You don't have to be flexible to practice yoga...

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Frequently asked questions

You don't have to be flexible to practice yoga...

Is yoga suitable for me? 

The adults yoga class is focussed on stress relief and is suitable for both men and women of all ages and levels (including beginners) and pregnancy (after 3 months).    

For hen parties and schools the classes is focussed on having fun or can be tailored to you individuals needs. 

What do i need to bring? 

  • Water 
  • Exercise mat. (contact me if you need a mat)
  • Blanket and cushion (optional)
  • Scarf or belt (optional)

Please wear comfortable clothing. Avoid eating a couple of hours before the class or eat lightly if you need to.

What type of yoga do you teach? 

Integral Hatha yoga.  

Can you give me an idea of what the class will be like? 

Yes here is a video sample of an evening class.  Hen party groups are very different, a video is coming soon. 

Do i have to be flexible to practice Yoga? 

My moto is: You don't have to be flexible to practice yoga!  Yoga will improve your flexibility and help you go beyond your normal range of movement, which may make performing your daily activities easier.

Am I too old for Yoga or Pilates?

Definitely not.  I have people up to the age of 70 in my class. 

What can I do if i can't make every week?

You can attend as a drop in.  If you know the weeks you can make I can hold a space for you. If not, then text me that week to check for spaces at

What is the difference between Pilates and Yoga? 

Yoga classes offers balance, flexibility endurance, strength, spirituality, and  physical movement. Classes are gentle and nourishing.

 If you like to move and you’re a go-with-the-flow kind of person, yoga might just be your ticket.

Pilates classes focus on core strength, muscle toning, body control, and some flexibility. If you like a more structured workout without the cardio component, chanting or OMing this could be the workout for you.

What type of mat should I use?

For Yoga a sticky mat (4mm+) is best and Pilates a thicker pilates mat (10mm+ thick). However, if you have any knee or back issues you may prefer the thicker Pilates mat as it is more comfortable. 

Can't afford the classes?

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