A person who never made a mistake, never tried anything new. - Albert Einstein
HOW TO APPROACH YOUR YOGA CLASS
Each class has a focused development, but the body is always holistically addressed in any class. ALL CLASSES will have variations for all levels of fitness, flexibility and strength.
Come a few minutes earlier in order to get settled.
Classes will start strictly on time. If you are a little late, enter quietly, and settle into the resting posture before starting. Take a couple of deep breaths, don’t just jump into postures if they have started, rather centre for a few minutes and then start with a new sequence once you are ready.
Please remove your shoes before entering the class space.
Switch off your cellphone. Don’t put them on silent, switch them off or remove them from the classroom.
Please bring your own yoga mat (if you need to arrange a mat while you determine whether you like yoga as a regular practice, please let me know).
Classes are presented in a general manner; at all times pay attention to your body and don’t strain or force anything.
Your yoga practice is a personal and non-competitive practice. Do the class for yourself and refrain from engaging your fellow students in mindless chatter.
MEET OUR TEACHERS HERE - Read more about their teaching style and see where they spend their time teaching. Yoga instructors usually teach at several locations and have frequently changing schedules.
THE SCHEDULE DISPLAYED IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE