FAQ

Do I need my own mat?
We encourage you to bring your own mat, however we supply a few in each class. Mats are available for purchase on request.

What should I wear?
Comfortable, flexible sports wear that is relatively body hugging to see your body alignment.

How do I attend classes?
Class attendance can be on a term or on casual basis. Your will be enrolling to a specific class when you are enrolled for the term unless otherwise notified. Casual classes are more expensive than signing up for a term.

How do I enroll in class?
Please fill in the online registration form. We will email you with payment details. Please note: your spot in the class will be confirmed upon payment.

Do you have student or unemployed discounts?
Yes, based on current certification being sighted.

Are casual spots available in all classes?
Class spaces are limited. We will have a couple of mats available for casual places, available on a first come basis. Pre-booking is recommended.

How long are the classes?
Please check the timetable or call/text to confirm.

Do I have to be flexible?
Not at all! Flexibility will come with a regular yoga practice.

I don’t think I have the right body type for yoga.
Yoga is not about your body shape or youth. If you can breathe you can do yoga.

Do I need to have done yoga before?
Not for our beginners classes.

What type of yoga do you teach?
Our Hatha and Hatha Vinyasa yoga classes are designed to meet the needs of students in integrating the practice into their daily lives. Anita has been extensively trained and is committed to continuing education for personal and teaching development.

What is the structure of your class?
Classes start with a 5-10 minutes settling in and warm up, where students are guided to bring themselves into the present moment through the observation of one’s breath. The practice continues with asana (physical postures) and by inviting the breath as a guide and a means of moving oneself inward. Each class is planned for a well-rounded practice with asana (physical Postures) and pranayama (breathing practice). The end of each class is devoted to savasana (relaxation pose) to bring a deep sense of relaxation and inward peace. Savasana or ‘corpse’ pose is the final resting posture in a yoga session.

What is vinyasa?
Vinyasa means “breath-synchronized movement” where you move from one pose to the next on an inhale or an exhale. This technique is sometimes also called Vinyasa Flow, because of the smooth way that the poses run together and become dance-like.

Can I eat before class?
A light meal (fruits/veggies) is okay ½ – 1 hour prior to class. No heavy meals for 2-3 hours prior to class. Heavy food reduces energy levels, affects your strength, stamina and your ability to concentrate. Stay well hydrated.

Are there any age restrictions for yoga?
No, however a few health factors can affect how you practice. Modifications are offered for poses to suit all ages, fitness abilities and any specific physical needs.

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