Please read through some of the FAQ's before visiting

 

Below are a few of the frequently asked questions that students ask.

We trust that many of these wll cover your areas of concern and make you feel more comfortable about joining a class.

I am new to your yoga.  Where do I start?

 

We have classes to suit all levels of yoga, including Beginners.  

 

Modifications will be offered for all levels; use the modifications given to start with to ensure you don’t ‘overdo’ it with your first class.

 

 

 

Where can I put my belongings?
 

Please remove your shoes upon entering our space, there is ample space to hang jackets and to store your belongings and shoes. 

 

 

What should I wear …and is there somewhere I can change?
 

Wear clothing that is breathable, flexible, comfortable and nonbinding. There is a room for you to change in.

 

 

 

I am not flexible…can I still do yoga?
 

This is a common myth about yoga. It may seem like a silly question to some, but for many of our new students, this is very valid. As a matter of fact, if you have tight muscles, yoga is just the thing to loosen you up! The point of yoga is not to show off how flexible you are, but rather to become more flexible over time while enjoying yoga’s many other health benefits. Many athletes are now realizing the importance of  balancing their activities with stretching, including professional Hockey Players, Golfers, Dancers, Runners etc.  Yoga is absolutely noncompetitive, so no worries there! Break through your current limitations….you won’t only achieve a higher degree of flexibility, but you will also develop a deeper body awareness and so much more!  Relax, have a little fun and enjoy!

 

 

 

How many times a week should I practice yoga?
 

Yoga is amazing….even if you only practice for one hour a week, you will experience the benefits of the practice. If you can do more than that, you will certainly experience more benefits. Simply do what you can. Chances are, you will likely find that after awhile your desire to practice expands naturally and you will find yourself practicing more and more.

 

 

 

I have heard that yoga is spiritual….do I have to be religious to practice yoga?
 

Yoga can be a very spiritual practice for many different people; however, yoga is not a religion, it is a philosophy that began in India an estimated 5,000 years ago. There are people with all different religious/non religious beliefs who practice yoga, all over the world. It is also not necessary to surrender your own religious beliefs to practice yoga. No matter what your beliefs are you can practice yoga - it is universal….just another positive and amazing fact about yoga!!

 

 

 

What forms of payment do you take?
 

You can pay by cash or direct into the bank account. (Email for details)

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