Your yoga questions answered

No, we understand life is busy for people and whenever you can make it to a class is a blessing. If it is the first time at the studio, we will ask you to fill out a quick form. Just arrive 10 minutes early to give yourself time to meet the instructor, sign in, set your mat up and settle before the class begins.

If you have your own mat, then bring it along. If not, don’t worry, we have mats and all props at the studio for you to use, so simply come along with a bottle of water and a smile.

You can purchase online before you come to class, or bring cash or card to the studio with you.

All our classes are smaller than you will find in a gym, so the instructor will be able to help you. We give plenty of options throughout the classes for different levels. Remember, everyone in the class, including the instructor was a beginner once. So pick the time and teacher that appeals to you and come along.

Absolutely. That is like saying I can’t run a marathon, can I go for a walk around the block? Yoga helps to improve your flexibility, you don’t start with it and it will help assist you to find balance between flexibility and strength in your body. Think of yoga class as training for your muscles and mind to become more flexible and strong.

Our intention is to provide a calm environment for all those that come to class. We have no hard rule, but ask that you respect the other students in the room and know that the instructors may talk about “adult” concepts while teaching. If you accompany your teenager, we suggest you do a trial class and if the teacher feels your child benefited and caused no interruption to other students, we are happy for you to continue coming along.

This can only answered by you. Everybody is different, so the best way to know, is to come try both. With an intro pass, you can do 10 days of classes for $25, giving you a great opportunity to try a few different ones and choose which you like the most to continue with. Yoga and Pilates compliment each other very well, so it doesn’t have to be one or the other, you are allowed to do both. Doing Pilates will strengthen your yoga practice. Doing yoga will help you move easier in Pilates. Win. Win.