What equipment do I need to bring to classes?
My studio is fully-equipped so you do not need to bring any equipment with you unless you wish if you have a lesson there.
At my drop-in class I bring a small selection of yoga mats, blocks and belts to each class. If you attend regularly, you will probably prefer to buy your own mat. It’s advisable to bring along a sweater or light blanket for use during the period of relaxation.
What should I wear for classes?
Comfortable clothing and be prepared to work bare-footed whilst working on the non-slip yoga mat. Socks with grippy soles are widely available to buy if you find your feet get cold.
What if I have health issues?
I will ask all new students to let me know whether they have medical conditions I should be aware of, and I will advise them of precautions and modifications they should take during their yoga practice.
I am not a qualified health practitioner of any discipline, so if you have health issues which may affect your ability to practice yoga safely, please take advice from your doctor before you start.
Regular students will be asked to complete a short medical questionnaire, which will be stored confidentially in accordance with data protection regulations.
What qualifications do you have to teach yoga?
I’m trained and insured by the British Wheel of Yoga, and undertake continuing professional development with them, as well as attending other yoga events which widen and deepen my knowledge of yoga.