What is Yoga?
Yoga is an ancient universal integrated system for educating the body, the mind and the inner spirit. Yoga is not a dogma or a religion. Yoga is the journey of connection. The Sanskrit root of the word Yoga is – “yuj” means “to yoke”, to connect, to find union.
What do I wear?
Wear loose comfortable clothing you can move in without restriction; most people wear track pants, shorts and a t-shirt.
What do I need to bring?
A Yoga mat (if you have one); these can be hired for $1. (we do not have eftpos)
A warm piece of clothing to put on for the relaxation at the end of the Yoga class.
Which class is best if I am new to Yoga?
Most of the Beginner classes are appropriate for those new to yoga. However if you have any pre-existing medical conditions or any questions at all please call us on 0223503891 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your individual needs/queries.
Do I have to book to attend a Yoga class?
No. Check our Yoga class timetable and decide which class you would like to attend. Arrive 10 to 15 minutes before start time to allow enough time to organise payment of your class or term fee with your Yoga Teacher, and to settle yourself on your mat before the class begins.
What does my term fee cover?
Once you pay your 12-week term fee you can attend as many classes (day or night) as you wish during that term.
I’ve been to several Beginner Classes, is it okay to attend a General level class?
You are welcome to try any class. You may find it advantageous however to stay with the Beginner Classes until you become familiar with as many asanas (postures) as possible.
Is the centre open on Public Holidays?
The centre may is generally closed on Public Holidays, and for a period over the Xmas New Year break -mid December to mid January. There will be some classes running this Xmas.NY