Attending in-person classes
Please park in the hall car park or across the road if full.
If you are feeling unwell please let me know before class starts.
Register and pay. Advise me if you are menstruating or other conditions.
Bring your own water bottle . Best practice is not to drink during class but after. In this way we do not disturb the body with digestion.
Please arrive in the clothes you wish to practise in (where possible).
IN THE HALL
Limited capacity – a restricted number of people will be allowed in the hall to begin with. We can increase the numbers over the coming weeks.
Bring your own mat and any equipment you may wish to use. I do have all the equipment available to use but where possible, bring your own. To purchase basic, shoulder stand and restorative kit please visit the shop or purchase from a reputable yoga dealer like Yoga Matters.
Clothing can be hung on the pegs, shoes left at the entrance, phones switched off and stored out of sight.
Bring a warm layer of clothing – windows may remain open during the class to improve air circulation.
One toilet will be open for all .
DURING THE CLASS
You will gather all the props necessary for practice on entering the hall (ideally you will have brought your own) I will move around the room to give individual verbal adjustments.
I hope to make your experience as enjoyable as possible. Please listen to all my instructions and information to ensure everyone remains happy.
Thank you for all your support and I look forward to seeing you on your mat soon.
Before class starts gather yourselves and your kit, make payments, inform of medical conditions. Sit and quieten before practice. Habitual tardiness is disrespectful to students and myself as your teacher please try to be on time.
Please turn all mobile phones off .
Please place all your props at the end of your mat stacked neatly.
When returning props at the end of class please take care to pack neatly and with respect, particularly the blankets which should be folded correctly and stacked uniformly. Additionally we need to clean down anything used.
Questions during class regarding instructions are welcome.
Injuries or medical issues should be discussed before class or briefly when asked at the beginning of class.
Humour is always welcomed.
Wear appropriate clothing that allows free movement. No socks or shoes.
If you can take a shower before practice you will be clean and feel really great…promise!
Please respect your teacher and other students. Have empathy and practice compassion.