FAQ

We believe that the potential to achieve desired health and wellness goals lies within everyone.

Absolutely not. This is why you come to yoga class so you can become more flexible and strong as you continue to practice yoga.

Bring water to stay hydrated, a yoga mat if you have one and a small towel. We have mats available as well if you do not have one. For Yin yoga, also bring a small towel to cover the bolster and a small blanket as well.

Yes, all props such as blocks of various sizes, straps, bolsters, and chairs are provided at this studio.

Make sure you hydrate well during the day but don’t drink a lot of water too close to class time as it may mean leaving the class midway to use the toilet. It is recommended not to eat 3 hours before a yoga class.

If you are currently injured, a yoga class may not be the best option for you now. However, if you have been recovering from an injury for a while, yoga has many benefits helping you achieve strength and flexibility in a balanced way for your body. Please make sure to talk to your doctor or physiotherapist to ensure it is suitable for you to come to class.

If you are pregnant or think you might be pregnant, the yoga classes at this studio are not suitable for you. However, yoga has many benefits during pregnancy so please contact the studio and I will be more than happy to refer you to a suitably trained yoga teacher to look after your needs.

Anyone over the age of 18 and in good health can practise trapeze yoga. However, there are a few contraindications that will prevent you from doing inverted yoga which are pregnancy, high blood pressure, glaucoma, heart disease and people with stage 2+ herniated discs. .

Yes, there is ample parking available. We are in the countryside, so it’s free!!