"Be the change you wish to see in the world" - Mahatma Gandhi
Facts & FAQs
Q: What type of yoga do you teach?
I follow the principles of Hatha yoga and my classes consist of asana (postures), pranayama (breathwork), short meditation and relaxation. Hatha is a gentle yoga which uses the breath with the movement, holding postures to slowly ease the body into the pose.
Q: What should I bring?
You should bring a yoga mat (which you can buy in most sports shops and many High Street department stores), a blanket and maybe a small cushion.
Q: What should I wear?
You can wear what you want so long as it is loose and comfortable and won't restrict your movement in any way. We practice in our bare feet so no need for expensive trainers or gym gear.
Q: Does what I eat affect my yoga practice?
A healthy diet is always recommended but I stronly suggest practicing on an empty stomach so no heavy meals for at least two hours before a class.
Q: I am not fit so will this mean I can't do yoga?
I always hear, "I'm not flexible so I can't do yoga". My response is that you are not flexible because you don't do yoga. Yoga is open to all, regardless of fitness, age or gender. Each posture is adapted to suit you but at the end of the day you are responsible for your own body so work within your limits and listen to what your body is telling you. And its more than just a series of body shapes. Yoga can change your whole outlook on life through time and help you relax in general. So you can practice yoga...