Start of classes
You are welcome to the studio 20 minutes before each class. In order to ensure a quiet start of the class, you are kindly asked to be present at least 10 minutes before the class commences. Latecomers will not be admitted after the class starts.
What to bring
Yoga mats and blankets are provided, but you can also bring your own mat.
What to wear
Wear clean and comfortable clothes in which you can easily move, preferably made of natural fibers. Practice yoga barefoot and remove jewellery and watches.
Eating and Yoga
To avoid poor digestion, it’s highly recommended not to eat 2 hours prior to your yoga practice. If you are very hungry, have something light, such as (dried) fruit.
Please state physical complaints or other restrictions (eg recent surgery, knee, neck, back problems or high blood pressure) before the start of the first lesson. When in doubt, consultation with a physician or practitioner is desirable.
Listen to your body
It is your yoga practice and your body. Listen to your body and get to know your own limits – respect yourself. Every body is different. Be patient and don’t push yourself too hard. Keep focusing on the essence of yoga practice: breathing and awareness.
“The most important pieces of equipment you need for doing yoga are your body and your mind.” – Rodney Yee