings I feel so tired that I couldn’t be arsed getting off the sofa. Can I attend an extra class next term if I miss one ?
It happens. Please see above.
I am a beginner, and I do not want to book a full course. Can I just take one to see how it goes?
You could book a private class, attend a workshop, or win a free class in one of my prize draws if you are lucky. Workshops are an opportunity to explore yoga along with other wellbeing activities with the option to chat and ask questions. Read more here.
If a course is fully-booked, how do I join the waiting list?
Please check the ‘find a yoga class‘ page every week to see if there have been cancellations. You can also sign up for my newsletter on the front page to get a reminder of options for next term.