Studio based classes resume June 14. See the NEW Winter timetable below
CHOOSING THE RIGHT CLASS FOR YOU
WINTER TIMETABLE (NEW)
** This timetable commences – Sunday, June 14**
Designed for the absolute beginner, these classes need no previous experience. Here you will learn the basic shape of poses and personal posture with introduction to breathing.
For those students with some yoga experience. These classes have a focus on developing strength and creating flexibility, whilst starting to develop some understanding of the poses.
For those students who have been attending class for some time and who wish to deepen their yoga practice. Building on strength, flexibility and introducing inversions and active backbends.
Level 2 classes are for experienced students looking to make yoga part of a lifestyle choice.
Suitable for over 55's or people with injuries or health issues. This class is conducted at a slower pace with a strong focus on attention to detail and alignment. These classes are only available by appointment.
Do I need any special equipment?
All equipment is provided at the studio, however as you progress with your yoga, you may like to purchase your own gear at some stage.
What do I wear to my first class?
Choose comfortable clothing that allows you to move freely and without concern for any wardrobe malfunctions. Please remember to remove your shoes before entering the studio. Yoga is done in bare feet.
How do I pay for classes ?
How will I know which class to attend ?
Read through the class level descriptions (above) and if you’re still unsure, contact Marise.
Is there a yoga etiquette that I need to know ?
Be sure to arrive no more than 5 minutes before class. There may be a class taking place before yours, so please take care not to disturb.
Can I eat before class... and shall I bring my water bottle ?
Light meals only before class to avoid discomfort during poses. Please do not bring water bottles or consume water during class.
By working together we can maintain a healthy environment as we continue to do our best to stay well.
Proactive precautions in class
As the situation surrounding Covid-19 continues to unfold, we’ve decided to take a proactive approach to looking after each other in the studio. Part of being proactive is the addition of new guidelines for class etiquette, which we encourage everyone to follow:
- Please do not come to yoga if you are unwell
- BYO yoga mat is strongly recommended
- Please wash your hands before handling any yoga equipment
- Please make use of the handy towels to put down onto bolsters and blankets when you use them (alternatively bring your own hand towel)
- At the end of each class, please wipe down any studio mats you have used, using the cleaner provided.
- If you do need to blow your nose during class (due to hayfever etc), please bring your own wipes to use before handling any of the yoga equipment.
The studio will maintain a high standard of cleanliness with all wash basins and handrails washed down between each class and extra attention to cupboard and door handles in the Mathesons Bay studio.