Answering those
little questions

What to bring
with you

All mats, blocks, belts, blankets and good vibes are provided at the class. You are very welcome to bring any of your own personal kit to the class, whatever you need to ensure you get the optimum benefit from your practice.

When it comes to clothing, less is more for achieving postures and ensuring alignment. A vest and shorts is the best yoga attire for active classes however this is not always practical in the UK climate, so layers are a great idea.

For restorative yoga classes, the snugger the better – get cosy and get comfortable.

Being barefoot also enables direct contact with the mat, establishing a secure base for postures.

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Class etiquette

Don’t get the wrong impression, yoga isn’t full of rules and regulations that are enforced by the yoga police. There are, however, some common considerations to be mindful of that ensure a peaceful and beneficial practice to all class attendees including yourself.

Shoes are for the outside
Arrive early
Turn off your tech
Be aware of your space
Embrace the quiet
Honour your own limits